Kansas Articles http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/rss/ Recent Articles - 2010-2006 KANSAS Past Issues Mon, 21 Apr 2014 02:25:52 GMT Spring 2006 http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2006/793/ Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure With 100 species of wildlife, a 64,000-square foot museum and planty of open space, this zoo ia a hidden jewel on the plains offering an incomparable wildlife wildlife adventure. By Maggie Lee The Soul of the Flint Hills Mountains are awe-inspiring, ocens are soothing but the prairie captivates the soul. By Morgan Chilson Wichita's Got It! Vintage baseball fever is back 133 years after coming to town. By Fred Solis Batter Up! Kansas city T-Bones baseball hits a homerun with fun well-done. By Kim Gronniger Kansas Motorcycle Museum Motorcycle fans from around the globe are rolling in to see vintage bikes in Marquette. By Cynthia Mines Celebrating Wheat State Heritage The Kansas Wheat commission calls for Kansans to emerge from their kitchens with recipes for the Kansas Festival of Breads contest. By Lou Ann Thomas Favorite Recipes: Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding Volume 62, Issue 1 Nancy Nowick Kauk, editor On the cover: Storm developing over the Flint Hills by David Dvorak Jr. Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2006/793/ Summer 2006 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2006-KANSAS/792/ Sunflower Music Festival Join classical music lovers for the 20th anniversary of this free concert series that attracts premier classical musicians from around the globe. By Christie Appelhanz Eckert The Barn Doors are Open to Chamber Music The sounds of animals are replaced with a little night music at Barnegie Hall near Wichita during June and July. By Fred Solis Kids Rule and Kansas Museums Those who think children's museums can't be educational and fun at the same time haven't spent a day at one of these hands on museums. By Morgan Chilson Flint Hills Scenic Byway gas up the car and hit the road for the state's first national scenic byway throught the Flint Hills. By Cynthia Mines A Toast to Kansas Wines Raise your glass! Kansas Wineries are growing and ripening into a thriving industry. By Maggie Lee Take Me to the River Festival Salina's Smoky Hill River Festival celebrates the arts and gets ready for it's 30th Anniversary. By Gary Skidmore Favorite Recipes: Otis Cafe Peach Salad Volume 62, Issue 2 Nancy Nowick Kauk, editor On the cover: Dozier Vineyard and Winery by Keith Riggs Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2006-KANSAS/792/ Fall 2006 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2006-KANSAS/791/ History and Hospitality Trader's Lodge offers guests Old West knowledge and a restful romantic getaway. By Jeri Clouston Gordon Parks' Legacy Fort Scott's native son makes his final homecoming. By Ann Parr Fall Road Trip By car, train or bike, fall's the time to hit the road for scenic farm tours, rail tours, festivals and fun. By Sally M. Snell Living Aloft Savvy homeowners are moving up to downtown lofts, restoring historic buildings into ultra-chic living spaces and breathing life into Main Streets. By Julie Hutchinson Flying High Over Kansas Each fall Hutchinson hosts the Powrachute Fly-In Extravaganza and Columbus celebrates Columbus Day with an annual Hot Air Balloon Regatta. By Diane West Favorite Recipes: Hays House BBQ Green Beans Volume 62, Issue 3 Nancy Nowick Kauk, editor On the cover: Fall color in Miami County by Michael C. Snell Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2006-KANSAS/791/ Winter 2006 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2006-KANSAS/790/ Getaways - Lewis and Clark Ready-Made Adventure - Kaw Point (Kansas City) - Wyandotte County Historical Society and Museum (Bonner Springs) - National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame (Bonner Springs) - Village West (Kansas City) - Great Wolf Lodge (Kansas City) - Chateau Avalon (Kansas City) - Riverfront Park (Leavenworth) - Carousel Museum (Leavenworth) - Frontier Army Museum (Fort Leavenworth) - Wayside Tour (Fort Leavenworth) - Glacial Hills Scenic Byway - Fourth of July 1804 Creek (Atchison) - Independence Creek (Atchison) - Atchison County Historical Society Museum (Atchison) - Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum (Atchison) - Lewis & Clark Pavilion (White Cloud) - Four-State Lookout (White Cloud) - 40th Parallel Marker (White Cloud) - Nelson Rogers Home (Troy) - Home Place Restaurant (Troy) - Native American Heritage Museum (Highland) Chisholm Trail Restaurants - Mr. K's Farmhouse - Reba's Restaurant - NuWay Cafe - Richard's Last Chance Bar and Grill Air Wars - Combat Air Museum (Topeka) Winter Gallery Post Rock Scenic Byway - Vonada Stone Company (Sylvan Grove) - Wilson Lake and State Park (Wilson) - Midland Hotel and Restaurant (Wilson) - Wilson Czech Opera House and Museum (Wilson) - Old City Jail (Wilson) - Wilson Family Food (Wilson) - Czech Festival (Wilson) - Grassroots Art Center (Lucas) - Florence Deeble House (Lucas) - Garden of Eden (Lucas) - Brant's Old-Fashioned Meat Market (Lucas) - Kansas Originals Market & Gallery (Wilson) - Smoky Hill Vineyards & Winery Outlet Store (Wilson) Smoky Hill Bison Co. - Smoky Hill Bison Company (Assaria) - Fall Fun Maze Days (Assaria) - Butterfield Books Explore Kansas - It's the Beauty Within - St. Fidelis Church, "Cathedral of the Plains" (Victoria) - Holy Cross Church (Pfeifer) - St. Joseph's Church (Damar) - St. John Nepomucene Catholic Church (Pilsen) - St. Mary's Church (St. Benedict) - St. Bede's Catholic Church (Kelly) CityEscapes - Finding Great Wine, Food and Shopping in Prairie Village - Rimann Liquors (Prairie Village) - Rimann Liquors (Lenexa) - Cafe Provençe (Prairie Village) - The Better Cheddar (Prairie Village) - Prairie Village Shops (Prairie Village) - The Curious Sofa (Prairie Village) - Natural Wear (Prairie Village) - Spangler's (Prairie Village) Favorite Recipes: Smoky Hill Bison Co. Buffalo Meat Loaf Volume 62, Issue 4 Nancy Nowick Kauk, editor On the cover: Vintage propeller at the combat Air Musum in Topeka by Diane Guthrie Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2006-KANSAS/790/ Spring 2007 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2007-KANSAS/789/ Reasons We Love Kansas Kansas Wildlife, Underground Salt Museum, Katy day, Hedrick's Exotic Animals and more! Welcome to Our Town: Lincoln Discover the people and places that make this small town a special place to visit or even settle in. By Sally M. Snell Cowboy Up Rounding up cattle on the open range is the perfect way to experience and authentic Kansas ranch. By George Hendrix and Jack Handley Through the Lens A passion for panoramic prairie vistas drives photographer John Morrison's art. By Cynthia Mines Kansas Celebrates Quilts A Quilters Story by Debbie Leckron Miller Kansas' Quilting Legacy by Diana West Quilt Shop Hop by Carol Crupper Download "Mrs. Malcolm's Sunflower" Quilt pattern here! Taste of Kansas Treat yourself to an ice cream soda with our tasty recipe or a visit to an old-fashioned soda fountain. Volume 63, Issue 1 Cara Sloan, editor On the Cover: Sampling of Quilts by Diane Guthrie Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2007-KANSAS/789/ Summer 2007 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2007-KANSAS/788/ Reasons We Love Kansas Sunflowers, Flea Markets, Music, a Flint Hills Tribute and more! Growing Season Bumper crops of flowers and produce add a fresh new look to the agricultural landscape of our state. In Bloom by Carol Crupper Fresh Picked by Cynthia Mines Home-Grown Goodness Welcome to Our Town: Sedan With the help of journalist and native Kansan Bill Kurtis, a small town revitalizes itself into a thriving community filled with gift shops and galleries. By Sally M. Snell Great Rides Some say Kansas is best viewed over the handlebars of a bicycle. Here's a look at exploringthe state on two wheels, plus a glimpse of Lawrence, a cycle friendly town. By Joe Ramstack, Carol Crupper and George Hendrix Join the Party Ready for some summer fun? Our guide to Kansas festivals helps you get the party started, beginning with Wah-Shun-Gah Days in Council Grove. By Debbie Leckron Miller Taste of Kansas See where our writer found her favorite Kansas pie, then vote for your preferred spot for a slice, or roll out your own creation using our recipe. By Cecilia Harris Volume 63, Issue 2 Cara Sloan, editor On the Cover: Pendleton's Country Market in Lawrence by Diane Guthrie Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2007-KANSAS/788/ Fall 2007 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2007-KANSAS/787/ Reasons We Love Kansas Prairie Pines Festival, Bellevilles High Banks, Vineyards, Hunting and more! Natural Beauty The sights and sounds of the wetlands disclose what Kansas natives have known for years: Quivira National Wildlife Refuge and Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area are among the nation's premier destinations for bird watching and hunting. By Morgan Chilson Other Places to Savor a Prairie Autumn By George Hendrix Welcome to Our Town: Paxico Once labeled one of Kansas' top five ghost towns, residents brought this tiny village back fromt eh brink. Today, antiqque shops thrive amid a handful of restaurants, creating a bustling small-town atmosphere. By Sally M. Snell Discover Their Space from out-of-this-world Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center tot he depths of the Kansas Underground Salt Museum, unexpected adventures await visitors in the south-central town of Hutchinson. By Debbie Leckron Miller Pursuing Her Passion Wichita crafts designer Linda Ebright followed her heart, and turned her love of cross-stitch into a patternmaking career that stretches well beyond the borders of Kansas. Meet the entrepreneur behind the Lizzie*Kate success story. [Download a pattern here] By Carol Crupper Taste of Kansas Score big with friends and family with these delicious tailgating treats. By Cecilia Harris Volume 63, Issue 3 Cara Sloan, editor On the Cover: The Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson by Harland J. Schuster Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2007-KANSAS/787/ Winter 2007 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2007-KANSAS/786/ Reasons We Love Kansas Holiday Magic, Elegant Temptations, Eagles, Silent Films and more! The Politics of Kansas Kansans impact the course of our nation with their politics. Discover three sites dedicated to remembering those who have etched their marks firmly on the national political scene. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Robert J. Dole & Brown v. Board of Education By Morgan Chilson Welcome to Our Town: Wakeeney calling itself the Christmas City of the High Plains, this western Kansas town shows its pride with brightly lit holiday spirit. By Sally M. Snell Comfort and Joy A small-town girl with big dreams, Atchison native Mary carol Garrity has a signature style that earns rave reviews from around the country. Whether at her Nell Hill's shop or in her home, Mary carol decorates with layer upon layer of rich detail. By Debbie Leckron Miller Taste of Kansas: Swedish Treats Almond Ruske Recipe Volume 63 Issue 4 Cara Sloan, editor On the Cover: Cedar Waxwings in Douglas County by Kenneth Highfill Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2007-KANSAS/786/ Spring 2008 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2008-KANSAS/785/ Reasons We Love Kansas The Keeper of the Plains, Tulips, Monument Rock and More! High Plains and Red Hills The buttes and valleys of southern Kansas comprise soem fo the most beautiful and unusual landscapes in the Midwest. Take a drive along the gypsum Hilols Scence Byway and see the area's striking hues, mesas and unusual wildlife. By Cynthia Mines Bleeding Kansas The pro-and antislavery violence centered in the Kansas territory in the mid-1800s held the nation spellbound. experience the drama of events leading to Kansas' entry into the Union as a free state. By George Hendrix Welcome to Our Town: Oakley This hamlet in the western reaches of the state holds a couple fo surprises for travelers: on old-time theater (showing first-run movies) with unexpected management, and a unique museum filled with the fossils of sea creatures that called that area home millions of years ago. By Sally M. Snell Taste of Kansas: Restaurants in former bank buildings. Southwest Chicken Recipe Volume 64, Issue 1 Cara Sloan, editor On the cover: Cow and calf in Brown County by Harland Schuster Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2008-KANSAS/785/ Summer 2008 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2008-KANSAS/784/ Reasons We Love Kansas Summer jsut wouldn't be the same without riding the carousel at Gage Park in Topeka, sailing on