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Monica is a Colombian-American who has been living in Kansas for 15 years. This is her Colombian Story of Return which brought both shock and comfort.
Ximena experiences Colombia Travel Operator's SocialNnovation tour, which takes her from downtown Medellín to comuna 13.
An interview with Karla Bolivar, owner of A que te KB una arepa, to shed some light on what it's like to open and run a food truck in Medellín.
Cementerio Museo de San Pedro is best known for its “inhabitants,” its luxurious mausoleums and recently for its cultural agenda.
Thanks to hotter weather, an influx of tourism, and a publicity push by big clothing brands, more paisas are wearing shorts, a rarity just three years ago.
Ryan tells us about "The Two Escobars," a documentary about fútbol star Andres Escobar and his hopes for his country during a time of great struggle.
In John's final story on his observations of Medellín, he tells us about passive aggressiveness, xenophobia and making plans.
In order to better service readers, Medellín Living is adding seven new writers to contribute original stories over the next three months.
La Familia Naranja (Los Gringos de Envigado FC) is a soccer fan club created by foreigners to build local support for the Envigado FC soccer team.
Dave and Ryan share their picks for the best sushi in Medellín, restaurants ranging from Sushi Train in Poblado to Sushi House in Laureles.