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Sisters of Sound Record Shop works to spread musical cheer in the community

According to Sarah Cunnick, co-owner and store manager, physical copies come with many upsides compared to streaming platforms, such as the sound quality and the actual profits the bands get from physical sales.

Brush Creek Ranch provides apartment living, horse rider training

The Brush Creek Ranch offers a lot for those who want to learn how to sharpen their riding skills, board their horse or even simplify their living by renting a rural apartment.

Manhattan lights up for the holidays

The town of Manhattan has brought holiday cheer to everyone, especially Kansas State students as they head home to see family and friends.

Jammin’ Out: Murray’s Strawberry Rhubarb Preserves gives foodies a taste of home

Murray's hit the nail on the head with their strawberry rhubarb preserves.

Tolkien’s Christmas book brings back warm memories

A compilation of letters J. R. R. Tolkien wrote to his children as Father Christmas, the book compiles over twenty years of letters that glimpse into the esteemed author's role as a father.
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Revisiting New Year’s resolutions as 2022 approaches

While New Year's resolutions have been around for a while, they can still be hard for many to complete.

Students share Winter Break plans following finals week

A variety of fun plans around traveling and family have Kansas State students looking forward to winter break.

Tiger King season two brings intrigue, answers

Tiger King season two answers questions from season one and invokes additional questions yet to be answered.

Sponsored: Kansas’ only master’s program in social work is at Washburn University

The master's program is open for students with an undergraduate degree in any major.

Small business owners gain recognition, share advice

Several small business owners share their experience from where they started to where they are now.

Adele’s fourth album will make you cry, dance, then cry again

Some emotions and thoughts on the heartwrenching album "30" by Adele released Nov. 19. The album includes many tributes to people that have helped her become the woman and artist she is today.

‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ gives chance to relive album

Taylor Swift's re-recording of "Red" did not disappoint, with added "From-the-Vault" tracks and old favorites to enjoy.

Thanksgiving food favorites bring back attached memories

Food is the best part of Thanksgiving for many, so what is the best dish to eat on turkey day?

‘Friendsgiving’ celebrates friendship, time spent together before Thanksgiving

Great food and better companions fill the holiday tradition of Friendsgiving.

COVID-19 learning leads students to consider semester, year extensions

The hindrance the pandemic put on students' college experience has some students looking to add on semesters before graduating.

Manhappenin’ Magazine releases new edition with ‘Dreamscape’ themed celebration

"These magazines are a cumulation of some of the greatest artistic minds at this university. I love seeing people I know and care about doing incredible work," said Berland.

A Weekend at The Hat: Live performances set for Aggieville concert venue

Aggieville will host back-to-back concerts this weekend at The Hat.

REVIEW: ‘An Evening with Silk Sonic’ lives up to awaited hype upon release

Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak knock it out of this universe with their newest album, "An Evening with Silk Sonic," as it evokes the rhythm and jazz of '70s and '80s R&B into the 2021 music scene.

Love & Football (Fútbol): The story of Nebraska’s Adrian Martinez and K-State’s Marisa Weichel

Even while playing Division I level athletics at two different schools, Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez and K-State forward Marisa Weichel have found a way to keep their love going strong.

‘Bones Day’ brings newfound motivation to TikTok consumers

Famous TikTok pug, Noodle, encourages viewers to have either productive or relaxed days, depending on if he "has bones."
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