JK Review: Just Salad offers new spicy, tangy options in Manhattan

Just Salad opened this week in the K-State Student Union.

Editor’s reading list: ‘Kiss the Ground’ by Josh Tickell

"Kiss the Ground" is a novel about soil, food and climate change that can engage readers regardless of their proximity to a farm.

REVIEW: Logic can’t revitalize alter-ego on “YSIV”

Logic earned scores of fans with three excellent "Young Sinatra" mixtapes, but the fourth, "YSIV," isn't the same.

REVIEW: Downtown Boys’ latest album is intense, political

The latest punk rock album by the Downtown Boys, "Cost of Living," is an energetic take on multicultural music.

REVIEW: ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’ makes me want to fix my messy life

Tidying sensation Marie Kondo takes Netflix by storm in this charming series that will make you want to clean.

REVIEW: ‘To Hell With the Hustle’ challenges reader to quit cycle of working, wanting...

While the book is faith-based, it can apply to anyone.

Wonder Woman: the superheroine we need

"Wonder Woman" meets expectations and paves the way for future superhero movies directed by and starring women.

REVIEW: ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ is exactly what I needed

Listening now, I find other meanings in the lyrics. And boy, it hurts my soul but also makes me look back fondly at how, frankly, inexperienced I was.

Tallulah is bizarre, disturbing, yet not bad

Four out of 5 stars goes to one of the strangest movies I've ever watched.

Never Seen It Reviews: ‘The Terminator’

Movie reviews from a witty movie novice.

REVIEW: ‘Check, Please! #Hockey’ is a sports story we need

Hockey, humor and heart: an unconventional sports story.

REVIEW: BlacKkKlansman is relevant to today’s racial tensions

Bill Bernard reviews the new film, BlacKkKlansman.

2005 Pulitzer Prize winner ‘Gilead’ holds up just as strong today

Marilynne Robinson's "Gilead" is a story that leaves time for reflection while reminding its reader to live with deep love and passion during the time you are given on Earth.

REVIEW: ‘The Lion King’ remake brings realism at expense of the original’s magic

Does the remake do the original "Lion King" justice?

REVIEW: ‘Spamalot’ brings lighthearted musical comedy to McCain

"Spamalot" the musical is a parody of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" and an Arthurian legend.

Review: ‘Arrival’ is compelling, unique

Denis Villeneuve proves once again why he's one of the best working directors.

REVIEW: ‘The Nun’ fails to impress, but does entertain

The fifth film in "The Conjuring" series, "The Nun," left a lot to be desired, but still provided some entertainment. Let it be known there are some small spoilers in this review.

Tales of a cinephiliac: ‘A Walk in the Woods ‘

I am a 21-year-old gal who lives in the movie theater. Popcorn drenched in butter is my kryptonite, and I get an unparalleled joy viewing trailers. I have no shame in vicariously living through films. These are my tales in the cinema.

Game review: ‘Halo 5: Guardians’

Despite some rough edges, "Halo 5: Guardians" is a solid package.

REVIEW: ‘Shout’ memoir gives personal insight to a contemporary conversation

Laurie Halse Anderson revisits familiar content with a more personal take in her memoir 'Shout.'
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