A short story by The City Paper's literary contributor Jimmy Weiskopf for these quarantine days.
Illegal activities in National Parks is accelerating deforestation. Artisanal mining and cattle ranching among the environmental predators.
Two humanitarian missions involving "Júpiter" were not taken out the NASA playbook, but Colombian compassion for human and non-human species.
Constitutional lawyer Luis Domingo Gómez defends biodiversity regardless of size. After an Andean Bear was denied release from a Barranquilla zoo, this attorney remains on the defensive.
A recently released book looks at the architecture of Salamina and town that charms architects inspired by the Antioquia colonization.
Revered as a symbol of fertility by the Elders of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, a rare harlequin toad is the focus of a conservation/photography project.
As Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo reaches its first decade, director Ramiro Osorio talks about the company's excellence in performing arts and its anniversary 2020 line-up.
In southwest Colombia, illegal armed groups have killed community leaders of the Nasa indigenous community as they seize control of lucrative drug routes.
Two decades of artistic creation by Clemencia Echeverri is the subject of a retrospective at the Banco de la República’s Museum Miguel Urrutía (MAMU).
A scientific expedition carried out in the river basins of Puerto Abeja, Mesay and Cuñare has revealed more than 300 species inside this protected parkland.
Archaeologist María Alicia Uribe is in charge of conserving one of the most impressive gold collections in the world as director of Bogotá's Museo del Oro.
is the mainstreaming of mambe and other sacred plants and excuse to view the world through the prism of hallucinogens?
As Colombia's most influential environmentalist, Martín von Hildebrand is working to secure a massive biological corridor to guarantee the survival of the Amazon.
Jimmy Weiskopf examines the importance of mambe in indigenous cosmogeny in generating dreams both when asleep and awake.
As a key figure in Colombian contemporary art, Zapata spoke with The City Paper about a life dedicated to the hidden manifestations of the earth and uncompromising relationship with stone.
This month's mambe article explores the criminalization of an ancestral substance and misuse by those in search of its psychotropic effects.