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St. Louis Sage

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

The St. Louis Sage reflects on the story behind the King of Horror—and his culinary talents. more

St. Louis Sage

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

George Wood-Smith's architectural wonder once stood on the river bluffs near Bee Tree Park. more

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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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Illustration by Britt Spencer

You knew St. Louis was German: the beer and sausage, the stern but glorious churches, those cool old Turnverein gyms in the city… But the Donauschwaben have a special, darker story, their name carved of necessity from the atrocities they suffered. more

St. Louis Sage

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Well, it’s part nature, part culture, and part…pollution. more

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

Unraveling the complex history of the mysterious statue. more

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

The St. Louis Sage revisits the lore surrounding the famous sandbar, once the site of dramatic duels. more

St. Louis Sage

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Police grumbled to reporters about their inability to nab “the only woman bookmaker in the city." more

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Unearthing the mystery of how a big pile of their bones ended up in an urban cave in St. Louis city. more

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

It's a story that stretches back to before the construction of the interstate system. more

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

Did the classic holiday poinsetta have its origins here? The question's simple—but the answer turns out to be rather complicated. more

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The Tivoli, The Fox, or the Hi-Pointe Theatre? more

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Short answer: yes. Schottzie's Bar & Grill has been making them for years, and they're delicious. more

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Short answer: no. But the most important kindergarten may have been here. more

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“The Wainwright would become the common ancestor to every tall building that followed," says Andrew Wanko, public historian at the Missouri History Museum. more

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St. Louis Sage investigates the role of beer at Busch Stadium. more

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The Sage offers his street smarts. more

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St. Louis Sage remembers the legend. more

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

Convention dates the birth of St. Louis Magazine to 1963, but St. Louis Sage remembers an earlier version. more

St. Louis Sage

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

Maybe, maybe not—but the evidence is compelling. more

St. Louis Sage

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

The St. Louis Sage reflects on the story behind the King of Horror—and his culinary talents. more

St. Louis Sage

stlouis_castleruins.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

George Wood-Smith's architectural wonder once stood on the river bluffs near Bee Tree Park. more

St. Louis Sage

stl_mickeymouse.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

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

St. Louis Sage

Unknown.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

You knew St. Louis was German: the beer and sausage, the stern but glorious churches, those cool old Turnverein gyms in the city… But the Donauschwaben have a special, darker story, their name carved of necessity from the atrocities they suffered. more

St. Louis Sage

sage_june.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

Well, it’s part nature, part culture, and part…pollution. more

St. Louis Sage

may18-sage.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

Unraveling the complex history of the mysterious statue. more

St. Louis Sage

peccaries.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

Unearthing the mystery of how a big pile of their bones ended up in an urban cave in St. Louis city. more

St. Louis Sage

Unknown.png

Illustration by Britt Spencer

Did the classic holiday poinsetta have its origins here? The question's simple—but the answer turns out to be rather complicated. more

St. Louis Sage

Unknown.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

The Tivoli, The Fox, or the Hi-Pointe Theatre? more

St. Louis Sage

web_brains.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

Short answer: yes. Schottzie's Bar & Grill has been making them for years, and they're delicious. more

St. Louis Sage

Unknown.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

Short answer: no. But the most important kindergarten may have been here. more

St. Louis Sage

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

“The Wainwright would become the common ancestor to every tall building that followed," says Andrew Wanko, public historian at the Missouri History Museum. more

St. Louis Sage

Unknown.jpg

Illustration by Britt Spencer

St. Louis Sage investigates the role of beer at Busch Stadium. more

St. Louis Sage

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

St. Louis Sage remembers the legend. more

St. Louis Sage

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

Convention dates the birth of St. Louis Magazine to 1963, but St. Louis Sage remembers an earlier version. more

St. Louis Sage

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

Maybe, maybe not—but the evidence is compelling. more

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The drink’s creator, “Professor” Jerry Thomas, was head bartender at the legendary Planter’s House Hotel. more

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Learn the story behind the light displays that attract up to 2,500 people during holiday nights. more

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Not exactly. more

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