Sunflower Living i — April/July 2014, #17

Sunflower Living

Covering the people, places and style of the region around Salina, Kansas--where grain bins are sexy, wheatfields are a thing of beauty and a mix of immigrant cultures has passed down a legacy of respect for the land and one another.

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“Saving St. Joe | Sunflower Living spring 2014”

USD 4.00 — Released 7 April 2014

Read about the small Kansas town that rallied to save a cultural and spiritual landmark. Plus: the Salina Area Young Professionals -- defining the future of business; Salina Symphony's Ken Hakoda marks 10 years; "Unsex me here!" the legacy of Bethany College's Shakespeare scholar Ina Bell Auld; a pulled pork recipe with a twist; a New Deal architectural treasure in the heart of Salina (missing: one pigeon); Love it ... or Dig it! what would HGTV make of dugout chic and the earliest pioneer homes? Photo contest results and more!

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