Cheney lake, watching a fourth of July celebration and swimming in the big pool in Garden City. By George Hendrix Ranch Rodeos Welcome to the world of ranch rodeos, where genuine cowboys and cowgirls compete doing everyday chore-sorting cattle from a herd, roping and dropping steers, branding and bronc riding-all for modest prizes. Take a bleacher seat at one of the Kansas Ranch Rodeos and see the action. By George Hendrix Celebrate Sunflowers Field after field of sunflowers greets you as you drive along Sherman County backroads in northwestern Kansas. Beside the flowers beign beautiful, the seeds fuel the economy at three nearby processing plants. Mid-August is the best time to view Goodland's favorite crop. By Carol Crupper Artists' Trail It doesn't matter what kind of art you prefer-naturalist, Impressionist, realist or abstract-all the galleries along our artists' trail intorduce you to inspiring Kansas artists. By Pam Grout Welcome to Our Town: Lucas This timy Kansas town has grown into a hun for offbeat, "outsider" art. More than 100 years ago, S.P. Dinsmoor started this movement with his quirky Garden of Eden. The Grassroots Art Center and local galleries are it's latest expression. Tour these and more when you visit Lucas. By Sally M. Snell Taste of Kansas: Fried Chicken! Visit some of our favorite restaurants-Al's Chickenette, the Brookville Hotel and the Chicken House-that serve finger-lickin' good fried chicken. By Cecilia Harris Volume 64, Issue 2 Cara Sloan, editor On the Cover: Cowboy and Son by Harland Schuster Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2008-KANSAS/784/ Fall 2008 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2008-KANSAS/783/ Reasons We Love Kansas Apples, Fishing, Music, Turkey's and More Smoky Hills Sojourn Take a fall journey on the Prairie Trial Scenic Byway through the Smoky Hills and discover the area's many treasures-including Mushroom Rock State Park and Coronado Heights-left behind eons ago by an island sea. Nearby salina makes a great base for a weekend getaway. By Debbie Leckron Miller Great American Cattle Drive More than 5 million Texas longhorns were herded along trails to railhead towns from 1867 to 1885. Last year, greenhorns and experienced riders alike honored those drovers and Kansas' cowboy heritage with a three-day drive. The drovers led 140 cattle to the end of the trail in downtown Ellsworth. By George Hendrix Welcome to Our Town: Russell Russell's most famous son, Bob Dole, was born and raised in this once oil-rich hamlet. The Fossil Station Museum, Gernon House and Heym-Oliver House, all made from Greenhorn limestone, are jsut some of the local attractions that share Russell's history with visitors. By Sally M. Snell Farm Life for City Slickers Fifteen family farms in northeastern Kansas offer their city neighbors an opportunity to be up-close and personl with farm animals and rural life during the annual Kaw valley Farm Tour. By Carol Crupper Taste Of Kansas: BBQ! Our food writer traveled 1,300 miles to find the best of Kansas barbecue-meat slow-cooked over smoky heat, then topped with kicky sauce for mouth watering perfection. By Cecilia Harris Volume 64, Issue 3 Cara Sloan, Editor On the Cover: Aerial view of Baldwin woods by Edward Robison III Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2008-KANSAS/783/ Winter 2008 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2008-KANSAS/782/ Our Town: Cottonwood Falls The annual Chase County Country Christmas kicks off the holiday season. By Sally Snell Catch the Spirit The Old-fashioned Christmas parade and Eldridge Hotel Gingerbread Festival and Auction bring holiday cheer to downtown Lawrence. By Carol Crupper All Eyes on Eagles Eagle enthusiasts gather thorughout the winter, binoculars pressed to their eyes and heads tilted upward, to watch the national icons soar aloneg the states waterways. By Carol Crupper Big City Celebration: Christmas in Wichita Kansas' largest city stages a holiday celebration with twinkling lights, twirling ballet dancers, strolling carolers and plenty of fine dining and shopping. By George Hendrix Taste of Kansas: Bakeries Two Kansas Bakeries_Marigold Bakery and cafe and tasty Pastry Bakery and Coffee Shop-create delightful specialty holiday treats. By Cecilia Harris Volume 64, Issue 