Nothing warms the bones and soothes the soul like soaking in mineral-rich waters heated deep below the earth’s surface. Add open sky and a killer view to the picture, and you’ve pretty much achieved nirvana. It’s no wonder that people from all walks of life have long sought out hot springs across the United States.
Fans of the Netflix show “Queer Eye” recently got a fun look at Kansas City through the eyes of the Fab Five, who spent season three hanging out here. And Livability recently named KC one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2019. One thing's for sure: Kansas City is carving out an exciting new reputation on the national stage.
When talking about Kansas City, it’s always best to start with a quick geography lesson: Kansas City is a metro area that spans both sides of the Missouri...
Quiet galleries lined with impressive collections displayed at arm’s length will always have their place, but lately, multi-sensory art installations that put the observer at the center of the action are capturing people’s attention.
Tucson’s multi-layered food culture thrives not only in its dining scene, but through a number of local, innovative food projects that keep the region’s heritage food culture alive.
There’s no denying the allure of this country’s majestic national parks. But there's plenty of natural beauty to go around, and many state parks offer outdoor experiences that shouldn't be overlooked.
Looking for cool towns and cities where the arts are thriving? Take your pick from these creative havens in Kansas.
Situated less than an hour west of the Kansas City metro area, Lawrence, KS, is a welcoming community with a thriving historic downtown and winning college basketball team. Ample opportunities for learning, playing and enjoying good food and drink make it place where students, families and retirees are all living the good life — at affordable Midwestern prices.