435 South Magazine September 2010

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Iggy Pops!

Slither over to this cheerful cantina that's saucing and stuffing happy customers.

Ask the Therapist

Balancing Together Time

Fraternity Mania

The short list for success in Greek life.

Legacy of Caring

Person of Interest: Kevin Barth.

Behind the Badge

It's no accident that John Meier loves the community he and his force serve and protect.

Surroundings with Soul

Steve Rogers appoints homes with antique beauty and modern sensibility.

Feed Your Inner Hippie

A fusion of delicious, nutritious crunchy goodness.

Peregrine Unplugged

Kansas City's latest reality star exposes her emotions and works of art to an adoring audience.

Man's Best Friend

When a dog's more than just...a dog.

Picture Perfect

Kelly Daniels shares tips on creating a stress-free and memorable holiday card.

The Town Just Down the Road

10 reasons to put Louisburg on your fall road trip list.

The Big Three

What vitamins are you (and your kids) not getting enough of?

Buzz

What's happening in South Johnson County.

Backyard Benevolence

Local family throws a party to help feed the hungry.

Trumpet Soul Man

Kansas City's Mark Pender makes sweet music with a guy named Conan.

Premium Hybrid Sedan

Lexus delivers yet another hybrid.

Getting Fresh

Jim Sheridan cares enough to serve the very best.

The View

The power of four helps change the way Kansas City lives, plays and grows.

Center of Wellness

Dr. Jane Murray helps people find their own path to health at the Sastun Center.

September 2010

Take a closer look at what the changing downtown landscape means for South Johnson County residents.PLUS• Conan's Hometown Trumpet Player, Mark Pender• Bucyrus Ranch on Storied

Hometown WhoDunit

Joel Goldman spins novels without the predictability.

Boots & Spurs

Located on storied lands, this authentic Bucyrus ranch is loaded with cowboy comforts and Old West composure.
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