OAK Ahumado: A feast smoked by “The Beast”

A new restaurant in Bogotá's Quinta Camacho pays tribute to the art of smoking meat. Behind a meeting of two culinary worlds is “The Beast” fired by certified woods.

Botero’s Bird of Peace flies from Presidential Palace to National Museum

Fernando Botero's "Bird of Peace" has a new home in the National Museum of Colombia. The work was donated by the Colombian artist to show solidarity with the peace process.

Magnitude 5.2 earthquake rattles central Colombia Thursday morning

A strong 5.2 magnitude earthquake rattled central Colombia early Thursday morning. The earthquake was felt with intensity in the capital Bogotá.

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Esto tiene arreglo? Gold Museum presents beauty in the broken

Many artifacts have more anthropological value once they are broken, and the focus of the Gold Museum’s latest exhibition.

Editorial: Showing our true colors

On the eve of the final match of FIFA World Cup Russia, Colombia may have been ousted too early, but the tournament gave us great moments and plenty of social media vitriol.

Felipe Aljure named FICCI artistic director as industry experts attend BAM

The acclaimed Colombian film director Felipe Aljure has been named the artistic director of FICCI. The announcement comes as film experts participate in Bogotá Audiovisual Market (BAM).

Colombia and Kosovo: In the name of reconciliation

After Colombians recently elected their first post-conflict president, Kosovo's attempt at reconciling its ethnically diverse population is an important lesson for the South American nation.

Colombia classifies for knockout round in World Cup after 1-0 win over Senegal

A goal by defender Yerry Mina in the second half of the final match in Group H has secured Colombia's place in the knockout round of the Russia World Cup.

Colombian Elections 2018: Candidates reach for some sort of center

On Sunday June 17, many Colombians will abstain from casting their ballot in the runoff election between right-wing candidate Iván Duque and leftist Gustavo Petro.

Opinion: Honor victims of the cartels, not victimizers

Netflix's mini-series Narcos reinforces a stereotype that Colombia is a nation of drugs and cocaine traffickers. Medellín's mayor wants to clean up this image.

Editorial: Reason, not populism, as Colombia’s political landscape shifts

High voter turn out during Sunday's legislative elections shows a trend towards backing rightwing candidates as Colombians challenge the peace process and second term of Santos.

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