Bogotá Audiovisual Market (BAM): Nine years raising the curtain on film

Bogotá Audiovisual Market (BAM) is the most important gathering of film industry professionals in the country, and for the ninth edition, Spain is guest of honor.

Palomino to get “Colombia Clean” with sustainable tourism initiative

As part of a government initiative to keep Colombia's tourism destinations clean from plastic and other man-made waste, #ColombiaLimpia heads to the beach resort of Palomino.

A journey to the origin of Colombia’s arts and crafts

A new tourism route looks to connect visitors with unique arts and crafts while at the same time promoting stunning destinations in Colombia.

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O Fortuna! Bogotá’s Teatro Mayor stages Orff’s epic Carmina Burana

Carl Orff's medieval masterpiece comes to the Teatro Mayor with a stunning production interpreted by the Bogotá Philharmonic Orchestra and choruses.

Colombia’s Patrulla Aérea: On wings of hope

The flying doctors of Patrulla Aérea have been performing medical missions in the most remote regions of Colombia for more than a half century.

Colombia’s World Cup dream at risk after “draining” loss to Japan

Not all over yet for Colombia despite a heart-wrenching loss against Japan in World Cup opener. La Selección must win against Poland to have a chance to stay in Russia.

Luz, más luz! The return of a Latin American master to MAMU

A major photography exhibition at MAMU im Bogotá looks at the many facets of Leo Matiz's photography, from documentary to commercial. He also curated exhibitions by Latin American artists.

The City Paper receives Colombia’s highest award in Communications

Colombia's English newspaper, The City Paper, was awarded Wednesday by the Colombian Government the Manuel Murillo Toro medal for Communications Merit and a decade of publishing.

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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