• The ‘Beatle’ of Boyacá

    The ‘Beatle’ of Boyacá


    By Richard Emblin • Apr 23, 2014

    The songs of the Carrangueros de Ráquira are steeped in rural nuance and storytelling. Jorge Velosa is the legendary composer of a band that made history...

  • Iraq: A different kind of legacy

    Iraq: A different kind of legacy


    By The Mark News • Apr 22, 2014

    Over a decade after the U.S invasion of Iraq, the embattled country is still experiencing sectarian violence and political instability on a daily basis. ...

  • Italian ‘corrientazo’ in Bogotá

    Italian ‘corrientazo’ in Bogotá


    By K.P. Attman • Apr 21, 2014

    There are Italian restaurants popping up over Bogotá ranging from pricey to inexpensive, and all inspired by old country recipes. ...

News »

Goodbye ‘Gabo’: 1927 – 2014

Goodbye ‘Gabo’: 1927 – 2014

by The City Paper Staff • April 17, 2014

Colombia’s literary giant, Nobel Prize winner Gabriel García Márquez, died Thursday April 17th in Mexico City at age ...

Pakistan: Navigating uncertainty

Pakistan: Navigating uncertainty

April 11, 2014
by The Mark News

Bogotá acid attacks

Bogotá acid attacks

April 8, 2014
by Hannah Matthews

Business »

Bringing Britain closer to Colombia

Bringing Britain closer to Colombia

by The City Paper Staff • April 10, 2014

Colombia - U.K relations have reached an historic moment for bilateral commerce and diplomacy...

A Colosa-l disaster?

A Colosa-l disaster?

March 14, 2014

Travel »

Villa de Leyva “extreme”

Villa de Leyva “extreme”

by The City Paper Staff • April 11, 2014

Heading to Villa de Leyva? Catch an ancient music festival and an endurance BMX race by Andes Epic. ...

Features »

A life’s work on ‘Gabo’

A life’s work on ‘Gabo’

by Edward Davey • April 20, 2014

With the passing of Gabriel García Márquez April 17th, The City Paper reproduces a 2009 interview with the official biographer of 'Gabo', Gerald...

In defense of trees

In defense of trees

March 27, 2014

Culture »

The ‘Beatle’ of Boyacá

The ‘Beatle’ of Boyacá

by Richard Emblin • April 23, 2014

The songs of the Carrangueros de Ráquira are steeped in rural nuance and storytelling. Jorge Velosa is the legendary composer of a band that made...

Opinion »

  • Editorial: ‘Auspicious’

    Apr 14, 2014 • by Richard Emblin

    After six years as the only English language newspaper in Colombia we celebrate with you dear reader this milestone. ...

  • Conversation to friendship

    Apr 7, 2014 • by Linda Mason

    Listening, more than talking can often help build healthy and stronger relationships. ...

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