Winter 1993 KANSAS
Offering antiques, gifts and decorating skills, this family-owned business near Fort Larned makes the most of memories.
FLOWERS FROM FEATHERS
Sisters Barbara Huber and Judy Musselwhite create striking arrangements with the "flowers" they make from pheasant feathers.
BRUSHING UP ON HISTORY
Using old photographs and drawings as guides, Lawrence artist Richard Short paints historical views of familiar landmarks.
ON STAGE IN OVERLAND PARK
Sold-out houses and critical praise set the pace for the inaugural season for the Kansas City area's newest dinner theatre.
MARYSVILLE'S HISTORIC COURTHOUSE
An interesting museum in the old Marshall County Courthouse saved from destruction by the local historical society.
PRESERVING OUR TIMES
Watercolor artist Anna Seeber Shaw of Oberlin creates paintings which "chronicle the lives and loves of the descendants of America's pioneers."
TOPEKA'S SENATE LUXURY SUITES
Brothers Denis and Ted Kenney have transformed a 1920' apartment complex into an elegant hotel.
SHOOTING FOR THE MOON
Six years ago, Frances Foster of Independence and her three daughters became an overnight success with their handmade dolls and crafts.
Beef is the specialty at the Prairie Junction Restaurant, housed in Larned's former depot, but the chefs are just as adept at chicken and fish.
THE LEGEND OF CINDER CLAUS
In a small shop near Emporia's downtown, Rhonda Brennan's RJB Designs creates a captivating, Santa Claus-like creature known as "Cinder Claus."
Volume 48, issue 4
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Wind-sculptured snow near Liberal by Maurice Norton