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August 2018

St. Louis Magazine’s August issue highlights the region’s best doctors, as chosen by their peers. It also takes a look at St. Louis’ medical scene, including the latest in research and new facilities. Also inside: how creative firms are reimagining downtown, a conversation with Bellerive’s course superintendent as the 100th PGA Championship comes to St. Louis, and the region’s best doughnut shops.

A look at the races in the 1st and 2nd Districts of the U.S. House, as well as the bids for the county executive's office more

Politics

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

The reconfigured restaurant offers New American fare in an intimate neighborhood setting. more

Restaurant Reviews

A look at some of the latest efforts in the search for a cure more

Health

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

The last major of the year comes to St. Louis August 9–12. more

Sports

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

SLM sat down with the St. Louis native, a world traveler who returned to St. Louis “to play for the home team, even though that might sound corny.” more

Dining

In August, the Arch grounds will host several blues performances. Here's the rundown. more

Fairs and Festivals

A great primer for those new to St. Louis, this book also holds fascinating little-known stories that will be new to even longtime students of our city’s history. more

Literature

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Photography by Matt Marcinkowski

The 100th PGA Championship, Luke Bryan, Festival of Nations, and more more

Culture

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Photography courtesy of the Missouri History Museum

The Moon Antique Cars, one of the original eight rides, is still there, 40-plus years later. more

History

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

“Fashion is just being creative—being able to express yourself with whatever you choose to put on," says the University City native. more

Style

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Photography by Wesley Law

The longtime educator is now directing Washington University in St. Louis' Africa initiative. more

News

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Rendering courtesy of Great Rivers Greenway

With the work at the Arch grounds completed, the district is seeing a surge of new developments. more

News

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

A recent facelift has dragged the institution into the Age of the Foodie. more

Dining

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

The St. Louis Sage reflects on the riverside amusement park that never came to fruition. more

St. Louis Sage

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Byrd & Barrel’s Nug Shack offers iterations of the signature dish with shreds of peppered Gouda, a touch of maple syrup, and a squeeze of hot sauce. more

Dining

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Photography courtesy of Gateway Arch Park Foundation

When it adopted a new master plan in 2009, the city admitted some of the past shortcomings and proposed a more cohesive plan, which is now starting to take shape. more

News

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Paul and Wendy Hamilton’s restaurant empire expands. more

First Bite

Edible flowers, aronia berries, striped Solar Flare tomatoes, and more more

Dining

Her HIV-prevention program uses effective medicines but also addresses the whole person, looking far beyond the test results. more

Health

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Former cop and private eye Charley Schneider delved into the decades-old case that put three St. Louisans in prison. more

Features