Sam Mednick

Sam Mednick

A Canadian based in Barcelona, Sam has worked as a freelance journalist for more than 10 years. Her work has taken her to places such as Ghana, Niger, Fiji, Argentina, Israel, Lebanon, Greece, Turkey, Uganda and Panama amongst others. In addition to Verge, Sam’s work has been published in USA Today, VICE Magazine, the Advocate and She also hosts Barcelona’s only English radio show and writes a weekly coaching column for Barcelona’s Metropolitan Magazine.

August 30, 2016

A Duty to Care

Are ad-hoc volunteers helping or hindering refugee relief efforts in Greece?
Top Five Hardest Things to Grasp When Learning Flamenco (but don’t be fooled, none of it is really easy)
Anyone can learn to dance flamenco. It just depends on how easily you can put aside your pride.
June 19, 2009

Be-witched in Ghana

For North Americans, witchcraft is the stuff of books and movies. But in Ghana, its existence is undisputed. The question is what to do about it.


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