The acclaimed plant-based chef Matthew Kenney spoke with The City Paper of his latest vegan venture, the opening of Makeout in the Colombian capital.
As a founding member of Defensa Civil Colombiana, Manuel Peña has coordinated complex operations under tragic circumstances.
Fish is the most celebrated meal in Colombia during Easter. As fish stocks become depleted, know which species can be eaten and the importance of size.
Five leading physicians spoke with The City Paper about how medical cannabis is helping health professionals deal with the symptoms often associated with terminal illness.
The leading restaurant group Takami, and host of ecologically minded chefs, are working to integrate small scale farmers in the food selection process.
Feel like trading in stressful Bogotá for a place in the sun? Santa Marta may be within your budget with sunsets included.
Colombia has qualified directly for Russia 2018 World Cup after a tie against Peru in Lima. Colombia is ranked fourth among the South American nations.
The Colombian national football team is down to the wire to secure its place in Russia 2018. The Selección must secure a victory in Lima on Tuesday.
Putting ethics above profit, individuality before clothes, is the Carlos POLITE way of design.
The occupational therapist Dr. Julia Harper comes to Bogotá to offer advice to parents and educators on how to nurture and inspire developing minds.
Innovative foodies, eco-chefs and a gallery invasion is changing the face of Chapinero.
As Colombia's cyclists endure the alpine stage of the Tour de France, the nation's flag will be raised in honor of the country's 207th Independence Day.
Looking for some salsa in your life? Break with monotony and transport yourself to a place that feels surreal. A night at El Bembé, perhaps?
Health authorities across the region fear a major outbreak of Yellow Fever. If traveling in Colombia, best be prepared.
Preserving the essence of its country of origin, Verdi is a family business transforming fique from a small town of weavers in Santander into works of unique design.
Writer Steve Hide follows the paper trail of his EPS in Colombia and offers us an inside guide on how to best deal with this bureaucratic octopus.