Don’t anyone tell Bob that Bruce Willis’ character is already dead

The long cold snap we’ve survived has been an invitation to renew my acquaintance with an old friend. I can remember the days when this friend would send me to my mailbox two or three times a week, eagerly anticipating what was coming in red and white packages.

The Great Equalizer: The Internet Says Come Visit NH

The Internet has made it possible for small, isolated properties to compete with the New Yorks and Disney Worlds in promoting themselves. Previously, a small region in northern New Hampshire could not possibly approach the promotional impact of mega-travel destinations.

Jan. 28 Declared Christa McAuliffe Day in NH; Journalist Roger Wood Remembers

Roger Wood recalls: “On Jan. 27, 1986, I sat in a motel room in Florida watching the New England Patriots get trounced 45 to 3 by the Chicago Bears in their first Superbowl Appearance. After the lopsided loss, I said to the other reporters, ‘At least tomorrow will be a great day for New England.’”

A Plethora of Beds and Babies: Happy B’day Mother Lillard, 97

And in one of those moments where I wonder what I have to complain about, I think of the story Julia tells of when her mom went in to the base hospital to birth her youngest. Only days after, Mrs. Lillard had to pack up and move to the next base as her husband was going back to Vietnam. Six children, a day-old baby, moving house and a husband off to Vietnam.

Red Cross Helped Executive Get Job at Save the Children After Forcing Him Out For Sexual Harassment

When Save the Children hired Gerald Anderson in 2013, the global charity believed it was hiring a veteran humanitarian executive with a sterling resume. Anderson had spent more than 15 years working around the world for the American Red Cross, rising through the ranks to lead the group’s massive relief effort after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. After that, the Red Cross made him head of its half-billion-dollar response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake.