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“What does your garden look like?” I asked. “We don’t call it a garden,” he replied. “We call it a landscape.”  The American lawn has become a cultural norm and an absolute necessity of suburban life. The image comes to my mind quickly: freshly mown grass...

Environmentalism and affordability have not always walked together hand in hand. For years, the sustainable movement has been associated with people of a higher socioeconomic status, like those who can afford slow fashion, a low-waste lifestyle, or local produce. Michelle Clements wants to change that...

Needless to say, the great plains of Kansas did not look like the cities that exist there now. However, a restoration and conservation movement is on the rise, which can be seen at the Dyck Arboretum of the Plains in Hess ton as well as the...

Located near Tanya’s Soup Kitchen and the Donut Whole, Grate Fill is Wichita’s first refill shop created by native Maddie Brown. This carefully curated shop offers only natural, non-toxic, and sustainable products. With exposed brick walls, marble-floors, and a minimalist feel, you certainly don’t feel...

SB 292 - 2021 Session - Explained and Discussed   Summary: The bill seeks to limit the quantity of ballots any given person can deliver to a ballot drop box or polling place. Violation of the five-ballot-delivery limit will result in a Level 9 Nonperson felony which...

If you, like thousands of other Wichitan’s, have filed through the Intrust Bank Arena or the former downtown library for your COVID-19 vaccination, you may have noticed some additional construction traffic. A new parking structure built by Fidelity Bank near Market and English will open...

Located on Central and Green, Beautiful Day Cafe is a welcome respite from the busy city life. Open for breakfast and lunch (8:00-2:00) Wednesday through Sunday, Beautiful Day has options for everyone. Plant-based eaters and carnivores alike will be happy here. From biscuits and gravy...