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JagWire staff members review the Louisburg Cider Mill

JagWire staff members review the Louisburg Cider Mill

Abby Layton and Hunter Ristau
October 26, 2016
Filed under OPINION, Reviews

JagWire staffers review the activities, food and pumpkin patch that the Louisburg Cider Mill offers

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A review on farmer’s markets in the Kansas City area

A review on farmer’s markets in the Kansas City area

Abby Layton and Michael Sandri
September 30, 2016
Filed under OPINION, Reviews

City Market The City Market is a loud and boisterous place, with vendors of all different ages, backgrounds and cultures. It’s bordered by permanent shops and restaurants. Their products are very miscellaneous and range from flowers to clothes to little brunch stops. There is a spice stand, a flea...

JagWire reviews local Kansas City clothing stores

JagWire reviews local Kansas City clothing stores

Sam Lopez, JagWire news editor
March 7, 2016
Filed under OPINION, Reviews

Charlie Hustle By Jena Smith Representing Kansas City as the leader of Kansas City clothing, Charlie Hustle is your go-to place for your classic Kansas City wear. For those who don’t know, Charlie Hustle has a store down on the plaza. It’s practically hidden and it’s actually pretty easy to miss ...

JagWire staff members review pizza by the slice

JagWire staff members review pizza by the slice

Alison Booth and Justin Curto
February 11, 2016
Filed under OPINION, Reviews

Inspired by a BuzzFeed video, the JagWire reviewed pizza by the slice at pizzerias that were suggested by employees at other pizzerias. Journalism adviser Kathy Habiger recommended to start with Papa Keno’s. The cashier at Papa Keno’s suggested d’Bronx, and it was all satisfaction by the slice ...

Three Kansas City coffee shops prove to be great dives

Three Kansas City coffee shops prove to be great dives

Elizabeth Fleming and Kate Ocker
February 9, 2016
Filed under OPINION, Reviews

With journalism regionals coming up, the JagWire’s very first 32-page spread  and the JAG yearbook’s notorious ‘busy-season,’ coffee has been an essential part in the daily lives of the journalism kids. So, arm-in-arm as a Starbucks barista (Kate) and a Kansas City enthusiast (Liz), we decided...

The teacher to musician transformation I couldn’t be happier about

The teacher to musician transformation I couldn’t be happier about

Tori Aerni, JagWire editor-in-chief
February 1, 2016
Filed under OPINION, Reviews

I’ve had a wide array of teachers. It’s always cool when you find out that your teachers have talents other than, well, teaching. When I was in sixth grade, I remember hearing a rumor about how my elementary school physical education teacher Isaac Hodges could sing. And that he could sing really w...

The Big Short was the best movie of 2015

The Big Short was the best movie of 2015

Nick Booth, JagWire copy editor
January 22, 2016
Filed under OPINION, Reviews

Out of all the movies that came out last year, “The Big Short” is the one that surprised me the most. When I walked into the theater, I thought I was going to see a serious drama. After all, this was based on a book by Michael Lewis, the same author who wrote the books that would become the basis...

Panic! At The Disco channels inner Frank Sinatra with ‘Death of a Bachelor’

Panic! At The Disco channels inner Frank Sinatra with ‘Death of a Bachelor’

Tricia Drumm, JagWire reporter
January 21, 2016
Filed under OPINION, Reviews

Alternative rock band Panic! At The Disco recently released its fifth album, “Death of a Bachelor.” As a fan of Panic! At The Disco, I was so excited for this album and I thought the release date would never come. While I was fairly ambivalent toward a few of the songs at first, it was definitely wo...

2015 is the year of the sequel

2015 is the year of the sequel

Nick Booth and Jillian Leiby
December 11, 2015
Filed under FEATURES, Reviews

"Mad Max: Fury Road" For over 30 years, audiences have enjoyed “Mad Max,” a film series surrounding Max Rockatansky, an Australian police officer, who finds himself having to survive in a world without natural resources. “Mad Max” was released in 1979, and with it, a new age in post-apocalyp...

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