• It takes a village

    It takes a village


    By Anna Vogt • Nov 28, 2014

    Many communities are a long way from any mention in a travel guide, but are a great reason to bask in the spirit of costeño culture...

  • Primi: As its name suggests

    Primi: As its name suggests


    By Richard Emblin • Nov 27, 2014

    From grilled fish to a tender osso bucco, Primi achieves many culinary firsts and makes the ‘Med’ fun again...

  • Breaking myths of Bogotá

    Breaking myths of Bogotá


    By Paul Hill • Nov 26, 2014

    Bogotá suffers from many negative perceptions despite a welcoming spirit to visitors. To enjoy this metropolis is to simply not ‘believe.’...

News »

Peace: A General obstacle

Peace: A General obstacle

by The City Paper Staff • November 24, 2014

The FARC's maximum commander "Timochenko" releases a statement in which he outlines the rebel's position on the Havana peace talks. ...

The Gorgona attack

The Gorgona attack

November 24, 2014
by The City Paper Staff

Portrait of a foreign fighter

Portrait of a foreign fighter

November 12, 2014
by The Mark News

Anger over “pirate” plaque

Anger over “pirate” plaque

November 5, 2014
by The City Paper Staff

Business »

A friendship ‘taxed’

A friendship ‘taxed’

by Alden Pyle • November 25, 2014

After the recent tax dispute between Colombia and Panama regarding "off-shore" assets, a national debate may start over what price for peace. ...

A critical time for oil

A critical time for oil

October 15, 2014

Travel »

It takes a village

It takes a village

by Anna Vogt • November 28, 2014

Many communities are a long way from any mention in a travel guide, but are a great reason to bask in the spirit of costeño culture...

Features »

Flight of the ‘Lauras’

Flight of the ‘Lauras’

by Nick Bayly • November 22, 2014

Every year a migration spectacle occurs in Colombia's skies when 20,000 'Lauras' escaping the onset of winter head south. ...

The legend that is Nereo

The legend that is Nereo

October 26, 2014

Culture »

FIABCI award for Colón

FIABCI award for Colón

by The City Paper Staff • November 27, 2014

The Teatro Colón received the FIABCI award for its restoration work lead by architect Max Ojeda. ...

Colón: November strings

Colón: November strings

November 26, 2014

Premiere: ‘Orfeo’

Premiere: ‘Orfeo’

November 26, 2014

Opinion »

  • Our food autonomy

    Oct 28, 2014 • by Richard Emblin

    Willing to pay a little extra to support local agriculture? Food autonomy is essential for the well-being of this nation. ...

  • Return to freelance

    Oct 21, 2014 • by Richard McColl

    Working in Colombia's public sector requires more than a survival guide on office culture and insider politics. ...

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