The Pitch: Nov. 22 Gift Guide
The Pitch: Novermber 22--28, 2012 insert - Gift Guide.
2 GIFT 2012 adver tising supplement to P hopping for gifts can be overwhelming and time-consuming, even when you think you know what you want. But whether you’re just getting started or wondering where to begin, don’t be tempted to take the coward’s way out and just add another big-box store's gift card to your loved one’s pile. With a little thought and not that much time, you can distinguish your gifting skills from the rest of the herd’s by picking out something unique. In the next few pages, you’ll see gift ideas sure to please family and friends (and maybe you, too). And these fantastic local retailers get a gift, too: your business. Ready, set ... go! S — JESSICA MARSHALL CLASSIC ITALIAN COMFORT FOOD • GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE SUGOSCUCINA.COM • 913.685.1667 • 13386 METCALF AVENUE OVERLAND PARK, KS COME ON IN...SUGO IS COOKING! MONDAY - THURSDAY: 11A-2:30P, 5 - 9 P.M. | FRIDAY: 11A-2:30P, 5 - 10 P.M. | SATURDAY: 5 P.M. - 10 P.M. G I F T 2 0 1 2 MO aN dT ve sing eme P 3 pitch.com Hr t Xi X–X X ,s u 2p 0p 0lX Tn HtEt o PI TCH 1 PRE-MIXED SYNTHETIC URINE KIT • 3.5 oz of the highest qualit y sinthetic urine available • Adjustable belt • T wo heat pads • Temperature label Kit Contains: 1 YEAR SHELF LIFE ANGELA C. BOND Best Glass Selection in KC! 11-8 Mon - Sat • Noon - 6 Sun 3617 Broadway KCMO 64111 facebook.com/coopersbroadway 816.931.7222 Holiday Mart at T O W N P AV I L I O N You will find a unique collection of great gifts to please everyone on your holiday list. Located on the 1st Floor of Town Pavilion at 1111 Main, Kansas City, MO on December 7th & 14th from 10am to Open to the general public. Shopping Made Easy! 2pm Vendors: Miche Bag Aaliyah Cakes Narbeli’s Imports Bead It Up Pampered Chef Bongolman Party Lite Citiscape Spa RA Sylvan Cookie Lee Sanman Gardens Creative Gardens Scentsy Diane Boone Silpada Discovery Toys Global Souls Trade Sister/Sister Designs Gold Canyon Candle Tastefully Simple Impressions by Di Trinket Treasures Tropical Water Beads Jewels Contact Sharon Ko Tupperware Kat Tracks 816-701-5038 With Appeal Lia Sophia firstname.lastname@example.org Authentic Wine Barrel Furniture & More 4 2 T H E P I T C H M O N T H X X–X X , 2 0 0 X pitch.com G I F T 2 0 1 2 adver tising supplement to P holders). More than 175 unique, seasonal scents — with clean-burning soy-vegetable wax and lead-free cotton wicks — are hand-poured at Martin, owner of the original 5B & Co. Canthe shop. dles store in Weston, began pouring candles Even with that variety, though, there’s in 1993. “I used the wrong wax, a completely a clear holiday best-season: 5B’s Frasier Fir wrong wick and way too much fragrance oil,” scent. she says. “By the grace of God, I stumbled “Everyone, and I mean everyone, loves this along a perfect imperfect candle.” scent,” Martin says. “Watching people sni for Woods, who opened the Brookside franthe last 20 years has taught me that all noses chise 10 years ago, says 5B’s unique scents are di erent. Just like taste buds, people have and local artisan products set them apart from di erent opinions of what they like. But every other candle shops. “Many candles available now and then, you come across a candle scent today are mass-produced in one or two big everyone loves — and that is our Frasier Fir.” factories that produce for most of the candle Not that you have to pick just one scent. companies in this country,” she says. “Ours 5B & Co. Candles o ers a buy-10-get-two-free are di erent because they are ours and ours deal, and the Brookside location sells a jar alone. Don’t be fooled by the same candle just candle wrapped in a ribbon and adorned with dressed up in a di erent package.” a button for $15. “It’s super-cute, superMartin and Woods guide customers unique and perfect,” Martin says. to the perfect scent for home, of“My favorite go-to gift is our ce, special occasions or gifts. gift tubes — hand-decorated They also o er personalized tubes lled with six votives. service by creating cus5B & Co. Candles We mark the candles with tom candles or designing 6231 Brookside Plaza, their unique names. Who a whole smell palette. 5B 816-361-6393, 5bandco.com. couldn't use a little ‘Clean & Co. offers a variety of Store hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Undies’ around the holivotives, tea lights, pillars, Monday through Friday, days? They’re $24 wrapped di users and sprays (along 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and ready to go.” with, of course, candle noon to 5 p.m. Sunday candles is Marsha Martin and Lori M aking Woods’ passion. 5B & CO. POURS EVERYTHING INTO ITS CANDLES. Wax Works WHERE THE SHOPKEEPERS SHOP Martin says she enjoys shopping for gifts in downtown Weston, especially at Cactus Creek, Acorns, Adams Mayfair, Nelson and Taylor, and My Sister’s Closet. “Every shop tries so hard to be different and unique,” she says. “They are original, little gems.” In Kansas City, Martin’s favorites include Pryde’s Old Westport, Vintage Market and Good Ju Ju. GIFT 2012 adver tising supplement to P 5 3.99 3.99 AS LOW AS AS LOW AS % FOR 36 MONTHS % FOR 36 MONTHS FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS* APR APR Jean Genies BALDWIN’S DENIM MAKES YOU MAGICALLY COOLER. •Exceptionally compact 1199cc parallel twin with unique 270º crank • Twin downdrift fuel injection with YCC-T™ [Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle] • Traction control plus both Antilock Braking System [ABS] and Uniﬁed Braking System [UBS] • Rider comfort and convenience with adjustable seat height and windshield, tunable front and rear suspension and low-maintenance shaft drive. “Come see Santa December 8 from 11-2” 13020 West 63rd Streed Shawnee KS 66216 (913) 631-1111 Located just 2.5 miles west of 1-35 or 3 miles east of I-435 on Shawnee Mission Parkway ANGELA C. BOND ANGELA C. BOND *Finance offer subject to credit approval, applies to purchases of new Yamaha Motorcycles, ATVs, SxSs & Scooters made on a Yamaha Installment Financing loan account from 10/1/12-12/26/12. Min. contract length 24 mos, max. 36 mos. Min. amount ﬁnanced $5,000. Fixed APR of 3.99% or up to 12.99% assigned based on credit approval criteria. Monthly payments per $1,000 ﬁnanced based on 36-mo. term are $29.52 at 3.99% and $33.69 at 12.99%. Offer good only in the U.S., excluding the state of Hawaii. Dress properly for your ride with a helmet, eye protection, long-sleeved shirt, long pants, gloves and boots. Do not drink and ride. It is illegal and dangerous. Yamaha and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation encourage you to ride safely and respect the environment. For further information regarding the MSF course, please call 1-800-446-9227. ATV models shown are recommended for use only by riders 16 years and older. Raptor 700R recommended for experienced riders only. Yamaha recommends that all ATV riders take an approved training course. For safety and training information, see your dealer or call the ATV Safety Institute at 1-800-887- 2887. ATVs can be hazardous to operate. For your safety: Always avoid paved surfaces. Never ride on public roads. Always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing; never carry passengers; never engage in stunt riding; riding and alcohol/drugs don’t mix; avoid excessive speed; and be particularly careful on difﬁcult terrain. Professional riders depicted on closed courses. ©2012 Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. All rights reserved. • yamaha-motor.com 10/12 *Finance offer subject to credit approval, applies to purchases of new Yamaha Motorcycles, ATVs, SxSs & Scooters made on a Yamaha Installment Financing loan account from 10/1/12-12/26/12. Min. contract length 24 mos, max. 36 mos. Min. amount ﬁnanced $5,000. Fixed APR of 3.99% or up to 12.99% assigned based on credit approval criteria. Monthly payments per $1,000 ﬁnanced based on 36-mo. term are $29.52 at 3.99% and $33.69 at 12.99%. Offer good only in the U.S., excluding the state of Hawaii. Dress properly for your ride with a helmet, eye protection, long-sleeved shirt, long pants, gloves and boots. Do not drink and ride. It is illegal and dangerous. Yamaha and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation encourage you to ride safely and respect the environment. For further information regarding the MSF course, please call 1-800-446-9227. ATV models shown are