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1. Bob Jones Still a Good Fit Bob Jones Still a Good Fit November 19, 2006 Article describing Bob Jones Shoes and its owners, Harry Bosley and Rocky Horowitz. The store has been located at 1914 Grand since 1960, and among its famous customers have been Clarence Kelley, Claire...

2. Patrons Will Miss Shoe Spot Patrons Will Miss Shoe Spot June 2, 2006 Featured in the "Cityscape" column, Showalter's Shoes is noted as going out of business. The shoe store was founded by John Showalter in downtown Kansas City in 1921. It was purchased in 1969 by Robert...

3. Soprano Star From the 19th Century Soprano Star From the 19th Century September 13, 2006 Description of an exhibit at the Kansas City Museum entitled "Alice Nielson [Nielsen]: Heartland Diva" which opens September 17, 2006 with a live opera recital. Nielsen was an international opera star...

4. Stephen Yeager, Daring, and Effective, a Publicity-Shy Leader Stephen Yeager, Daring, and Effective, a Publicity-Shy Leader April 19, 2007 The "Tribute" column of "Remembrances" or obituary section of the Kansas City Star features Stephen Yeager. He was the founder of Steve's Shoes and a fundraiser for charities that help disabled people....

5. Tributes to the Fallen Tributes to the Fallen February 20, 2011 Pictures and story about items left as remembrances at "The Wall That Heals," a traveling half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall installed in Blue Springs the Fall of 2010 at Pink Hill...