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Cecilia Harris

Kansas Cider Makers

Photography by Aaron Patton Kansas farms and cider masters perfect the taste of a traditional drink Kenneth and Denise Gardner developed a love for dry hard cider while spending a summer in England…

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Rolled Ice Cream

Photography by David Mayes Shops across the state bring a sweet approach to an old summer favorite A treat to the eyes and palate, the international trend of hand-rolled ice cream began in…

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Caribbean Tastes in Kansas

Escape wintry landlocked Kansas by dining in one of the state’s unique restaurants serving the flavors of the tropical islands. Negril Caribbean in Junction City and The Little Grill near…

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Holiday Trees on Display

(Updated: November 2, 2021, original feature from 2019.) Believed to be the Midwest’s largest indoor annual Christmas tree display, the collection of 170 unusual and historic holiday trees returns to…

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Civil War Commemorations

Kansas marks 160 years since the beginning of the deadly conflict One hundred and sixty years ago, the war between Northern and Southern states erupted and overshadowed what was already the…

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Follow the Signs

Traveler viewing the Cimarron National Grassland from Point of Rocks In 1863, a 62-year-old Italian immigrant named Giovanni de Agostini (or João Maria D’Agostini), also known as Father Francesco…

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