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Texas Grand Jury: No Bill for Russell King, who Shot a State Trooper

Myra and Russell King of Haslet, Texas U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- On April 23, 2021, at about 2:15 p.m., Russell and Myra King, a married couple, were driving to their home in Haslet, Texas. Haslet is a small community on the North edge of Tarrant County, part of the Fort Worth-Dallas metroplex.  It had been cloudy with showers all day, but the sun peeked from behind the clouds in the afternoon of the 23rd. According to reports on nbcdfw.com, which includes video, Russell noticed two pickup tru...
Tags: Texas, Guns, Department Of Defense, Walmart, Arizona, Kings, Police Shooting, Fort Worth, King, Tarrant County, Texas Department of Public Safety, Wallace, Russell, DPS, Department of Public Safety, MedStar


Gulnar Cowasjee Serves Parsi Cuisine at your doorstep in Karachi

If you’re a food enthusiast and crave to try new delicacies, Ghar Se has something unique to offer. Ghar Se is a Karachi-based food service that serves Parsi cuisines at your doorstep. It was launched towards the end of 2020 by Gulnar Cowasjee, a former banker. “My journey began soon after resigning from a local bank,” Gulnar said speaking to Hasan Moosvi at SAMAA Digital. Gulnar wanted to be a beautician but she found her sifting through Parsi recipes after the pandemic turned everything upside...
Tags: London, Life, Pakistan, KARACHI, Parsi, Vidal Sassoon, Myra, Food And Beverage, Patra, Gulnar, Ghar Se, Gulnar Cowasjee, Hasan Moosvi, SAMAA Digital Gulnar, Masala Jinga, Khanni Batta


So Long, I Am Jumping the Shark

Well, this is awkward. I’ve never shied away from including myself in my own stories, but it’s not often that I am my own story. I guess now’s as good a time as any to get real, as I say goodbye to the place I’ve long called home.Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Science, Molly, Disney, Albums, Rebecca, Mario, Brian, Dell, Charles, Sam, Whitney, Alex, Matthew, Gawker Media, Lucas


Warum deine Beckenschmerzen mit der Pandemie zusammenhängen könnten

Dass die Pandemie folgenreiche Auswirkungen auf unsere kollektive Gesundheit gehabt hat, ist wohl niemandem von uns entgangen: Wir haben alle mitbekommen, wie sich die soziale Isolation und wirtschaftliche Unsicherheit auf unsere psychische Gesundheit ausgewirkt hat. Viele Patient:innen mit Long-COVID klagen auch noch Monate nach der Ansteckung mit dem Virus über körperliche Symptome, die ihnen das Leben erschweren. Das sind natürlich nur einige der Effekte von Corona. Wie viele von uns machen s...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Vagina, Dublin, Rosie, Wie, Panik, Rolle, Griff, Gott, Zeit, Bei, Freund, Myra, Hause, Mangel


Call Me Elizabeth Lark

Myra and Herb run a small run-down motel on the Oregon coast, an inn that was owned by Myra’s parents. She’s never wanted to leave. But 20 years ago, her 8 year old daughter Charlotte went missing one night from a beach party where she’d gone with her sister Gwen, 8 years older. Myra never […]
Tags: Books, Oregon, Fiction, Herb, Charlotte, Elizabeth, Gwen, Myra, Mystery/Suspense, Elizabeth Lark


Comment on confetti party cake by Myra

So I was concerned this would be one of those recipes that I wouldn’t like given how the comments were going. Since a lot of people loved it, I decided to give it a go for my daughter’s birthday since it was just us anyway. I made this into a 4 layer 9” cake since the two layers were too thin. I just doubled it again instead of adding a 3rd layer. So the first batch I followed the recipe and for the second batch I did it with the egg yolk (so 1 egg instead of 2 whites). Honestly, you could only ...
Tags: Food, Myra


Downton Abbey's Peter Egan reveals his 'heart is broken' following wife's death

Actor Peter Egan has shared the devastating news that his wife of 49 years, Myra, has died...
Tags: Downton Abbey, Myra, Peter Egan


The 20 best music biopics - ranked!

