I Am Growing…And So Is My Armpit Hair

In 1985 Nair Hair Removal Cream premiered a television ad in which seemingly fun-loving and care-free women, showing off airbrushed legs—much to the excitement of a nearby teenage boy—asked viewers, “Who wears short shorts?” The answer was of course, that they, in fact, wore short shorts. And if you wanted to do the same...well you better... Continue Reading →

Shades of Brown Around Rebeka Pech Moguel

Note: Mason Kilpatrick, the author of the article, is employed by Charlotte Street Foundation as the Marketing + Communications Manager, which is discussed in the article. Amongst all of the suits, briefcases and professional jargon you encounter on a daily visit to downtown Kansas City's Town Pavilion, you will occasionally run into an artist carrying... Continue Reading →

Get Ready to be Spooked

Unsolved mysteries, paranormal phenomenon, the psyche of a sociopathic killer, for many people there is something intrinsically fascinating about the ghoulish and ghastly. This is why horror films are a billion dollar industry and authors like Stephen King and Dean Koontz continually sit at the top of the best-seller list. So it only makes sense... Continue Reading →

A Love Letter to Hutchinson, KS

Hutchinson, Kansas, also known as Smallville, Kansas, is more interesting than one might think of a small city in the center of the United States. For starters, Hutchinson has fondly been called the Salt City due to the nearly 1,000 acres of salt mines located 650 feet below the city. As if that information wasn’t... Continue Reading →

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