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.
The “town versus gown” culture of university cities has paired Oxford with Manizales. Here, a tale of two cities united by higher education.
Vélez reaches vulnerable youth by combining melody with social media. A musician with a Christian message.
￼If you appreciate "salsa brava" and the authentic atmosphere of a Cali style 'gril' then hit the dancefloor at El Titicó.
Colombia's first sport will always be football, but North American football is gaining popularity with a handful of teams around the country.
Nine unmissable elements of being in “the know” and making a Novena night a memorable night.
Community radio plays an important role in broadcasting news in remote regions of Colombia, but also plays its part in peace building.
With the final matches of the World Cup still to go, enjoy the sporting spirit in Bogotá's best pubs.
Some 300 boarding schools affiliated with TABS showcase their campuses during a recruitment drive in Bogotá.
Apps are changing the way Colombians live and do business, and a bold government program helps newcomers get creative.
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?
Considered the "most successful football coach in Colombian history, Argentina's José Pékerman's days with La Selección are numbered.
Will Colombia be able to continue their success from the World Cup and show they are more than just exciting contenders?
In the new year foreigners make the decision to move to a new city. How to budget for a Bogotá move?
The City Paper presents seven clubs to shake up the New Year. From electronic beats to tropical rhythms, there's a dance hall and club to cater to your every step.
A chance encounter under the Caribbean heat of Cartagena sparked a 20-year international romance.