As the David Bowie biopic Stardust is released, we take a look through the greatest music star portrayals – from Johnny Cash and Billie Holiday to Ian Curtis and Ray CharlesSome inspired casting made this biopic fiercely watchable – and it’s a movie that doesn’t quite conform to either of the genre’s two templates: underdog rise or tragic downfall. Dennis Quaid is the rock’n’roll wild man Jerry Lee Lewis, the insurgent 50s star who married his 13-year-old cousin, Myra, played by Winona Ryder – t...
Tags: Music, Film, US, Culture, David Bowie, Biopics, Alec Baldwin, Lewis, Johnny Cash, Ian Curtis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Winona Ryder, Myra, Dennis Quaid, Jimmy Swaggart, Ray CharlesSome


Photos: Staff photographer Keith Birmingham shares his images of the year 2020

  Brandi Chastain (#6) tears off her uniform top and cheers after scoring the winning shootout goal for the U.S. Women’s World Cup soccer team at the Rose Bowl in 1999. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) USA’s players from left: Jullie Foudy, Joy Fawcett, Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Brandi Chastain are seen during the medal ceremony after the gold medal women’s soccer game between USA and Brazil for the Athens 2004 Olympics at the Karaiskaki stadium in Athens, on Thursday A...
Tags: Health, Google, Business, Japan, Usa, News, Sweden, Education, Washington, Government, China, Germany, America, Atlanta, Sport, Ap


Here's a look back on the historic traditions that inspired modern Christmas celebrations, from Ancient Rome to Scandinavia

Traditional foods and customs are influenced by European countries. Louise Beaumont/Reuters While Christmas is closely associated with the Christian faith and the birth of Jesus, modern-day traditions can also be traced back to rituals and customs from other cultures.  Ancient Rome's Saturnalia celebrations placed an emphasis on sharing food and drinks, spending time with loved ones, and exchanging little gifts during the winter season.  The Germanic-Scandinavian tradition, Yule, was a win...
Tags: Australia, Trends, Rome, New Zealand, Santa Claus, Jesus, Christian, Scandinavia, Santa, Nicholas, Odin, St Nicholas, Myra, Yule, Clement Clarke Moore, Auckland University of TechnologyThis


Chuck Yeager, First Pilot To Break Sound Barrier, Dies At 97

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Tags: News, California, France, America, West Virginia, Nasa, Grass Valley, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Oroville, Air Force, Eagle, Jim Young, Charleston, Sacramento California, Uncle Sam, Army Air Corps


Chuck Yeager, 1st to break sound barrier, dies at 97

By The Associated Press Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Charles “Chuck” Yeager, the World War II fighter pilot ace and quintessential test pilot who showed he had the “right stuff” when in 1947 he became the first person to fly faster than sound, has died. He was 97. Yeager died Monday, his wife, Victoria Yeager, said on his Twitter account. “It is w/ profound sorrow, I must tell you that my life love General Chuck Yeager passed just before 9pm ET. An incredible life well lived, America’s greatest ...
Tags: Science, California, France, Uncategorized, America, West Virginia, Sport, Nasa, Soccer, Obituaries, Air Force, Eagle, Jim Young, Charleston, Northern California, Uncle Sam


October 27 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW October 27 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s October 27 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCook...
Tags: South Korea, TV, London, Movies, Horror, Berlin, Edgar Allan Poe, Digital, America, Park, Britain, TV News, Roy, Kim, Jack, Blu-ray


The House Hunt Decision

This is that time of the year. NO! Not that time when there is this festive cheer in the air and everyone is happy and smiling and cheerful and in the celebration frame of mind. But the time when I go through the annual ritual of looking for a house that's good enough in my opinion and affordable enough in my pocket's opinion and unobtrusive in my friends' opinion and accessible enough in Mumbai traffic's opinion. You would've guessed that the combination is as rare a find as life's purposes are...
Tags: Travel, Money, Life, India, Househunting, Starbucks, Mumbai, Bangalore, Whitefield, SRK, Myra, Malad, Andheri, Bandra, Thane, Koramangala


Thursday Thinkpiece: Going Public–A Survivor’s Journey From Grief to Action

Periodically on Thursdays, we present a significant excerpt, usually from a recently published book or journal article. In every case the proper permissions have been obtained. If you are a publisher who would like to participate in this feature, please let us know via the site’s contact form. Going Public: A Survivor’s Journey from Grief to Action Dr. Julie Macfarlane is a Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Law at the University of Windsor.  She is the author of Going Public: A...
Tags: London, Law, Canada, Paris, North America, Windsor, Bernie, Brady, Gillian, Perry, Ivory Tower, Macfarlane, Myra, Thursday Thinkpiece, Julie Macfarlane, Sean O Neill