recommended for use only by riders 16 years and older. Raptor 700R recommended for experienced riders only. Yamaha recommends that all ATV riders take an approved training course. For safety and training information, see your dealer or call the ATV Safety Institute at 1-800-887- 2887. ATVs can be hazardous to operate. For your safety: Always avoid paved surfaces. Never ride on public roads. Always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing; never carry passengers; never engage in stunt riding; riding and alcohol/drugs don’t mix; avoid excessive speed; and be particularly careful on difﬁcult terrain. Professional riders depicted on closed courses. ©2012 Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. All rights reserved. • yamaha-motor.com 10/12 Beans&Greens givesNeighborhoods THANKS to Nourishing real options for to buy LOCAL, HEALTHY, FRESH produce. farmers and and Over $650,000 inLocal food assistance Beans&Greens makes local produce all its SUPPORTERS. Your help created with local families produce lower income more accessible and affordable – DOUBLING the value of SNAP dollars & KS Senior Coupons at local farmers markets and the Beans&Greens Mobile Market. program matching dollars spent low incomewere area residents at local farmersbenefit markets since 2010! from this program! Beans&Greens, a nonprofit, depends on donations to continue this successful program. Please give today to ensure lower income families can afford healthier foods grown by local farmers. ds e Beans&Greens makes local produce For a schedule THANK YOU for partneringof more accessible and affordable – DOUBLING the value of SNAP dollars & KSin Senior Coupons markets or to make a the vision of better at local farmers markets and the for OUR COMMUNITY. nourishment visit beansandgreens.org Beans&Greens Mobile Market . “participating” donation please nd nts am! HAPPY HOLIDAYS! 6 GIFT 2012 adver tising supplement to P M O N T H X X–X X , 2 0 0 X pitch.com Beans&Greens , a nonprofit, 4 THE PITCH F Baldwin’s employees are the service part or anyone who struggles with nding of that equation, and the sta sets this place something to give the men in your life, apart from other men’s stores. The shop the owners of Baldwin in Leawood have a simo ers chain-stitch hemming and darning ple piece of advice: “Come into the shop. Our repairs in house, which very few stores ofsta of experts will help nd the perfect item.” fer for denim, Emily says. And Baldwin reOwners Matt and Emily Baldwin, the ceived high praise in last April’s edition of couple who also own the wildly popular GQ magazine, which named the shop “the Standard Style boutique (with locations in best place to buy denim in America, period.” Leawood and on the Country Club Plaza), “Keep it local” is the mantra here. You can started a denim-focused clothing line in see the evidence in commissions like the 2009. Their inspiration was to make denim uniforms for Port Fonda’s sta . Baldwin dethat was missing in the market. signed them for the hip Westport restaurant. “We knew that the market needed a highEmily predicts that a couple of the items quality, American-made denim line with a at Baldwin are going to be hot buys focus on design and a timeless aesthis holiday season. “The Ryan thetic,” Matt says. “The market trouser in camo — which was also missing a company Jay-Z has been wearing — that backed its product 100 Baldwin has been ying out every percent to the retailer as 4573 West 119th Street, day,” she says. “The inLeawood, 913-312-2382, well as to the customer dibaldwindenim.com. house favorite KC hat rect. We are a value-based Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. is always a must-give. company that knows our Monday through Friday, For men, women or kids market well and provides 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, ever yone really loves products and services to noon to 5 p.m. Sunday the hats.” back up our philosophy.” ANGELA C. BOND G I F T 2 0 1 2MO aN dT vH erX t iX–X sing e mT en P 7 pitch.com X ,s u 2p 0p 0l X HtE t o PI TCH 5 BROOKSIDE’S MOST ECLECTIC BOUTIQUE IS STILL GOING STRONG. Get Stuff-ed S DON’T GET YOUR TINSEL T angle BRING YOUR Holiday Party TO BUCA... …LET BUCA BRING THE Holiday Party TO