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Extended TitleMore than the site of a handful of the country's best haunted houses, the West Bottoms is a thriving place to work and play.
AbstractAuthor relates a day visting local shops and businesses in the West Bottoms including Full Moon Productions, Architectural Reclamation Foundation, Fleeting Flea, Bella Patina, as well as restaurants, and home-service companies like Cook Bros. Insulation or CAS Woodworks. A photo caption reads, "The Guinness Book of World Records recently visited the West Bottoms to add Full Moon Productions to the list as housing the largest snake in captivity in the world."
AuthorBrooke Pearl
DateJanuary/February 2012
SourceKansas City Homes & Gardens (KCH&G)
LocationMVSC Q 977.8411 K1697
Volume26
Number1
Column NameKC Day Trips
Page84-85
See Also"The Next Frontier, A revitalized West Bottoms offers hot businesses, cool vibe" in KC Business, January 2012, p. 22 [ MVSC Q 338.74 K16B ].
SubjectBusiness districts
Haunted houses
Snakes
World records
Restaurants
Local SubjectFull Moon Productions
West Bottoms
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeMagazine Article
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