• Mummenshanz and more

    Mummenshanz and more


    By The City Paper Staff • Aug 4, 2015

    The Swiss hyper-surrealism theatre troupe Mummenschanz premieres this week at the Colón and the National Museum turns 192. ...

  • Colombia: Talking the “game”

    Colombia: Talking the “game”


    By Stephen Tew • Aug 4, 2015

    In Colombia, the sports commentary is almost as important as the game unfolding on the field. ...

  • Shaping Colombia’s digital future

    Shaping Colombia’s digital future


    By Jacqueline de Klerk • Jul 31, 2015

    Colombians are becoming more engaged with Apps in order to promote their businesses and help others get the download...

News »

Colombia: The “violence” report

Colombia: The “violence” report

by Jared Wade • July 13, 2015

A controversial report claims that Colombia is the least-peaceful nation in Latin America despite progress to contain violence. ...

Colombia: Peace at “lowest point”

Colombia: Peace at “lowest point”

July 7, 2015
by Richard Emblin

Synthetic Marijuana: A dangerous trend

Synthetic Marijuana: A dangerous trend

June 22, 2015
by The Mark News

An all-out peace “offensive”

An all-out peace “offensive”

June 8, 2015
by Alden Pyle

Business »

Infrastructure with equality

Infrastructure with equality

by Jared Wade • July 16, 2015

While Colombia advances with its “4G” infrastructure, the economy remains one of social inequalities. ...

Travel »

Guatapé: Rock of ages

Guatapé: Rock of ages

by Stephen Hide • July 24, 2015

Old mule tracks and a giant basalt rock are some of the attractions of Guatapé, Antioquia. ...

Features »

The caiman’s “cumbia”

The caiman’s “cumbia”

by Richard Emblin • July 28, 2015

If Elvis gave us Crocodile Rock, then Colombia the caiman’s cumbia. This species which has inspired music and popular legend is heading towards the...

Culture »

Mummenshanz and more

Mummenshanz and more

by The City Paper Staff • August 4, 2015

The Swiss hyper-surrealism theatre troupe Mummenschanz premieres this week at the Colón and the National Museum turns 192. ...

Opinion »

  • A photo “moment”

    Jul 8, 2015 • by Richard Emblin

    Despite negativism surrounding the current state of the peace talks with FARC, progress is being made on the lamdmine front. ...

  • Borrowed Money

    Jun 10, 2015 • by Richard McColl

    What can one expect in a state where political governance shows a heavy short-term bias that favours quick results...


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