YOU CALL YOUR LOCAL BUCA & ORDER YOUR PARTY PACKAGE TODAY! IN A The Simmons sisters pride themselves on isters Casey and Sloane Simmons o ering locally made, creative gifts that tell a opened Stu more than 16 years ago, story — and also help the community. with the idea that a creative life is a ful ll“We just hosted our annual Wings of Hope ing one. Their mission is to bring handmade Holiday Open House and bene t party,” Casey originals by artists, as well as mom-and-pop says. “We have 27 charity evening shopping goods, to people in a relaxed store that celeparties planned. We have new works by our enbrates beauty (and o ers free gift wrapping). tire artist line-up. And we have a schedule “We started with a vision to break the of trunk shows scheduled.” ‘gallery rules’ and create a shopping That’s a lot of, well, Stuff. experience that was extraordiBut that’s the point here. nary,” Casey says. “We o er “Everything from our artworks by over 300 artistic STUFF ist gallery program to our sources every day. Our 316 West 63rd Street, packed season of charity store is lled with energy, 816-361-8222, events we reinvented,” happiness and the joy of pursuegoodstuff.com. Casey says. “It is tough collecting and giving creHours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to de ne the Stu expeative goods. We threw out Monday through Saturday, rience. But it is remarkable the expected structure of noon to 5 p.m. Sunday to share it with others each a store and designed Stu and every day.” from scratch.” WHERE THE SHOPKEEPERS SHOP The Simmons sisters share a favorite place to buy gifts for loved ones: Pryde's Old Westport. “Louise Meyer and her team are fantastic,” Casey says. “Shopping at Pryde’s is like spending the day in a gourmet kitchen of your best friend. You almost feel like there should be ﬂour on your hands when you check out.” When Casey needs a gift, her go-to is something from Dotted Bliss, Deb Fairfax’s line of one-of-kind, meticulously sewn bags, wallets, iPad covers, coin purses and key fobs. “We have both given her stuff many, many times, and they are wildly well-received,” she says. “We love her bright, cheerful, playful and creative fabric combinations. She rocks!” (Search “dottedblissbags” on Etsy.) 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BOND Vivien Jennings and Roger Doeren run Rainy Day Books. hosted.” Given Rainy Day’s busy events calenhe foundation of Rainy Day Books’ dar, that selection is “very special and contains success over the past four decades is such a variety of books, from celebrity books built on what owner Vivien Jennings calls to cookbooks to great history and biography to her store’s “legacy of literacy.” children's favorites,” Jennings says. “It’s the relationship we have built with While these autographed books typically our customers and the community over the are the store’s hottest-selling items, so are years,” she says. “Working with organizathe sta picks for both adults and children. tions to raise awareness and funds, working “Customers value that expertise to help with other local businesses for mutual bene t their choices,” Jennings says. “Everyone at and listening to our customers to continue Rainy Day Books reads, and the sta is so to serve their needs as their needs change.” knowledgeable, so that whatever you are The holiday season is a boom time for book seeking for whatever age or interest, we can publishers, one that oods readers and gift make that match for you. Also, we laugh and givers with new titles. And Jennings says tell people that books are nonfattening and they’re all at Rainy Day Books (or can be always the right size and color.” shipped here fast). For a treat you can keep, Much of what’s here can’t a “One Civilized Reader Is be had elsewhere — espeWorth a Thousand Bonecially, Jennings, says, the Rainy Day Books heads” canvas tote bag “large section of author2706 West 53rd Street, comes with a $100 purautographed books from Fairway, 913-384-3126, chase Rainy Day. all the authors we have T rainydaybooks.com. