St. Louis Magazine’s August issue highlights the region’s best doctors, as chosen by their peers. We also take a look at our medical scene, including new research and facilities, inspiring patient stories, and healthcare advice. Also inside: a guide to the best happy hours, behind the scenes at City Museum, and an in-depth look at police shootings. Pick up your copy today!
2015-2016 Best Doctors®
1,267 physicians as chosen by their peers
View to a Kill
The city has a new process for reviewing officer-involved shootings, but if police, prosecutors, protesters, and experts don’t agree on what justice even means, can it ever be served?
Meet the People Keeping City Museum Alive Since Bob Cassilly’s Death
City Museum had two years’ worth of unfinished projects waiting when Cassilly died. Now, there are more than 15 years’ worth of projects lined up.
The Ultimate Happy Hour Guide
Here are 100-plus reasons to raise a glass.
The Machines That Will Hold Our Hands
Robotics is quickly reshaping how we'll age.
A look at our local medical scene
FROM THE EDITOR
From the Editor
A look inside St. Louis Magazine's August issue
After a Tumultuous Year, Mizzou Hopes for a Fresh Start
The state’s flagship university is still grappling with the effects of last fall's protests—which brought racial tensions to light.
Heat Index: Political Rumors, Panhandlers, and Front Bumpers
Here's what trending up and down this month in St. Louis.
The Race to Become Missouri’s Next CEO
DA look at the state's current gubernatorial candidates
Lou Thompson’s Running-Dance Routine Brightens Days in Forest Park and Beyond
"I'm not out there trying to be anything but me," he says.
New Arts Academy Plaza Will Tie Grand Center Together
The new park set to open in December will become the area's new hangout spot.
North America's Largest Mobile Bike Shop Is Now Making House Calls in St. Louis
The mechanics from Velofix meet you at your doorstep, so there's little preventing you from getting back on the road.
Q&A: A Conversation With Michael Sorkin
The Post’s Pulitzer nominee on the barriers he’s had to hurdle.
Why Local Politicians Should Lay Off the Judges
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson and other vocal critics damage the entire criminal justice system by maligning the judges. Especially without cause.
Two Detectives Put Their Skills to the Test
Find out how two local investigators fared in an escape room adventure.
Snapshot: When the Beatles Came to Busch Stadium
A look back at 1967, just as Paul McCartney returns to St. Louis
Lenard Blair of Civil Ape Apparel Stands at the Intersection of the City, Art, and Fashion
The creative director behind the artist-collective-turned-fashion-project creates “streetwear by art kids.”
This Fall’s Fashions are as Vibrant as the Season
From the look of the runways, Autumn will bring capes and puffers and everything in between.
A Look at Paris—Beyond the Eiffel Tower
Paris is a city for lovers—or anyone else, for that matter.
The Dish: Watermelon Salad at Katie’s Pizza & Pasta
A juicy watermelon topped with watercress, pine nuts, basil, and balsamic vinegar makes for the perfect summer salad.
Ben Poremba’s Franco-Italian Stunner is Appropriate for Clayton (or Chicago, for that Matter)
Parigi offers highbrow Italian specialties in a sophisticated setting.
Neighborhood Restaurant Recommendations in Downtown St. Louis
A look a restaurants in the heart of the city.
PaPPo’s Pizza is Made In-House. So’s The Beer.
Normal and freaky beers meet normal and freaky pizzas in a college atmosphere.
Where to Buy Bacon
Bring home the bacon from four vendors whose bacon is makin’ mouths water.
Meet Shimon Diamond, the New Executive Chef for Scape and Scapegoat
Diamond's dishes combine the familiar and avant-garde.
A Fond Look Back at Jefferson Avenue Boarding House
The Boarding House embodied luxury—Grandma’s food, far better than even Grandma cooked.
Three Beer Styles to Beat the Heat
Here are some summery options that don't compromise on flavor.
Ins, Outs, and Almosts
Restaurant openings, closings, and "coming soons" in metro St. Louis
A Departing Editor Bids Farewell to his Favorite Food
William Powell shares the top five dishes he will miss most after moving east for law school.
5 Hottest Dining Spots
What's new and notable this month
Top 10 Events in St. Louis This August
Listen to Paul McCartney at Busch Stadium, visit Tower Grove Park for the Festival of Nations, and more.
Cave States on its Multilayered New Release, "True Life"
The new album is another step in “building a body of work we’ve been making separately and together for a few decades now.”
The Gesher Music Festival Celebrates Small Ensembles—and Big Ideals
Founded in 2010, the festival works to create a bridge from the Jewish community to the greater community.
Read These Now: Books for August
Dive into a historical novel from Anton DiSclafani, and a memoir from Lezley McSpadden.