Published July 21, 2017

Too Much Money

The biggest heist in the history of St. Louis started out as a slick caper—and fell into comedy.

St. Louis Magazine
Published July 20, 2017

Paws of War

How support dogs are helping veterans with PTSD recover

St. Louis Magazine
Published July 20, 2017

“Do You Have Kids?”

What it’s like to live in the family-friendliest city in the country—without children

St. Louis Magazine
Published June 21, 2017

The story behind the Valentine’s Mansion

James Clemens Jr. built the villa in 1858 in honor of his deceased wife.

Sara Kaiman
Published June 15, 2017

Forgotten lessons from the 1917 East St. Louis race riots

A century ago, a tragic series of events in East St. Louis set the stage for a national movement—yet today, few people remember the horror.

St. Louis Magazine
Published May 25, 2017

Transgender St. Louisans create a home for their own

The Trans Queer Flat offers refuge for people who might otherwise be homeless.

Katelyn Mae Petrin
Published May 18, 2017

Beyond the Margins

A veteran journalist runs away with the circus. 

By Robert Duffy, Photography by Whitney Curtis