Tom Hart-Dyke’s lecture at Hay recalled his kidnapping in the Darién in 1999 and how orchids and humor saved his life.
Dr. Francisco Lopera found clues that could help uncover the causes of early-onset Alzheimer's and stop the disease.
An initiative by Medellín’s ‘Educational Parks’ looks to generate pride in the region’s coffee industry.
With a growing fan base thanks to a series of hit singles, ChocQuibTown are back with a new album which reaffirms their musical roots and love of the Chocó.
From whales to nanotechnology, pacemaker inventor Dr. Jorge Reynolds' passion for the heart saved millions of lives and inspired a nation.
Local activists recently closed El Cocuy mountain after a football was kicked around on an endangered glacier. Now many are wondering when, or if, this National Park will reopen.
Artist Ruby Rumié’s representation of palenqueras is art-psychology. Thirty exceptional women who contribute to the living patrimony of this nation are part of her latest photographic project "Tejiendo Calle."
American film producer Buck Allen presents a story based in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta at Sundance Film Festival.
Monika Bravo is a multi-disciplinary artist whose use of photographic engravings leads viewers through emotional landscapes.
Wade Davis has a long involvement with Colombia's Amazon, and this respected anthropologist believes the survival of ‘Peoples of the Anaconda’ is at stake.
Alejandra Borrero's work and creative life projects, including the Casa-E Social performance group, have helped thousands of Colombians heal from the scourge of sexual violence through visual and performing arts.
In the tribute to 'Gabo' the skies over Mexico were transformed into a flurry of butterflies crafted by Andrés Carne de Res.
The mystery of how an English nurse ended up in a Colombian gold mine has also revealed the existence of a cemetery for foreigners in El Pato.
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.
Angel Martinéz dedicated 20 years to looking for traces of the lost Panche culture, which flourished in the Magdalena valley.
The award-winning British photojournalist Malcolm Linton gave The City Paper a preview of his most recent essay: photographs of the final days of FARC.