As US-Iran relations continue to make headlines, Stranger’s Guide: Tehran brings readers to the streets of a city few outsiders have had the opportunity to explore. Through new works from Dina Nayeri, Jason Rezaian, and a number of up-and-coming authors, the issue explores the public and private lives of residents of the Iranian capital. Go to a night of avant-garde theater where political discourse comes cloaked in artistic metaphor; journey with two sisters as they traverse the city to attend a soccer match for the first time; discover the generation gap between old revolutionaries and young students pushing for a new future. It’s a deep and nuanced look at this complex city.
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Stranger Sounds: Colombia
A Spotify playlist celebrating the musical universe that is Colombia
In the last decade Colombia’s global reputation has transformed from a country known primarily for armed conflict and drug trafficking to a sought-after tourist destination. In this guide, we offer an exciting and compelling window into this complex country. Go ...