• Table at Upper Side

    Table at Upper Side


    By Richard Emblin • Aug 20, 2014

    From fascinating Gins and to insatiable cheesecake, Upper Side is a very New York dining experience. ...

  • The plight of the ‘objectors’

    The plight of the ‘objectors’


    By Anna Vogt • Aug 19, 2014

    Conscientious objectors face legal limbo in a country where “to serve” means getting access to education and formal employment...

  • Guajira: Drought and corruption

    Guajira: Drought and corruption


    By Richard Emblin • Aug 16, 2014

    As an extended drought kills cattle and creates food and water shortages, La Guajira's crisis is also rooted in corruption. ...

News »

The plight of the ‘objectors’

The plight of the ‘objectors’

by Anna Vogt • August 19, 2014

Conscientious objectors face legal limbo in a country where “to serve” means getting access to education and formal employment...

Guajira: Drought and corruption

Guajira: Drought and corruption

August 16, 2014
by Richard Emblin

Peace talks: The sequel

Peace talks: The sequel

August 12, 2014
by The City Paper Staff

The inauguration of Santos

The inauguration of Santos

August 7, 2014
by Richard Emblin

Business »

Defining the trade agenda

Defining the trade agenda

by Richard Emblin • May 19, 2014

Santiago Rojas, Minister of Commerce, Industry and Tourism spoke about challenges facing the nation in a global marketplace...

Travel »

The guardian of Santa Marta

The guardian of Santa Marta

by Jacqueline de Klerk • August 1, 2014

An outcropping of rock facing Santa Marta has protected this town for centuries. Now the protagonist of the new movie, El Faro. ...

Archeologists are us!

Archeologists are us!

July 23, 2014

Features »

Carvajal: A life to live

Carvajal: A life to live

by Richard Emblin • July 31, 2014

After crossing the Atlantic alone in a rowing boat, Nicolas Carvajal is a Colombian who puts endurance to the test...

Paipa ‘De Origen’

Paipa ‘De Origen’

July 15, 2014

Culture »

Rock on… two decades!

Rock on… two decades!

by The City Paper Staff • August 15, 2014

One of the largest rock festivals in South America turns 20 this holiday weekend, and best of all, it's free! ...

Opinion »

  • A splash on the world’s stage?

    Jun 9, 2014 • by Richard McColl

    After more than 30 years of being divorced from the international tourism industry, Colombia needs to first convince Colombians of the potential. ...

  • Editorial: A burst of light

    May 29, 2014 • by Richard Emblin

    Although I should be writing about politics weeks before a run-off, it seems everyone has a story to tell with 'Gabo.' This is mine. ...

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