Like many baby boomers, commentator Gary Borders can vividly recall the moment he learned that President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated. He adds his recollection through the eyes of a third grader in Allenstown, New Hampshire.
Managed timberland pine forests surround Lake Erling and its 120 miles of shoreline.
International Paper has donated its Lake Erling property in South Arkansas' Lafayette County to the Shreveport-based AGRED Foundation. It stands for American Gamebird Research Education and Development. Eric Fletcher, AGRED Foundation director, said this donation – 7,600 acres in all – will ensure that Lake Erling is maintained to the high standards set by International Paper for the past 57 years.
Commentator Brian O'Nuanain is in high spirits. Even though he's not buying into the marketing one-upmanship in the naming of beer and wine brands he wonders when did these names cross the line of decency?