4 Cara Sloan, editor On the Cover: Horse and Carriage-Doug Stremel Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2008-KANSAS/782/ Spring 2009 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2009-KANSAS/781/ Reasons We Love Kansas Photographers, Pie, Prints, Forts, Nature's Bounty, Festivals and more! Welcome to Our Town: Wamego the road to Oz leads to Wamego, home of the Oz Museum where you'll find one of the world's largest private collections of memorabilia. By Pam Grout Flint Hills Spring It's springtime in Cottonwood falls when wildflowers blossom, prairie chickens boom and artists display their creations at the annual Prairie Fire Festival. By George Hendrix College Hoop-la Pumped up fans rock the university towns of Lawrence and Manhattan on game day. Find out where to catch the action before the game. By Susan Kraus Angling for the Big One Grab the Fishing Poles: There are 24 major reservoirs, 40 state fishing lakes and plenty of ponds, streams and rivers teeming with a variety of fish. By George Hendrix Community Comes Together The 5.4.7 Arts Center in Greensburg is the first building in Kansas to be awarded LEED Platinum status. Discover how this is setting the stage as the rest of the town is being rebuilt. By Susan Kraus Taste of Kansas: Cinnamon Rolls! By Cecilia Harris Volume 65, Issue 1 Jennifer Haugh, editor On the Cover: Mandarin duck at the David Traylor Zoo-Katie Morris Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2009-KANSAS/781/ Summer 2009 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2009-KANSAS/780/ Reasons We Love Kansas Breweries, Honey, Ellinwood Tunnels, U-pick farms and more! Our Town: Nicodemus Freed slaves founded this northwest Kansas community, now a National Historic Landmark. Join the founders' ancestors who return for a July Festival. By Sally Snell Freedom's Frontier Some of the nation's most important movements and conflicts swept across eastern Kansas. This legacy comes to life along the area's main streets and at historic sites. By Pam Grout Cowboys of Dodge City The West didn't get any wilder than in this famous Kansas cow town. Tiems have changed, but the legend lives on a family-friendly attractions. By George Hendrix Taste of Kansas-Burger Joints By Cecelia Harris Volume 65, Issue 2 Jennifer Haugh, editor On the Cover: Costumed Interpreter at Old Cowtown Museum in Wichita, by Ryan Clausen Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2009-KANSAS/780/ Fall 2009 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2009-KANSAS/779/ Reasons We Love Kansas State fair, corn mazes, grape harvesting and restored vintage theaters By Diana Dickinson Splendor in the Grass Award-winnnung playwright William Inge drew inspiration from Independence, his hometown. Fall's one of the best times to find out why. By Jennifer Wilson Treasure Hunt Out-of-the-way cafes, quaint shops, historic sites and friendly towns dot US-36. The northern route is 26 miles shorter than I-70 but miles more fun. By Pam Grout Midwest Deutsches Oktoberfest Polka! Beer! Brats! Waltz over to Hays, the "German capital of Kansas" for not one but two Oktoberfest celebrations. By Debbie Leckron Miller Taste of Kansas: Apples! Apple Butter Recipe By Cecilia Harris Volume 65, issue 3 Jennifer Haugh, editor On the Cover: LandMark Inn, Oberlin-By Harland Schuster Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2009-KANSAS/779/ Winter 2009 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2009-KANSAS/778/ Reasons We Love Kansas Tall Grass Toffee, Rabbit Creek Mixes, Elk Falls Pottery, Coffee, even treats for your furry friend! Touring History by Candlelight Eight true tales of freedom and hardship are brought to life in Fort Scott during the holiday season By Katherine Dinsdale Value Added The Legends at Village West combines learning, shopping and entertainment for a priceless family getaway By Kimberly Winter Stern The Comforts of Home A high-end general store in Hays takes a cue from its unique owners and customers' dignified taste By Nancy Vogel Our Town: Lindsborg Where artisits gather in pursuit of beauty and in honor of heritage By Cecilia Harris Taste of Kansas; Holiday Brunch We'vve found the must-have breads, coffee cakes and quiches that add flavor to cozy morning meals with family By Cecilia