Christone Ingram


Women Who Hate To Cook

I approach cooking as if it isn’t a science (which it is), but as if it is my car (which it is not). I don’t think about cooking until I am hungry, and I don’t think about what went wrong until the food is already cooked. I also am not concerned if I don’t have an ingredient, because (I think) I am the master of substitutions, which is a lie I tell myself to avoid facing reality. I also don’t think about my car until something goes wrong; until a light tells me I need to change my oil, or that my tire pressure is low. I don’t get gas until my car beeps at me, and I once had tires so old the threads were showing. I didn’t realize my threads were showing until I got a flat tire on my way to work, which I also didn’t notice until my boss pointed it out, “Sarah,” he said, “did you know you had a flat tire?” What a ridiculous question, honestly. After that, I purchased a AAA membership, and I also started scheduling oil changes every three months, whether I needed them or not.

“Thrones” Is Back After Three Years Away. Here’s Why We’re Opting for Optimism.

Game of Thrones said goodbye over 1,200 days ago, on a Sunday evening in the spring of 2019, and it was somewhat astonishing how quickly the world moved on. That was partly fueled by necessity — like shaking off a loss in the deciding game of the World Series or NBA Finals, it was easier for most fans to just stop thinking about what had happened. We’ll refrain from spilling details here, though the spoilers trickled into the mainstream years ago. Suffice to say, the POV of a once-adoring audience eventually caught up with the gripes of the show’s most caustic critics.

Downtown Huntsville Inc. CEO Chad Emerson stepping down

The founding CEO of Downtown Huntsville, Inc. is stepping down. DHI today announced that Chad Emerson will be leaving for a “startup opportunity” to be announced later. Emerson has been CEO of DHI since 2013. He previously served as director of city development for Montgomery, and as a consultant to more than 30 different cities on downtown and urban redevelopment strategies.

Officials: 3 Killed After Planes Collided In California

(AP) — Authorities say three people were killed after two small planes collided in Northern California while trying to land at a rural airport. The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement Friday that the names of those killed Thursday at the Watsonville Municipal Airport will be released once their families have been notified.

Fights at Hug High School emerge during first week of school

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - The first week of school for Hug High School is underway, but video is already emerging of fights. At least three of those fights have been posted to social media. No word of a possible cause or action taken by school administrators has been announced. The...

'We won't let Abbott divide us': NYC, DC officials work to help migrants bussed from Texas

HUNT VALLEY, Md. (TND) — Around 6,000 migrants seeking asylum at the southern border in Texas have been placed on buses for the nearly 2,000-mile journey to New York City. According to New York City Department of Education officials, around 1,000 of those are school-aged children, and all of them are set to be enrolled in the city’s public school system this fall.
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Bystander, 61, Shot Walking by Fight Breaking Out on NYC Street

A late-night argument turned shooting on a New York City street hospitalized one of the involved parties as well as a 61-year-old bystander who authorities say happened to be walking by at the time. Police are now looking for the gunman responsible for shooting the 27-year-old man in the forehead...

Lawton Police need help identifying woman for child welfare check

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - The Lawton Police Department is asking for help identifying a woman from pictures they posted to Facebook early Friday. Officials can’t release much information, but said they would like to do an emergency welfare check on her children. If you know who this is, contract...

Taylor Bradshaw

It’s time for the national recruiting sites to rank Taylor Bradhsaw! An incredible playmaker from everywhere on the field, Bradshaw is able to take a screen pass, slant, or fly to the house from 80-yards out. At 6’0, 177 pounds, he has the prototypical receiver frame that excells at every level in today’s game. What compares Bradshaw with these top receivers is his ability to high point the football even in double coverage. Bradhsaw comes down with the football and makes the play. “Under the radar”, “under recruited”, “overlooked” all of these terms apply to this dynamic talent. FBS D-1 programs need to circle back around and scoop up Bradhsaw. He made the Times Union All -First Coast team, and is a 2021-2022 Duval Sports Prime Time Player.