• Xarcuteria ‘cured’

    Xarcuteria ‘cured’


    By Richard Emblin • Oct 22, 2014

    With its authentic pastrami Reuben, to cured meats and sausages, Xarcuteria is a revelation in fun and comfort dining...

  • Crime and “perception”

    Crime and “perception”


    By The City Paper Staff • Oct 20, 2014

    A report released by the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce reveals interesting stats on how Bogotanos perceive insecurity and crime levels. ...

  • Bus strike in Bogotá

    Bus strike in Bogotá


    By The City Paper Staff • Oct 20, 2014

    Private bus operators went on strike Monday in Bogotá angered at the recent mobility legislation which extends the license plate restriction. ...

News »

“Timochenko” in Cuba

“Timochenko” in Cuba

by Richard Emblin • October 12, 2014

As reports surfaced that FARC's most senior commander alias 'Timochenko' had traveled to Cuba, the U.S reaffirmed Colombia's key status as a global ally. ...

Panama “tax haven” dispute

Panama “tax haven” dispute

October 9, 2014
by The City Paper Staff

No “secrets” in Havana

No “secrets” in Havana

September 25, 2014
by Richard Emblin

In defense of lawyers

In defense of lawyers

September 25, 2014
by Hannah Matthews

Business »

A critical time for oil

A critical time for oil

by Richard Emblin • October 15, 2014

A global oil glut is sending prices tumbling. As an oil producing nation, Colombia must drum up its cash reserves. ...

Breached by data

Breached by data

October 10, 2014

Travel »

Everyone’s a traveler

Everyone’s a traveler

by The City Paper Staff • October 16, 2014

Tourism around the world is increasing and Colombia is not alone. Record numbers of foreigners are traveling to regions once considered off-limits...

Features »

The ‘green fire’ fades

The ‘green fire’ fades

by Alden Pyle • October 14, 2014

After the death last year of emerald Czar Victor Carranza, a power struggle for control of this lucrative industry has broken out...

‘Temple’ of strange cures

‘Temple’ of strange cures

September 22, 2014

Culture »

October is ARTBO

October is ARTBO

by The City Paper Staff • October 13, 2014

The country’s largest art fair, ARTBO, opens its doors with an impressive showing of international galleries...

Wax Tailor at the Colón

Wax Tailor at the Colón

October 8, 2014

Opinion »

  • Colombian revisionism

    Sep 15, 2014 • by Richard McColl

    A peace negotiation requires some ceding. Can the Colombian government and guerrillas exude some humility regarding 50 years of conflict...

  • Ready for a challenge, Bogotá?

    Aug 25, 2014 • by Richard McColl

    Colombia's first city is gearing up to host a global summit in 2016. Can Bogotá showcase a spirit of tolerance and innovation...

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