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1. A Charmed Life: Kansas City Ballerina Makes the Leap from Dancing to Jewelry Design A Charmed Life: Kansas City Ballerina Makes the Leap from Dancing to Jewelry Design December 1, 2004 Lauren Wright, a former professional ballerina with the Kansas City Ballet, now designs her own jewlery. She sells her work at art shows, Perfect Scents in Kansas City, and through her web site.

2. Another Day, Another Dawn: A Small Town Draws Attention from People Who Share Its Name Another Day, Another Dawn: A Small Town Draws Attention from People Who Share Its Name Winter//1998 Article about the village of Dawn, Missouri, population "about 160," in Livingston County, with history since 1829, including a large proportion of Welsh descendants from the 1800s.

3. Around the World in Missouri Around the World in Missouri August 1, 2003 Focus on five towns in Missouri that share the same name of world locations: Cuba, Japan, Paris, Mexico, and Vienna. See page 74 for a quiz of 10 more international locales within the state of Missouri....

4. Life on Route 63 Life on Route 63 Winter//1996 Article tracing the Missouri scenic and historic sites along United States Highway 63, "about 260 miles from north to south" and "bisect[ing] some three dozen towns," with photos.

5. One Woman's Trash...: Designer Rita Accurso's Creations from Castoffs Cause a Stir in Hollywood One Woman's Trash...: Designer Rita Accurso's Creations from Castoffs Cause a Stir in Hollywood October 1, 2004 Photos and short article about Rita Accurso, a Kansas City designer ''who makes everything from clothing to custom couches out of other people's castoffs.''

6. The Beat Goes On: Band Uniform Maker Strikes a Chord for Nine Decades The Beat Goes On: Band Uniform Maker Strikes a Chord for Nine Decades August 2008 In 1917 Will Stanbury, a merchant tailer, founded Stanbury Uniforms, Inc. in Kansas City, Missouri. The company specialized in police, fire, and military uniforms, but in the 1930s added band uniforms....

7. The Legend of Momo The Legend of Momo October 1, 2005 Brief article describing the legend of "Momo, the Missouri Monster," a Bigfoot-type creature reported in the vicinity of the town of Louisiana, Missouri in the early-1970's.

8. Vested in Vestments Vested in Vestments April 1, 2005 Article with photos highlighting the North Kansas City company that manufactures liturgical garments for women ministers called WomenSpirit. The business was founded by Patty Fitzpatrick in 1995.