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What we know so far about the flood's peak, damages, and financial toll Read more

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Photo by Matt Marcinkowski

Period poverty—the lack of access to menstrual supplies and education—garners a lot of attention in developing countries such as Ethiopia. One local researcher wondered why no one was talking about it here. Read more

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Photo by Elizabeth Wiseman

"I think that we should be much more transparent in how our government works," says Page. Read more

Politics

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

Two of them will be temporary, so be sure to visit the downtown park this summer. Read more

Visual Arts

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Photo by Matt Marcinkowski

Saint Louis Effort for AIDS already offers free HIV and STI testing four days a week, plus 20 case managers, seven exam rooms, and an onsite lab. There's even more to come with a new HIV Medical Home model—the only one like it in the state. Read more

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Taulby Roach, president and CEO of the Bi-State Development Agency, explains two differences you might see right away. Read more

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Page must now navigate Better Together, and revive the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership and St. Louis County Port Authority—all while trying to win back the public’s trust. Read more

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Courtesy of MLS4TheLou, HOK, and Snow Kreilich Architects

Over the past six months, the MLS4TheLou ownership group has visited Major League Soccer stadiums, and now we're finally getting a look at what St. Louis' could look like. Read more

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

For the fourth year in a row, Monzyk's hats will be featured in one of the 20 coveted display spots at the Kentucky Derby Museum, at Churchill Downs. Read more

Style

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Illustration by Joshua Rowan

More than 100 artists from around the world will travel to Union Station for the May 10–12 event. Read more

Culture

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Courtesy of HDR

Community involvement has been integral to the program's success, says manager Laura Ginn. “We can’t just go in, raze a couple of blocks, plant some flowers, and call it a day.” Read more

News

Honest, insightful, timely, and its creators describe it as a combination of Fresh Air with Terry Gross and Amy Schumer. Read more

Culture

The total crimes committed in all St. Louis neighborhoods in 2018 is down six percent from 2017. Read more

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“I want it all to be a surprise,” says the comedian. Read more

Performing Arts

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

Meet some of the wolves the organization is working with at St. Louis’ 30th annual Earth Day festival on April 27 & 28 in Forest Park. Read more

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Photo by Akihiko Suda

The fan favorite is now the major league batting coach with his onetime team, Japan’s Orix Buffaloes. Read more

Sports

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Illustration by Peter Sucheski

Increasingly mild winters have caused the cold-intolerant invasive species to creep north. Read more

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

Meet Johnny “Lucky” McAteer, who's manned the bar at the popular Irish dining spot for 26 years. Read more

Dining

Along with teaching city children violence de-escalation tactics, activist group Ceasefire STL is writing legislation that would require anyone who brings a firearm into the state to catalog it. Read more

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