Posts from February 2017
It was a love of bees and a desire to learn more about them and their honey that sent Esra Barkman from Hillsboro to Oregon in the 1920s. After returning to Kansas, Barkman began selling honey at the
Sarah Zepick describes her pottery as hand-built pieces with organic edges. Her distinctive look usually involves a white glaze with gold rim. Her design wasn’t something she started out doing. “It
Contributing photographer Doug Stremel took time out of his busy schedule to have a conversation about his life in photography. Where are you from? Where do you live now? How many years have you been
Thursday, February 16, 2017 9:00 AM by KANSAS! magazine
Yesterday, the James Beard Foundation announced its Restaurant and Chef Award semifinalists for this year's prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards, and three Kansas chefs were on the list.