Comment on fudgy chocolate sheet cake by Myra

I’m looking for a chocolate cake recipe to use in one of those mold pans for my daughter’s birthday. I’m wondering if certain cakes are more likely to stick no matter the greasing prep…is this one?
Tags: Food, Myra


Granblue Fantasy 2 Djeeta-hen Episode Impression

On this episode, Djeeta's crew starts their Wish Egg trials and meets a little girl named Myra. Later, they face some challenges with Myra's assistance. So this is basically another adventure of geared Djeeta which the first season did. It was just hilarious to see Beatrix being stubborn as ever and causes more unnecessary problems. Also, I liked how Djeeta and her crew became quick friends with Myra. Other than that, there's some cool monster slaying action. Now will there be another Djeeta spe...
Tags: Anime, Myra, Beatrix, Myra Later, Djeeta, Myra Other


How Risk-Taking Can Lead to Success in Business

By Myra Singh “The biggest risk is not taking any risk. In a world that’s changing very quickly, the only strategy that’s guaranteed to fail is not taking risks.” These words of wisdom are from Mark Zuckerberg, chairman and CEO of Facebook, the world’s most popular social media platform. Zuckerberg also ranks among the top 10 richest people on this planet; his net worth is estimated to be nearly $70 billion. No one would have ever heard about this successful entrepreneur had he not taken risks ...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Sales, Zuckerberg, Risk Taking, Myra, Starting A Business, Facebook the world, Your Career, Career Building, Myra Singh, Myra Singh Myra Singh, DMatic Digital Pvt Ltd


How Technology Can Help All Students Become More Grateful

Think back to your time growing up in school. Do you remember being surprised or apprehensive about differences between yourself and other students in terms of race, class, gender, age, ability, or popularity? Or perhaps you recall being intimidated about communicating with teachers, administrators, counselors? Such differences in social identity—which sometimes involve differences in social power—can make a young person feel different, stressed, and uncertain about their sense of belonging. T...
Tags: Parenting, Lgbtq, Maria, Richmond, Oakland California, Diaz, Luis, Greater Good Science Center, Greater Good, Journal of Positive Psychology, Rummel, Hector, Myra, Stephanie Jones, Lyubomirsky, SEL


Three Saints for Advent

St. Barbara The feast of St. Barbara on December 4 may seem to have no apparent connection with Advent other than the date; but it does connect, as you will see. She is especially important to our chil­dren, and they consider it “de rigueur” to salute her on her feast day since she is the patroness of those who call for protection against lightning and electrical storms. She was the daughter of a pagan who placed her in a tower surrounded by marvelous gardens, and sent philosophers, po...
Tags: Asia, Religion, Turkey, Santa Claus, Holland, Jesus, God, Syracuse, Christ, Lucy, Sicily, Jesus Christ, Nicholas, St Nicholas, Myra, St Lucy


X Marks the Story – First Half 2019

In times of trouble, people often reach for sources of strength. For me, in this moment, I reach for stories that inspire. Not by ignoring the corruption that infects our world, but by imagining ways to push back, to fight, to burn brighter in the face of the snuffling winds and suffocating atmosphere. The stories I’ve enjoyed most from the first half of 2019 are those that find love thriving in difficult terrains. That show characters reaching past hurt to show kindness, but also to stand for w...
Tags: Books, Ocean, John, Connor, SFF, Kamala, Myra, Yon, John Wood, John Chu, Charles Payseur, X Marks The Story, Miraya, Dadu, Jaymee Goh, Phoenix Fox Tell


A homeless protest at the public library fuels Emilio Estevez’s new ensemble film

As a kid, Emilio Estevez says his parents often dropped him off at the library for hours at a time. “They could drop me off and not worry that I was going to get into any trouble,” the multi-hyphenate filmmaker says. “It was a place that really stoked my curiosity. It was a place you could get lost in the stacks.” Many years later, and nearly two decades after Estevez’ 1985 breakout role in “The Breakfast Club” – a movie in which he ends up ordered to detention in a high school library because h...
Tags: Gabrielle Union, Movies, La, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Salt Lake City, Jackson, Alec Baldwin, Joan, Jeffrey Wright, Anderson, Stuart


You Know Madeleine McCann. These Missing Girls Of Color Are Cold Cases, Too.

