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HOOPLA is sophisticated fun in the form of manis, pedis, wax, facials and massage!  We want you to let loose and go a little nutty in choosing one
(or many) of our signature, HOOPLA mini-polishes.
We provide fun and refreshing services in a place where busy customers can pop-in or schedule an appointment. A brief respite can be just the thing to lift spirits and energize fast-paced lives. We hope you enjoy the HOOPLA as much as we do.

Megan is a former trial attorney at Walters Bender Strohbehn & Vaughan, P.C. and currently serves as President/CEO of American World Forwarders, Inc., a family business that provides moving services for the personal belongings of military men and women throughout the world. She also is the Chairman of the Kansas City Election Board. Megan is a graduate of the Pembroke Hill School, holds a bachelor’s degree from Denison University and the Juris Doctorate from the School of Law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In 2004 she was named “Young Lawyer of the Year” by the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, and was recognized as a Top 10 Lawyer by Missouri Lawyers Weekly. Megan is a former president of the Association for Women Lawyers. Married to Steve Thornberry, Megan is the mother of two children.


Molly Maxwell is a graduate of Shawnee Mission East High School, the William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas, and New York University’s Silver School of Social Work. After nearly 15 years in New York City, Molly and husband Ryan Sprott moved back to the Kansas City area in 2010 with their three sons.

In New York, Molly started her career at Metropolis Magazine before taking a marketing position at City of Hope, a non-profit healthcare organization dedicated to cancer treatment and research. After earning her license as a clinical social worker, she began a career at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, working with children and young people born with HIV and teaching first year medical students a course in doctor-patient communication. Because of her studies, her work, and her generally busy life, Molly began to realize the importance of self-care for women, finding that an occasional visit to a local nail studio for a pedicure or chair massage was enough to revitalize
her as a clinician, wife, mother and friend.

Photos by The Roadway Studio Project