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1. 'The Right Mix' 'The Right Mix' May/24/2000 New owner, Highwoods Properties, assures the neighborhood groups that the Brookside Shopping Center will not change..

2. 63rd Street: A Vital Link 63rd Street: A Vital Link February 13, 2013 Article focuses on the history, diversity, and gradual rebirth of the 63rd Street Corridor, which stretches from State Line Road east into Raytown, Missouri. The road is described as a "vital artery" that...

3. A Toy Store's Story: Brookside Toy and Science a Fixture For Many A Toy Store's Story: Brookside Toy and Science a Fixture For Many December 5, 2007 Article that features the Brookside Toy and Science store located in the Brookside area at 330 W. 63rd Street, Kansas City, Missouri. The store is owned by Mary Jo and Jim Ward with Jim's mother buying...

4. Author Looks at Rare Brookside Images Author Looks at Rare Brookside Images December 15, 2010 Article on local author LaDene Morton and her book, "The Brookside Story." The book traces the history of the Brookside area since 1919 when J.C. Nichols began developing it for commercial properties.

5. Brookside Fixture Closes Its Doors Brookside Fixture Closes Its Doors June 29, 2006 The Dime Store located in Brookside has apparently closed for good. Located at 314 W. 63rd Street, it was owned by Bob Arfsten. After his death in 2002, his niece attempted to keep it open with new merchandise...

6. Brookside Typifies Benefits of Sustainable Community Brookside Typifies Benefits of Sustainable Community August 15-21, 2008 Article cites Brookside in Kansas City as an example of a sustainable community. The area is characterized by locally owned businesses, a high level of foot traffic, and "charm." The Roasterie Cafe is...

7. Friends Honor Store Owner With Park Court Dedication Friends Honor Store Owner With Park Court Dedication January 5, 2005 The park at Brookside Court is to be dedicated to the late Bob Arfsten, owner of the Dime Store in Brookside. He died November 9, 2002. The dedication is to be in early May 2005. There is to be a fountain,...

8. Memorial Park to Honor Owner of Dime Store Memorial Park to Honor Owner of Dime Store February 8, 2006 Article describes efforts by friends and fans of Bob Arfsten, founder of the Dime Store in Brookside, to create a memorial park in his honor. Arfsten died at age 72 in November, 2002.

9. Sisters Keep Women-Owned KC Shop in Family Sisters Keep Women-Owned KC Shop in Family March 30, 2011 Sisters Abbey Fields and Sarah Douglas believe their business, Shop Beautiful, is the only retail store in Kansas City to have been continuously owned and operated by women for at least 75 years. The business...

10. Store's Still Got 'the Floor' Store's Still Got 'the Floor' April 25, 2007 The New Dime Store located at 314 W. 63rd Street in Brookside is set to open April 28, 2007. Fifi Wiedeman is the new owner and a long-time Brookside resident. Even though the store was updated, the creaky...