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Sarah Kloepple

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Associate editor Sarah Kloepple grew up in St. Louis before attending journalism school at the University of Missouri-Columbia. There, she served as an education reporter for the Columbia Missourian and as a digital editor for Vox Magazine. During her summers off from Mizzou, she interned at such local publications as ALIVE Magazine, St. Louis Magazine, Feast Magazine, and Ladue News. At SLM, she edits and contributes to the online blogs for News, Family, Style, and Dining. She also contributes monthly to SLM in print. Outside of work, she likes to lose track of time at the public library, catch movies at the Hi-Pointe, and run (or, let's be honest, jog very slowly) through Forest Park.

Contact Sarah Kloepple by email at skloepple@stlmag.com or on Twitter @skloep. For more from St. Louis Magazine, subscribe or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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