Harris A Wintery but warm arrray of photos span the Gallery. Volume 65, Issue 4 Jennifer Haugh, editor On the Cover: Winter Pinks in Leavenworth County by Wayne Rhodus Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2009-KANSAS/778/ Spring 2010 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2010-KANSAS/777/ Reasons We Love Kansas Prairie Burns, Amelia Earhart, Wildflowers, Exploration Place and More! All Aboard It's full steam ahead for a railroad-theme getaway along interstate 70 By Cecilia Harris Up to the Big Trees Branches are towering as part of the Champion Tree program By Susan Kraus Dairy Queens Kansas dairy farmers shepherd age-old traditions into the modern age. By Gloria Gale Our Town: Coffeyville Where history meets small-town comfort By Lisa Waterman-Gray Taste of Kansas: The cupcake Little frosted delights are making a baking comeback By Cecilia Harris Glorious Gallery full of Spring Renewal Volume 66, Issue 1 Jennifer Haugh, editor On the Cover: Indigo Sunset in the Flint Hills-Brad Mangas Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Spring-2010-KANSAS/777/ Summer 2010 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2010-KANSAS/776/ Reasons We Love Kansas Airplanes, Sweets, Wine, Jerky, Sand Dunes and more! Artwalks Are All The Rage Monthly ans seasonal gatherings celebrate community and creativity By Mary Remboldt Gage Taking on Tinseltown Well -received movies and low-cost production put Kansas the filmmakers' spotlight By Terry Rombeck Riding Through History The Pony Express celebrates 150 years with a re-enacted ride across Kansas. By Mark Janssen Our Town: St. Francis A northwestern community boasts history and entertainment By Louanne Theilmann Isernhagen Plus Taste of Kansas: Cajun/Creole By Cecilia Harris The beautiful Gallery is loaded with colorful images of Summer! Volume 66, Issue 2 Jennifer Haugh, editor On the Cover: Archway-Scott Bean Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Summer-2010-KANSAS/776/ Fall 2010 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2010-KANSAS/775/ Reasons We Love Kansas Theatres, Student Work, Trail Rides, Pizza, Museums, Breweries, Pumpkins and More! Feeling at Home on the Range Flying W Ranch gives a glimpse of days spent roping, dining and enjoying the night sky. By Caroline Kaberline Oread Rising from its people to its landscape, Kansas inspires Lawrence's newest hot spot. By Jessica Sain Baird Hit the Trails The options are endless when traveling Kansas' trails. By Doug Vance Our Town: Garden City This southwestern escape is full of history and surprise. By Carol L. Jenker Plus Taste of Kansas: Cracking Up! By Gloria Gale The vivid Gallery is loaded with crisp images of fall! Volume 66, Issue 3 Jennifer Haugh, editor On the Cover: Golden Leaves-Bill Fales Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Fall-2010-KANSAS/775/ Winter 2010 KANSAS http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2010-KANSAS/774/ Reasons We Love Kansas Rocks, Christmas, History, Music, Sunflowers and more. See this expanded 65 Reasons we love Kansas for the Anniversary issue! Winter at the Lake As weather turns brisk and the holidays near, state parks welcome visitors for a taste of seasonal beauty and charm. By Mark Janssen Photos by Bill Stephens & Luke Townsend Quick Getaways Take the Long Road Even though we've traveled across Kansas for 65 years, there is always something more to discover. Help us celebrate the anniversary with a day trip to explore the state's natural beauty and hospitality. By KANSAS! staff and Kimberly Stern Photos by Scott Bean & Jason Dailey The Faces of 65 We honor those who also have a reason to celebrate 65. By Anita Miller Fry Photos by Mark Bajek, Kirk Voska, Jason Dailey & Cathy Mores The Fine Print of KANSAS! A magazine's longevity can be measured in glossy pages. By Katherine Dinsdale Our Town: Waterville A community charged with preservation celebrates during the holidays. By Lou Ann Thomas Photos by Alan Honey Plus Taste of Kansas: Icing on the Cake By Gloria Gale The Gallery is loaded with chilly yet beautiful winter images! Included with subscriber issue: 2011 KANSAS! Calendar Thu, 15 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT http://www.travelks.com/media-room/articles/view/Winter-2010-KANSAS/774/