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday WHERE THE SHOPKEEPERS SHOP Aside from her own store, Jennings recommends Pryde’s Old Westport (“It’s a treasure cave for all ages, and they have such a wonderfully helpful staff,” she says) and André’s Conﬁserie Suisse (“Everybody loves chocolate, and theirs is the best! The owners, Marcel and Connie Bollier, and their son René, have the highest standards for their customers”) for easy gift giving. Grace’s Best Sunﬂower Seed Cookies are the perfect holiday gift for anyone on your shopping list. Grace’s Best is a unique cookie that you have to taste to believe; your brain tells you “sunﬂower seed” and “cookie” don’t go together, but your taste buds say otherwise for an unforgettable taste. No preservatives, no trans fat; nothing you wouldn’t ﬁnd in your own kitchen. Based locally in Parkville, MO, Grace’s Best Cookies are a great hostess gift or stocking stuffer for friends, family, and everyone else. Give the gift of Grace’s Best Cookies this holiday season for a fast, fun, and satisfying way to show you care. AVAILABLE AT: • Green Acres Market • Whole Foods Market • Kansas Sample Store • Kansas City Store • Rally House Stores • Hy-Vee Health Markets • McGongiles Market • Price Chopper- Liberty • Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage G pitch.com I F T 2 0 1 2 Ma eH r tX i sX–X i n g Xs,u2 p0 p0 le nH tE t o PP Od NvT Xm eT ITCH or online at: GracesBestCookies.com 11 9 what are the holidays without a little bit of DRAMA!?! unicorn theatre holiday gift packs one 3 play subscription $63 (reg. $92) holiday gift prices now thru dec. 21 *redeem jan 7th-jun 23rd two 3 play subscriptions $99 (reg. $184) *two single tickets to a show $49 (reg. $60-$70) order today: 816.531.PLAY www.unicorntheatre.org 3828 main street kansas city, mo 64111 is this thing on? give this ad a shout out when ordering ANGELA C. BOND MADE BY ELVES IN KIMONOS THE RA SUSHI GIFT CARD Know someone who avoided the naughty list this year? There’s no better reward than a RA Sushi gift card. And for every $50 in gift cards you purchase, you’ll receive a $10 bonus card for yourself.* (Hey, you’ve been good, too.) *Gift card purchases must be made from 11/12/12 – 12/31/12. $10 bonus card valid from 1/2/13 – 3/31/13. LEAWOOD • PARK PLACE • 913.850.6260 Holiday Party & Catering Options Available RASUSHI.COM hinking of giving wine as a gift? Wine expert Doug Frost recommends rst nding out the recipient’s preferences: red or white, light or heavy, sweet or dry. If you can ask without giving away your game, that is. “It’s great if you can nd out which wine style tastes good to whomever is going to taste it, but sometimes that’s just not possible,” says Frost, who is one of only three people in the world to hold both master sommelier and master of wine titles. When in doubt, he advises, “It’s easy: sparkling wine, bubbly, and its highest iteration, Champagne.” The writer, lecturer and host of KCPT Channel 19’s Check, Please (see dougfrost.com) calls it “grown-up soda” and adds: “gloop gloop.” Frost says it’s good to develop a relationship with a wine retailer whose opinion you trust. “If you don’t have one of those, that means you’re not shopping at the same store enough and you’re not talking to the store sta enough,” he says. “Ask them questions and tell them what you think when you don’t like it. And when you do, buy some more wine.” Frost says there are plenty of wine shops T Holida Bottles DOUG FROST, NIPPING AT YOUR BORDEAUX in KC that o er good advice. “I have so many friends in the retail and restaurant business that it’s impossible for me to choose favorites,” he says. “But I will argue — and, indeed, I crow about this every chance I get when I’m speaking around the country — we have some incredibly smart, talented, experienced palates in my town. They can kick some serious ass if you will but listen to their advice.” If you’re going to a party this season, you’ll need a host gift. And if you’re giving one, wine is likely to be on your menu. Either way, Frost suggests a simple rule: Just ask people what they want. “It’s not that weird a question,” he explains. “But if you have a lot of people coming over and you’re not sure what they’ll drink, get a bit of everything: soda, water, mild beers, intense beers like Boulevard’s Smokestack series, some Scotch, some vodka and de nitely a good tequila. There should certainly be a breadth