Liz Miller

Writer

Liz Miller is a writer, editor and St. Louis native who loves nothing more than chasing down a good story. Much of her journalism career so far has been focused on writing and editing stories about the vibrant and innovative food and beverage scene in St. Louis, including during her time as managing editor of the Riverfront Times and as editor in chief of Feast MagazineHer feature writing has won awards and nominations from the Association of Food Journalists, Folio Magazine and the Great Plains Journalism Awards. In 2015, Liz was honored with a “30 Under 30” award by Folio, a national leader in magazine and digital publishing, alongside 29 other reporters and editors across the country. In the past decade, Liz has written hundreds of profiles of people and projects impacting St. Louis, and sharing those stories with readers is what inspires her work every day.

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Contributions


Brewing Community

St. Louis brewers find new ways to connect with beer lovers and continue their businesses during the pandemic.

Breaking Barriers

The Tran family risked everything to emigrate from Vietnam to the United States four decades ago. Forged through sacrifice and sweat…

St. Louis, Together

How #314Together transformed from a pandemic relief Facebook group to an inspiring movement supporting local small businesses.

History’s Heroes

Amid the COVID-19 virus, the Missouri Historical Society is sharing the resilience of St. Louis by exploring the city’s past…

Period Positive

Even during a pandemic, the St. Louis Alliance for Period Supplies is getting essential period products to people in need.

Friends in Knead

At Knead Bakehouse + Provisions, AJ and Kirsten Brown Rise to Meet Changing Needs During the Pandemic.

Come One, Come All

Circus Harmony Launches Free Online Classes for All Ages and Skill Levels.

Novel Tees

In St. Peters, Shirt Kong is Screenprinting T-Shirts to Support Small Businesses throughout the Metro Area.

Growing Together

EarthDance Organic Farm School Hosts Pay-What-You-Can Drive-Thru Farm Stand in Ferguson.

Coffee for a Cause

How Sump Coffee is Fueling Health Care Providers on the Front Lines.

Download, Dine, Donate

Washington University graduate Andrew Glantz is giving back to the St. Louis community with his app, GiftAMeal.

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