He allegedly robbed a bank. A shave and haircut didn’t keep him from being caught.

Minutes after allegedly robbing a Kansas City bank, Joshua Aaron Hoover ran into a nearby barbershop and asked to have his hair and beard cut. He then changed clothes and left. But despite the effort to change his appearance, investigators caught up to Hoover the next day and took him into custody at a casino where he planned to participate in a poker tournament. Hoover, 33, is now charged in U.S. District Court in Kansas City with the robbery on Wednesday of the Arvest Bank at 8959 East U.S. 40. According to court documents, Hoover allegedly approached a bank teller

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Style: Getting cozy, Danish style

Every Friday morning, Cynthia Sanford gets to work early. She’s not there to sell more ’50s Danish furniture — although that’s what shoppers can find at the store where Sanford is manager. Instead, she enjoys some quiet time with a friend before opening up for the day. They drink coffee and knit among handcrafted teak sideboards, splayed-leg coffee tables and never-let-you-go lounge chairs. In other words, Sanford explains, “we’re having hygge.” Learn more about hygge, a Danish trend that basically translates into “getting cozy” in Saturday’s Style. Source link