Spring 1998 KANSAS
The 300-acre Overland Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens preserves the area's environment for generations to come.
By Bill Sheldon, photos by Craig Thompson
Celebrating Kansas Grassroots Art
Look to Lucas to discover the best in 20th century Kansas grassroots art.
By Cheryl Musch, photos by John Blumb
Kinsley's new Carnival Heritage Museum brings excitement for the Edwards County town's future.
By Jeanette Stienert, photos by Dale Riggs
A Piece of England
A 131-year-old English chapel has a new life on the campus of Baker Unviversity in Baldwin City.
By Zach Flake
Love the sound of fallin gwater over rock? Fon't drive hundres of miles to hear it. We've got the waterfalls right here in Kansas!
By Rex Buchannan, Larry Richardson and Bob Swain
Lodging at the Landmark
Downtown Oberlin's historic bank building now houses an elegant, Victorian-style bed and breakfast inn.
By Kristin Kaldahl, photos by Jeanie Luden-Unger
A Kansas Hello
Kansas travel information centers offer a wealth of details to visitors and Kansans alike.
By Deb Hadachek
Enjoy a Victorian Getaway
spend a weekend revisiting the romatic Victorian era in south central Kansas.
By Deborah McLaughlin, photos by Dale Riggs
A Feast for the Eyes
Tables artfully arranged in "sumptuous settings" draw visitors to the Kansas Museum of History each May.
By Mary Ann Clifft, photos by Nathan Ham
Volume 53, 1st issue
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Waterfall at Pillsbury Crossing by Steve Mulligan