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Steph Zimmerman

Before joining St. Louis Magazine in 2015 as digital media manager, Steph worked at St. Louis Public Radio and the Pulitzer Arts Foundation. She has contributed graphic design, photo, video, and/or written content to NPRRiverfront TimesEleven Magazine, and Gluten Free & More magazine. She received her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis' Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, and has attended artist residencies in Vermont and Finland.

Contact Steph Zimmerman via email at szimmerman@stlmag.com or on Twitter @StephZimmerman3For more from St. Louis Magazine, subscribe or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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On Wednesday evening, several hundred people temporarily blocked traffic on Brentwood Boulevard in protest of ex-cop Jason Stockley's acquittal. more

News

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Several properties, including St. Louis mayor Lyda Krewson's home, were damaged, and police deployed tear gas and pepper balls at demonstrators. more

News

You may have noticed things looking a little different around here. more

SLM Updates

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The new mayor on crime, community, and critics more

Politics

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Yurt, anyone? more

Travel

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The city hasn't seen a Republican candidate in Room 200 in nearly 70 years, but Krewson is still preparing for a competitive race. more

Politics

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If history's any indication, Krewson will likely be the next mayor of St. Louis. more

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Staff photographer Kevin A. Roberts shares the stories behind some of the past year's most memorable images. more

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Carolyn O'Neill, an ocularist based in Brentwood, has been making artificial eyes for more than 30 years. more

, Health

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A proposed measure to expand the conditions that medical marijuana can treat in Missouri was just 23 signatures short of making last week's ballot. But that doesn't mean pro-marijuana groups have given up. more

, Health

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The Carr Square Community Center, one of the locations hosting a special redo election for the 5th Ward Commiteeman seat race, experienced technical difficulties and complaints of voter intimidation. more

Politics

Currently, an individual's condition must reach a critical level before Missouri will cover some of the most effective treatments available. more

News

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Winning the increasingly tight Missouri race could give Democrats a chance take the majority in the U.S. Senate. more

Politics

Still deciding how to celebrate All Hallows' Eve? Here are a dozen options. more

Culture

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New development will include an office building, a luxury apartment high-rise, and additional entertainment space. more

Sports

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The hashtag inspired thousands of tweets that combined Trump's language with quotes and concepts from classic novels. more

Politics

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"It's a very safe campus," said one Trump advocate. "Everyone is very friendly, but I do sometimes get looks when I wear the hat." more

Politics

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On Sunday, the university hosting the presidential debate set up an area on campus to allow a range of voices "to peacefully exercise their freedom of speech." Sixteen speakers participated throughout the evening. more

Politics

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Snyder was shot early in the morning on October 6 in Green Park. more

News