435 South Magazine December 2010

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Homeless to High-Flying

Johnson County family finds the absolute power in giving back.

Inside My Closet

Take a peek inside Robbie Edwards' closet.

Italian Christmas Tradition

When a mother's treats become remembered as much more than mere ingredients.


Johnson County Community College's Kate Allen raises money the old-fashioned way--one person at a time.

At Home

Tidings of joy in this Links of LionsGate home. 

Philanthropists Next Door: Marlene Krakow

Ditch the Holiday Heavies

Think it's impossible to stay trim during the holidays? It's not!

The Timeless Tree

How one family's parking lot tree became the poignant symbol of tradition.

Philanthropists Next Door: Giving Circle

Convenience & Compassion

Emergent Care Plus takes the sting out of doctor visits.

Seriously Desirable

This Buick takes on Europes's best SUV's.

Holiday Heart Warmer

A local author spins a tale about a boy, a dog and a Kansas winter.

Planning for Retirement

Couples need honest and open communication to reach mutual goals in a win-win scenario.


Cool vibes, syncopated sounds plus all the grin and grip you can muster emanates from these watering holes.

Philanthropists Next Door: Mindy Corporon

Fashion Insider

Elie Tahari talks about personal expression and the wide-legged pant.

Life Stories

In death, people find there's no greater gift than life. 

Philanthropists Next Door: George Weyrauch

Philanthropists Next Door: The Fry Family

Comfort & Joy

Get to know these persons of interest: Bonnie & Mickey Swade.

December 2010

Giving: Finding the Roots and the CausePLUS: Stephanie Tillman: The Power in Giving Back     Harbur Family: The Gift of Giving Life

Essentially Scent-sational!

Leawood boutique owner perfects the art of aromatherapy.
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