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.
At its gala award ceremony, football's governing body recognized the Medellín team for its compassionate response.
It’s all fun and dance from January to mid year as Colombia rolls out its exhaustive fiesta calendar. Take your pick on which party suits you best.
While teachers provide the tools to learn a foreign language, the English language is full of pitfalls for even the most tested of linguists.
A detour on an Antioquian road reveals a region suspicious of outsiders, yet willing to guide you out of darkness.
While Europeans have long been drinking cider in pubs, the sweet apple-based delight is only now catching on in Colombia due to the hard work of a few pioneers.
Colombia's capital and several destinations are so high up in the mountains that visitors may need to take a few extra breaths.
Vivenza offers comfortable retirement options for seniors interested in living the good life just a few miles from Colombia's capital.
Between entrepreneurs and retirees, Colombia is booming with expats who seek a high quality of life at an affordable cost compared to home.
All but forgotten in Bogotá, the town of his death, football coach Jack Greenwell finally got the recognition he deserves in his hometown.