Spring 1999 KANSAS
Kansas State University's Mairianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art is a work of art itself.
By Judith Galas
A Community Passion
The Great Plains Passion Play is performed on a grnd scale each May in Stafford County.
By Jeanette Steinert
Born on the Wind
Visitors are always welcome at harry Rose Jr.'s Girard windmill workshop.
By Nancy Holman
The Kansas Flint Hills shelter hundreds of scenic natural springs.
By Rex Buchanan, Robert Sawin and Wayne Lebsack
Chingawassa Days offers a sip of history and a cure for the blahs.
By Marti Attoun, Photos by Del Ruff
The Pleasures of the Prairie
WaKeeney's Thistle Hill Bed and Breakfast introduces guests to sights and sounds of the prairie.
By Sherry Spitsnaugle
In the Footsteps of Coronado
Travel the path of early Spanish explorers through Kansas and discover the richness they found.
By Ray Murray, photos by Michael Snell
Wearing of the Green
Rush Center is a sea of green in mid-march as families and friends gather to observe St. Patrick's Day.
By Kathie Riedl
Lecompton's Constitution Hall
The unique story of Kansas' territorial history is told in extensive exhibits at the Constitution Hall State Historic site.
By Sally M. Snell, Photos by Michael C. Snell
Smolan's Hickory Tree Restaurant
Great barbecue and school-days nostalgia are served up in the old Smolan High School.
By Cecilia Harris, Photos by Michael C. Snell
Killer Salad-New City Cafe, Topeka
Volume 54, Issue 1
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: View from King's Creek Nature Trail, Konza Prairie by James Nedresky