435 South Magazine December 2010

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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. 

Ditch the Holiday Heavies

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

Philanthropists Next Door: The Fry Family

Philanthropists Next Door: Marlene Krakow

The Timeless Tree

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

Philanthropists Next Door: Mindy Corporon

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: George Weyrauch

Fashion Insider

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

December 2010

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

Homeless to High-Flying

Johnson County family finds the absolute power in giving back.

Inside My Closet

Take a peek inside Robbie Edwards' closet.

Life Stories

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

Comfort & Joy

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

Essentially Scent-sational!

Leawood boutique owner perfects the art of aromatherapy.

Tennis' Rising Sock Market

Blue Valley North tennis star is serving up some head-turning victories--and he's just getting started.
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