435 South Magazine June 2010

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Checkout Line

Barb Hilber puts the warmth in customer service with her kind words and smile.

Not Just Their Father's Daughters

These team players bond over the business of butter, cars and furniture.

Missing Connecticut

It's important to discover the real reason relocation makes you blue.

Still Connected To The Game

Matt Gogel lends the voice of experience to televised golf.

Not Your Average Rabbi

Rabbi Jacques Cukerkorn talks about Judaism, diversity and Chinese food.

Are You In Sugar Shock?

Americans are swimming in sugar... and it's not a sweet story.


What's happening in Johnson County...

The Easy Riding Street Glide

Hog fans new and old will love the exhilaration of this slick model.

Knockout In Pink

Local boxer uses national champion spotlight to fight breast cancer and promote boxing.

Who Wore What

Bold & Beautiful Boutique Style

Top Stylist

...and the winner is... Trevor Tobin.

The Boys of Summer

Kids who play baseball--and their coaching dads.

Hoofin' It

This is what put KC on the meat map.

Terrific Transitions

Whether moving 10 feet or 10 miles, Evologic helps companies make sense of change.

Taking It To The Heat

Infrared saunas provide health benefits from burning calories to detoxifying the body.

Breakout Guy

Eric Stonestreet plays a juicy role that has America embracing this boy from Kansas in his most unexpected role yet.

Some Like It Hot

This local food-preneur went from speaking to kneading.

Person of Interest

John Vandewalle shares his world view.

Depression's Booming Voice

This play-by-play announcer shares a personal account of a darker side.

Rue de Merveille

An authentic Parisian yesterday comes alive along this visionary themed "street of wonder."

Best Friends In Need

A unique non-profit concept helps match seniors and four-legged companions.

The Hills Are Alive

Historic Flint Hills beckon travelers to connect with a rich earth that tells a story of both the past and present.
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