“Frozen 2”

Alice Pulsinelli

December 12, 2019

When I was in preschool, every four-year-old could sing the chorus of “Let It Go.”  At that time, “Frozen” was my all-time favorite movie. Because of that, I did not think the sequel could measure up.  I was more satisf...

Pancho’s Mexican Food

Matthew Petillo

December 12, 2019

Pancho’s Mexican Food reminds me of many of the college bars on campus; the only people who should be ordering the food there are drunk, high, college kids who have no taste buds. Pancho’s is right across the street from Pi...

Wrecking Ball: Jimmy’s Egg

Lyle Griggs

November 21, 2019

I try not to make a habit of criticizing aspiring restaurants or any other newly-opened Lawrence businesses lest I dissuade the tens of thousands of Lawrence residents who subscribe to The Chronicle from patronizing them. But Jimmy...

“Midway”

Catharine Richards

November 21, 2019

“Midway,” directed by Roland Emmerich, gives an overview of the first few years of the Second World War. It focuses on the events leading up to, as the name suggests, the 1942 Battle of Midway. The film boasts a star-studded ...

“Jesus is King”

Peter Westbrook

November 21, 2019

It came as a surprise to most when Kanye West, who just a year ago debuted his colorfully worded single “I Love It” at an iconic adult video awards ceremony, announced his decision to release a gospel album. Many felt that ...

AirPods Pro

Jonah Kim

November 21, 2019

After the global success and popularity of the original AirPods model, it was only a matter of time before Apple capitalized on this success with a new model. They recently did so with the release of the AirPods Pro. Retailing a...

Pokeloha

Matthew Petillo

October 31, 2019

Pokeloha is the second poke bowl place to open up in Lawrence after Urban Poke and Grill. If you remember my last review, I was disappointed with the food at Urban, so I went into Pokeloha hoping that I would get better food. O...

Fields and Ivy

Katie Eckert

October 31, 2019

Fields and Ivy is one of Lawrence’s newest breweries, having opened just this past spring. Besides their home-crafted beer, which I am not able to review, they serve pizzas, salads and hoagies with ample vegetarian, vegan an...

Wrecking Ball: The Teletubbies

Lyle Griggs

October 31, 2019

I know nothing about Teletubbies. I have never observed one in the wild, nor have I watched the films that document their lives. I am ignorant of their genealogy, their culture, their diet or their religion. All I know is that th...

Bon Bon

Edie Patterson

October 31, 2019

The East Lawrence restaurant Bon Bon used to be a colorful food truck and a little brick building on the corner of 8th and Pennsylvania. Now, after their reopening and new menu over the summer, the small business is essential...

Wrecking Ball: Seabury Idlers

Lyle Griggs

October 2, 2019

In 1886, German inventor Karl Benz patented the first internal-combustion automobile. The three-wheeled vehicle was powered by a light four-stroke motor and could occasionally reach speeds of up to ten miles per hour. The inve...

“Ad Astra”

Catharine Richards

October 2, 2019

Set in the future in a time when commercial flight to the moon exists and manned missions are not only being sent to Mars but to even more distant planets in our galaxy, the new film “Ad Astra” is certainly intriguing. The mo...

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