A former journalist turned rare map collector , Timothée de Saint-Albin is generating new interest in Colombia’s patrimony and printed heritage.
￼Every year a migration spectacle occurs in Colombia's skies when 20,000 'Lauras' escaping the onset of winter head south.
Adopted from Colombia as a child, Santiago Jordaan returned to his tribal home in the Amazon to learn Huitoto traditions and share the experience with his fellow Dutch citizens.
The circus Felicity Simpson founded — Circo para Todos — is more than acrobatics. It’s an agent of social change.
Colombian photographer Carlos Pineda spent years documenting the art of chiva bus design in the coffee region to discover unique mandala designs.
With back to back performances lined up well into next year, Bogotá native Valeriano Lanchas is quickly becoming Colombia's biggest opera star.
Nasa's Kepler mission has discovered small habitable-sized planets . Has to time come to create new "homes" in our universe?
From whales to nanotechnology, pacemaker inventor Dr. Jorge Reynolds' passion for the heart saved millions of lives and inspired a nation.
is the mainstreaming of mambe and other sacred plants and excuse to view the world through the prism of hallucinogens?
A replica of Colombia's only black president is being displayed in Casa de Nariño, but the legacy of Juan José Nieto Gil remains one of abandonment and historical exclusion
Chiribiquete National Park has been proposed to UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage site. The largest of all protected parks in Colombia is also one of the most topographically diverse.
Colombian film director Henry Rincón's debut feature "Pasos de Héroe" takes on the poignant theme of children landmine victims.
In a letter, one prominent businessman recalls how we has sold into captivity and endured 10 months as an "economic prisoner" of the Colombian guerrilla.
Andrew Crawford is Associate Professor of Biology at Los Andes University. He spoke with The City Paper about the multiple threats facing Colombia's "Kermits."
As the country celebrates 200 years of Independence, The City Paper follows the trail of the Liberator from Tame in Arauca, through Casanare, and into the mountains of Boyacá.
Did Israeli's Netanyahu precipitate the reconciliation of rival Palestinian factions after suspending peace talks?