KOLACHE QUEEN. In the small town of Morse Bluff, Nebraska lives royalty. In fact, some call her the queen—the Kolache Queen. For almost a century, Nadine Racek has been mixing, kneading and baking delicious treats that have delighted people across the globe.
DRAWN TO FASHION. In the digital age, fashion illustration is a lost art—but Omaha artist Mary Mitchell is bringing it back. Her collection of a thousand images, created over three decades, uniquely reveal the beauty of fabric and design.
CATCHING A SECOND WIND. Over a glass of wine, a new musical group emerges. And a horn player gets a second chance to play the music he loves.
THE OLD WINDMILL. We open the doors to the century old Kregel Windmill Factory in Nebraska City, a dust-covered time capsule which may be the only intact factory in the United States still filled with Civil War era machinery.
CRAZY HORSE CAMP. While autumn leaves fall at Ponca State Park, Lakota writer Joseph Marshall shows young natives how easy it looks and how hard it really is to hit a target with arrows shot from a traditional handmade bow.