Three-year-old Madeleine McCann disappeared on May 3, 2007 from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal. Her story became an international sensation. What had become of the angelic, little, blonde British girl? Had she been murdered by her parents? Abducted and sold into a pedophilia ring?It's been 10 year's and Madeleine's story still captures headlines. In March 2019, she was the subject of the Australian podcast Maddie, and a Netflix series called The Disappearance of Madeline McCann. ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Washington, Mexico, Fbi, Netflix, Madeleine McCann, Camden, Gwen Ifill, Maria, Maddie, Bernie Sanders, Sofia, Madeleine, Madison County Sheriff s Office, Sommers


Comment on chocolate puddle cakes by Myra

I’m guessing it’s the question on baking chips. The link didn’t work for me but thanks for the answer! For some reason that registered as something different than what I was asking (sleep deprived new mom mush brain).
Tags: Food, Myra


Santa’s Immaculate Conception and his Food for Thought

With my next post on Garden Rant officially due December 24, my first thought was a treatise on what Santa Claus might plant in his garden at the North Pole, where it gets about 24 hours of sun in the summer. Would Mrs. Claus be putting The Big Guy on a home-grown diet of celery, carrots and peanut butter to better enable him to complete his world-wide deliveries in a 24-hour period? Would excited children leave a few million carrots for Dasher, Dancer, Prancer and the gang on Christm...
Tags: Gardening, England, Germany, New York City, Turkey, Austria, Croatia, Santa Claus, Jesus, Santa, Coca Cola, National Trust, North Pole, Salvation Army, Claus, Caterpillar


The Real St. Nick: 4th century bishop, philanthropist, pol, crowdpleaser.

Happy Holidays from What About Paris? Our best wishes for you and yours--and for whatever celebrations or rites you find time for this month. A word about the real Santa, however, is in order, and we are happy to report that the real Santa is not a misty pagan or Druid hangover, as is so often the case with Christmas lore. He is based on a real and really admirable guy. The Bishop of Myra--or Santa Claus to most of the world--lived around 270-345 AD in what is now the Lycian region of Turkey. ...
Tags: Turkey, Rome, Paris, Santa Claus, Santa, Douglas, Nicholas, St Nicholas, Myra, Lloyd C Douglas, Church of St Nicholas


The Feast Day of St Nicholas

Someone dear to me once played Santa in a delightful way.  At Christmastime a family that lived near to her was struggling.  She was not well off herself, but she had come into a small windfall.  She secretly purchased bicycles for the children and sneaked over near midnight on Christmas eve to leave them on the family’s porch.   This is the kind of generosity embodied by the saint whose feast day we celebrate today.  The image above is “Jolly old St. Nicholas” in his original form. He was bi...
Tags: Europe, Religion, America, Turkey, Santa Claus, Santa, Christ, Nicholas, St Nicholas, Myra, Christmastime, Speaking to the Soul, Ann Fontaine, Christ St Nicholas


Celebrating Saint Nicolas, the Original Santa Claus

  San Nicola di Bari In some parts of Italy the feast  of San Nicola, patron saint of Bari,  ushers in the Christmas season (stagione natalizia) with the giving of gifts (regali) on the eve or morning of December 6, his onomastico (name’s day). Although many stories of San Nicola’ s life may be mythical, he did inspire the figure of a beloved old man—whether he’s known as Babbo Natale (Father Christmas) or Santa Claus—who gives out presents in December. The son of a wealthy Christian family...
Tags: Travel, Books, New York City, Religion, Turkey, History, Culture, Egypt, Web/Tech, Weblogs, Language, Italy, Santa Claus, Christian, North America, Christmas Traditions


Comment on sunken black forest cake by Myra

This sounds delicious, looks awesome and seems refreshingly easy to make! Can’t wait to try this recipe!
Tags: Food, Myra


New York Amsterdam News: Eileen Southern, classical pianist, historian and musicologist

Dr. Eileen Southern (1920-2002) New York Amsterdam News Herb Boyd 7/26/18 A recent visit to the National Museum of African-American History and Culture was made all the more stunning with the discovery of a quote from famed musicologist and historian Dr. Eileen Southern. “The enduring feature of Black music is neither protest nor self-expression; it is communication, and one cannot imagine a time when Black musicians will have nothing to say, either to others ...
Tags: Texas, Religion, University Of Chicago, Edward, Black, New York University, Boston University, Juilliard, Eileen, Sioux Falls, Eileen Jackson, Brooklyn College, Myra, Minneapolis Chicago, Minneapolis Minn, William J Zick