Musical Theatre in Kigali in

Musical Theatre in Kigali in
Musical Theatre in Kigali in
Musical Theatre in Kigali in 2015. / Via Shashi Tharoor

1. The Ganges

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In a way, the river Ganges and its connection to its place as the first major American city of its kind is very, very special, because it’s a huge ecological and cultural part of the country.
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In 1790, the James G. Cobb Expedition and its companion, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, carried with them 17,000 loggers and ship builders. The expedition — which included John Adams, Samuel Johnson, and James Madison — came to see the effects of the Ganges in more than 80 ways. Many of them were quite scientific and scientific in nature — a bit like “nature in motion.”

In one of this week’s appearances on PBS’s The Nature of Things (3 p.m.), host Amy Chozick