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    “While Kansas City offers lots to do with a wide range of cultural attractions, parks and more, there are lots of great day trips within just a few hours to consider. You’ll find everything from.... More
    “On my last venture to Wichita, Kansas I couldn't have been more surprised or pleased by all the positive changes I had seen come to my hometown since I left in 2008. The people that I met had all.... More
    “Mort’s — also known as Mort’s Cigar Bar or Mort’s Martini & Cigar Bar — has a lengthy happy hour, stretching from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. every day but Sunday, when the place closes at 10 p.m.” Click the.... More
    “Saint Louis, Missouri has always been an ideal place to start a road trip. I should know – since 2013, it’s the city where I’ve launched all of my travels across America. Centrally located in the.... More
    “If you haven’t already, you need to add these places to your Wichita family bucket list. There are plenty of reasons why, but first, let me ask you this; has anyone ever told you “There’s nothing to.... More
    “Knowing this history of Kansas and African Americans, I had arranged to visit The Kansas African American Museum (TKAAM) while in Wichita. This museum is a relatively recent project, but the building.... More
    “One afternoon was well spent in the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum, which used to be the Wichita City Hall. (And reflecting this, not only has “Mayor’s Office” been stenciled in gold on.... More
    “If you’ve read my book Midwest Maize, you’ll know that there was a massive oyster craze in the Midwest during the mid-1800s. (And if you haven’t read it, know that there really is a connection.... More
    “Early in Wichita’s history, herds of cattle moving up the Chisholm Trail to the railhead earned the town the nickname of “Cowtown.” So the outdoor, living-history museum that brings that era to life.... More
    “The name alone should make you want to go. Wichita. How many stories of cattlemen and trail rides and early railroads haunted our childhoods, all anchored in Wichita? The history is still accessible,.... More
    “School was out! Summer was stretching out in front of us, full of days spent in the pool, countless trips to the library, and more boxes of popsicles than necessary. I was excited. The first full day.... More