Each year, Cartagena’s Hay Festival – the iconic celebration of literature, art, cinema and music – draws intellectuals and artists from a wide array of disciplines. Carolina Morales reports from this year’s event.
Phoebe Hopson provides some tales of expats on the Colombian dating scene who have learnt the hard way how cultural differences can get in the way of love.
From free concerts in the park to top class international art fairs, you can be sure there won’t be a dull moment this year in the capital. Laura Brown shares some of her top entertainment picks for what to do in Bogotá in 2017.
Nobel Peace Laureates will gather in the capital for the world’s leading peace conference. Madeline Walsh finds out who’s coming and what they are going to be talking about.
From industrially produced crisps to fancy dishes in restaurants, Jazid Contreras looks into the rising appeal of native potato species that have existed for millennia around the city.
There is something intrinsically Colombian about the explosive sport of tejo. Ángela Forero-Aponte goes beyond the gunpowder and alcohol to understand more about this unique activity with roots that go back to pre-colonial times.
Thinking about revamping your wardrobe for the new year? Bogotá fashion expert Monica Valbuena is on hand to give us the inside scoop on some of the hot trends expected to hit the streets this year.
December saw a spectacular inauguration to the year of France Colombia, with a light show that paid tribute to Lyon’s famous ‘Fête des Lumières.’ The impressive animations marked the first of over 400 events that will take place in the two countries throughout 2017.
I am the son of politically exiled Chileans, which means there lies a particularly sad nostalgia in watching a movie like Neruda. It tells the story of a tragic history that I never suffered directly, even though I lived in the shadow of its consequences.
This is a film for all the romantics, dreamers and artists out there, for those whose heart has been broken, for those who have...