435 South Magazine November 2009

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Top of the Mind

Advertisting guru John Nohe gives insight into the business and where it stands in today's economy.

Dangerous Waters

Are toxic fish lurking on your plate?

Party Animal

Animal House come to Lawrence circa 1978, but will history repeat itself?

Innovative Thinkers

Dr. Roy Jensen, director of the University of Kansas Cancer Center.

Celebrate with Style

Tis the season to give your home a little holiday glamour!

The Learning Curve

How to teach your teenage children to "Do as I say, not as I do?"

Innovative Thinkers

Joe & Judy Roetheli, the creators of GreeniesĀ®, owners of several local businesses and proud founders of The Roetheli Lil' Red Foundation.

Health Care Hospitality

Dr. Michael Catausan brings concierge health care to south Johnson County.

The Buzz

What's happening in Johnson County.

Innovative Thinkers

Laura McKnight, president and CEO of the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation.

Ask the Inspiring Mom

Establish consistent boundaries to cement your family's values.

Who Wore What?

Ra Sushi's grand opening as a theme party titled "Party Like a Rockstar."

Seafood by the Roadside

Bubba John's Seafood finds success on landlocked 135th.

Innovative Thinkers

Dr. Karen Baucom, anti-aging and regenerative medicine expert.

A Season of Enchantment

Marillac prepares to celebrate the 17th year of its Enchanted Forest and Enchanted Evening events.

Pecan Paradise

Discover local pecans in your own backyard.

Inside My Closet

What is in Julie Palitto's closet?

Innovative Thinkers

Teresa Hook Barton, creator and co-founder of TNT Forage, Inc.

Rah Ra!

Like a big bite of wasabi, Ra Sushi is meant to clear your senses.

Earth Angels

Compassion is at the heart of this program that matches people in need with willing pilots.

White Hot

Classic white is reinvented in modern kitchens.

Innovative Thinkers

Joe Paris: entrepreneur, risk-taker, artisan.
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