The chef who went from Villain to Repented Vegan

Nicolás López's Villains in Bermudas is ranked among Latin America's Best. The spotlight now is on an informal bistro with some Argentine fare.

A French slave ship docks at Bogotá’s Gold Museum

The Museo del Oro's temporary exhibit A Bordo de un Navío Esclavista looks at the transatlantic slave trade on board La Marie-Séraphique.

British Council turns 80 in Colombia and takes next step in education

The British Council's presence in Colombia is the largest in the Americas and an achievement that took 80 years in the making. The focus is on the future.

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From Brighton to Bogotá, Martin Parr presents his Souvenir

Martin Parr of the Magnum photo agency captures both the banal and quotidian in his travel photography exhibit Souvenir at MAMU.

Remembering Gloria Zea: Colombia’s grand dame of culture (1935-2019)

Obituary: Gloria Zea will be remembered for her role at the Museum of Modern Art of Bogotá (Mambo) and for having founded Colombia's first opera company.

The Ópera de Colombia presents Madama Butterfly at Teatro Mayor

Puccini's Oriental love story Madama Butterfly, comes to the Teatro Mayor with an international cast.

FICCI looks at Latin America’s visual storytellers with focus on migration

March is film month in Colombia with Cartagena hosting the 59th edition of FICCI. Mendoza's Niña Errante (Wandering Girl) opens the film festival.

Interview with Jorge Orlando Melo: “Colombia is a field of research unto itself”

Jorge Orlando Melo covers plenty of historical terrain with Colombia and subject of his most recent book.

Colombia presents new travel campaign #YOVOY at Anato trade fair

The most important travel fair in Colombia opened Wednesday with the presentation of the government's new campaign to incentivize travel by Colombians in their country.

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.

Essay: Is Colombia “Trapped by the Impossible?”

Colombia defies all categorization as history has shown, explains Jimmy Weiskopf.

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