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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. 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...

3. Brookside Memories Brookside Memories May//1980 Article about the development of the Brookside neighborhood from the days of the Wornall farm in 1858 to the present, with photos.

4. Brookside Plaza Brookside Plaza 1992 Looking south along the west side of Brookside Plaza.

5. Brookside Shopping Area Brookside Shopping Area 1992 Looking east along the north side of 63rd Street from Brookside Boulevard.

6. Brookside Shopping Area Brookside Shopping Area 1992 Looking east along the north side of 63rd Street from Brookside Plaza.

7. Brookside Shopping Center Brookside Shopping Center Information about the Brookside district as a mixed-use shopping center and residential district at about 63rd and Brookside Boulevard (between Main and Wornall Roads). Description of its history, established...

8. Brookside's Future in Question Brookside's Future in Question November/10/1999 Article about the disappearance of small businesses in the Brookside shopping community, damaging the economy of the business and residential district.

9. Business: Crestwood Tenants Secure Destiny Business: Crestwood Tenants Secure Destiny April/12/2000 Article about the purchase in the Brookside neighborhood by local business people of the Crestwood Shopping Center, "the first commercial building built by J. C. Nichols," describing the improvements to...

10. Council Approves Brookside Zoning Ordinance: Proposal Will Create Special Business District, Limit Building Council Approves Brookside Zoning Ordinance: Proposal Will Create Special Business District, Limit Building Size and Encourage Pedestrians December/6/2000 Notice about the approval by the Kansas City Council of "a zoning ordinance that will restrict national retail outlets, or 'big box' stores, from moving into the Brookside area," involving "10.3 acres...

11. End of An Era--Brookside's Book Shop End of An Era--Brookside's Book Shop January/19/2000 Brookside Book Shop is closing because it can't compete with the large chain stores.

12. It's a Family Tradition: The Goodheart Family/Country Club Shoe Stores It's a Family Tradition: The Goodheart Family/Country Club Shoe Stores //September Article spotlighting the Goodhart family shoe store business in the Brookside area, among other "Southtown" family businesses.

13. 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.

14. Shop a Growing Brookside Shop a Growing Brookside June 1979 Article about the Brookside business district as a pedestrian shopping area, highlighting some particular businesses, with illustration.

15. The Brookside Question: KC Council Considers Zoning Code Changes The Brookside Question: KC Council Considers Zoning Code Changes November/29/2000 Photo and article about zoning restrictions for "national retail outlets, or 'big box' stores" being considered in the Brookside shopping district. Brief history of the district, "designed and developed...

16. The Brookside Question: Neighbors Discuss Brookside's Future The Brookside Question: Neighbors Discuss Brookside's Future November/29/2000 Article about a meeting of "members of the Brookside and surrounding communities, both business and residential," about factors threatening to "shift [it] away from local, neighborhood shops to national...

17. The Dime Store in Brookside The Dime Store in Brookside 2003 Street level view of The Dime Store located at 314 W. 63rd Street in the Brookside Shopping area.