of wine styles, not just a pile of expensive Napa Cabs. I’d have a few bottles of German Rieslings, a few California Chardonnays, some Argentine Malbec and Rhone wines or Tuscan reds. Mix it up!” 10 G TI H O Xg X–X 0m 0X 12 FE T P 2I 0T 1C 2H a M dv eN rT t iH sin s uX p,p2 le e n t pitch.com to P P NEW YEARâ€™S 2013 DECEMBER 13 Deadline December 6 GUIDE DO YOU WANT IN? Contact your The Pitch Account Executive or 816-218-6735. GIFT 2012 adver tising supplement to P 13 Holiday Homes Tour Pendleton Heights Artist Market 544 WABASH AVE KCMO and SAT DEC 1ST 12-5pm W HAVE LUNCH AT A BLOCK OF FOOD TRUCKS! SHOP IN THE 15 BOOTH ARTIST MARKET! SNOOP INSIDE 5 HISTORIC URBAN HOMES! ith so many holiday-shopping options throughout the metro, guring out where to start can feel daunting. If you’re looking for a special gift that shows more thought than a box-store doorbuster, you’ll nd lots of choices at these locally owned shops. Wher els ANDRE’S CONFISERIE SUISSE 5018 Main, 816-561-6484, andreschocolates.com. Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday Recognized in The Book of Bests as “Best Domestic Boxed Chocolate,” Andre’s has o ered delicious Swiss chocolate, candy and baked goods for 50 years. www.pendletonheights.org/tour DALIA’S SILVER LINING 400 Grand, Suite 416 W, 816-651-1538, daliassilver.com. Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday Miriam Velasquez’s sterling-silver jewelry designs adorn necklaces, pendants, bracelets, rings and more, all of which make unique and beautiful gifts. ALL NEW THERAPIST VINTAGE MARKET 8721 North Stoddard, 816-505-0500, intagemarketkc.com. Hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. Sunday With its Parisian- ea market-inspired shopping experience, Vintage Market specializes in antique and vintage-inspired home décor, furniture, fashion, accessories and hosting necessities. More than 50 merchants and craftspeople from across the region share their pieces here, as well as at a second location in Leawood (see website for details). 6505 E. Frontage, Suite 27 | Merriam, KS 913-400-3515 14 G I F T 2 0 1 2 a d v e r t i s i n g s u p p l e m e n t t o P 12 T H E P I T C H M O N T H X X–X X , 2 0 0 X pitch.com to go DIEBEL’S SPORTSMENS GALLERY 426 Ward Parkway, 816-931-2988, diebelsg.com. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday THE LEARNING TREE 4004 West 83rd Street, Prairie Village, 913-385-1234, the-learning-tree.com. Hours: Monday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday The Learning Tree is a neighborhood store with timeless toys and gifts. The store’s sta members are toy experts, with a rich knowledge about the store’s wide selection. Kansas City’s oldest tobacco shop o ers an array of cigars, including Davido , Padron Anniversary, Ashton VSG and A Fuente. Also on shelves at Diebel’s: humidors, cutters, lighters, pipes and tobaccos, games, knives, steins and barware, nautical items, golf items, decoys, asks, college memorabilia and souvenirs. SHOP SUPPORT KANSAS CITY Local ON MY OWN HEARTSTRINGS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 7086 West 105th Street, Overland Park, 913-649-5700, heartstringscf.org. Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday This home-accessories store sells holiday items, books and handmade arts and crafts. And there’s inspiration here: On My Own employs adults with developmental disabilities who want to work and interact in the community. PRYDE’S OLD WESTPORT 115 Westport Road, 816-531-5588, prydeskitchen.com. Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday Often referred to as “the hardware store for cooks,” Pryde’s is a second-generation, family-owned store with more than 10,000 square feet of kitchen and home accessories, including bakeware, cookware, appliances, dishes, cutlery, gadgets, co ee and tea, gift baskets, and seasonal items. Give the Gift of JAZZ! Purchase $30.00 Gift Certiﬁcates for only $25, now throughout Christmas! Midtown - 39th Street West 1823 W. 39th Street Kansas City, Missouri 64111 (816)531-5556 Legends Shopping Center 1859 Village West Parkway, Suite 102 Kansas City, Kansas 66111 (913)328-0003 G IFT 2012 i s i nX g, s lem nE t t oI T P pitch.com M Oa Nd Tv He r XtX–X 2u 0p 0p X Te H P C H 1315