Esteban Cortázar puts Colombia and its rich cultural diversity into his stunning fashion collections.
Playing for pesos is a reality many Venezuelan musicians face on the streets of Bogotá to survive with the economic collapse of their country.
The theme of January's edition of the International Music Festival of Cartagena is Celestial Harmony with invited guests John Eliot Gardiner and London's Philharmonia among others.
Invited to showcase gastronomy from Valle de Cauca at this year's charity food festival Alimentarte, Chef Catalina Vélez makes healthy food her crusade.
Netflix and director José Padilha revisit a bloody chapter in Colombia's history with the new prime time series Narcos.
Scientist Henry Arellano thinks deforestation is driving climate change, and he's measuring thousands of Colombian trees to prove it.
Writer Alden Pyle spends time in the Magdalena River valley and gets a snapshot of the Colombian reality, removed from the large cities.
A 90-year old artisan from Guane, Santander, is the last member of an indigenous community to elaborate pre−Columbian pottery.
As the founder of Kaishi Travel, Andrés Delgado is relentless in his quest for sustainability and helping communities improve their tourism standards.
An accomplished artist, the lifelike paintings of Miles McMullan are key to novice and professional birders.
With the approaching whale watching season, one local NGO sets an example with its sustainable, community-led tourism.
Alex von Loebell came to Colombia to help the family farm. Now he runs BioPlaza, health food stores leading a food revolution.
At the Humboldt Institute, Brigitte Baptiste is committed to preserving Colombia’s biodiversity.
With two major releases, Afro-Colombian actress Karent Hinestroza is one of the nation's fastest rising young stars.
As a key figure in Colombian contemporary art, Zapata spoke with The City Paper about a life dedicated to the hidden manifestations of the earth and uncompromising relationship with stone.
Héctor Buitrago is lead guitarist and composer of a band which gave Bogotá its voice. For 20 years Aterciopelados have been on a musical crusade.