Futurible: Raising environmental awareness with Colombia’s youth

The third symposium of Futurible takes place May 21 at Gimnasio Moderno in Bogotá with special guest, singer-songwriter Andrés Cabas.

Walking Bogotá’s Avenida Chile: Banks, booklets and brunches

The Calle 72 is the “Wall Street of Bogotá” but universities, book merchants and a vibrant gastro zone have flourished in this former suburb.

FARC’s Santrich rearrested after suicide attempt in Bogotá’s La Picota

FARC's former peace negotiator and member of the Secretariat has been released from La Picota after a suicide attempt.

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JEP and Colombia’s judicial meltdown explained

The decision by a special peace tribunal to release a former FARC commander accused of drug trafficking threatens to end the extradition agreement between Colombia and the U.S

Vladdo in the Museum of Modern Art of Bogotá

A thought-provoking exhibition at MamBo presents works by the visceral illustrator Vladdo.

ARTBO Weekend: Galleries galore and plenty of contemporary art in Bogotá

With five circuits and 67 participating exhibition spaces, the third edition of ARTBO Weekend takes place in Bogotá, May 17 to 19.

El Piedra: Boxing, bling and Bazurto mark Martínez’s cinematic debut

The poignant feature El Piedra tells the story of a jaded boxer and a street kid in Cartagena with honesty and humanity.

Clever Leaves and the intelligent business of medicinal cannabis from Colombia

Legality and social responsibility are corporate pillars for the rapid growth of the Colombian-owned medicinal cannabis company Clever Leaves.

National Dance Company of Spain brings Carmen to the Colón stage.

To mark the end of Foco Cultural España-Colombia year, the National Ballet Company of Spain is putting on their landmark production of Bizet's Carmen at the Colón theatre.

Testament of a Nation: Pedro Nel Gómez at the National Museum

Compared to Mexico's Diego Rivera, Pedro Nel Gómez used murals for creating a national identity, and subject of the National Museum's latest exhibition.

Editorial: From a border to broader chaos

Colombia's Iván Duque has waged foreign policy capital on regime change in Venezuela. But, the arrival of Russian military experts to back Maduro will extend the migrant crisis and geopolitical stalemate.

A letter to Roger Waters from this side of the Moon

Roger Waters' tirade against the Venezuela Live Aid concert organized by Richard Branson seems incongruous with the lyrics of this humanist, poet, rock star.

Short story: Poshlost or Masterpiece?

Installment of author Jimmy Weiskopf's portrayal of literary anti-heroes.

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