Native American Pride
Spring 2016 | Vol. 72, Issue 1
On the Cover
Dancers participate in a free dance performance at the Haskell Indian Art Market in Lawrence. Photograph by Mark and Tree Mangan
Andrea Etzel, Editor
Katy Ibsen, General Manager
Shelly Brant, Art Director
By Lou Ann Thomas
Sweet treats whole or hole-y - featuring Druber's Donuts, John's Space
Age Donuts & Varisty Donuts.
By MeLinda Schnyder
Celebrating contributions, historical & modern - featuring Mid-American
By Marci Penner, Kansas Sampler Foundation
Take me out to the ballgame - featuring Baxter Springs Historical
Museum, Jackson County Museum, Booth Family Hall of Athletics,
and the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame.
By Katy Schamberger
Two locally owned bookstores have stories as entertaining as
those they sell - featuring Oddfellow's Fine Books and Collectables
& Bluebird Books.
By Dave Zumbaugh
A year of birding - featuring Quivira National Wildlife Refuge,
Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area, and the Kansas Wetlands
By KANSAS! magazine staff
Jet set into the Salina Regional Airport - featuring Cozy Inn, Blue Sky
Brewery, Martineli's Litte Italy, Rolling Hills Zoo and the Stiefel Theatre.
Wide Open Spaces
Hidden Treasures in Hutchinson
By Amy Bickel
Small-town charm, underground activity and out-of-this-world attractions
await - featuring Oliver's Beef and Brew, Historic Fox Theatre, Serendipity
Cupcakes, STRATACA, the Cosmosphere, Dillon Nature Center and more!
Just His (Tin)type
By Amber Fraley Photography by Doug Stremel & Earl Richardson
Photographer Earl Richardson, of Lawrence, revives the rare art of
Taste of KANSAS!
By Cecilia Harris Photography by Doug Stremel
The restaurant that takes diners back in time. When first built in 1857, by
Seth Hays (great-grandson of frontiersman Daniel Boone), the Hays House
provided meals and goods to travelers on the Santa Fe Trail. Today the
oldest continuously operating restaurant west of the Mississippi River
continues to serve up delicious comfort cuisine.
Kansas Spring Gallery
Photography by Rod Weber, Patrick Emerson, Alan Hutchins, Teresa Grove, Scott Bean and Betty Morgan.
Being Native. Being Kansan.
With deep roots in the state, Native cultures continue to thrive.
Pueblo on the prairie
By Nathan Pettengill
The original home on the range? It's a Southwest-style ruin where
the deer, as well as the squirrels and the beavers, roam.
A glimpse of Kansas
By Lou Ann Thomas Photography by Jason Dailey
The statewide Kansas Sampler Festival is coming to an end. Experience
the entirety of the Sunflower State at its final two-year run in Winfield.