A man who lead by example and will be missed by many.
Art for Impact has a banknote-themed show and a timely reminder of the continuing crisis in Venezuela.
EPICO, which stands for Entrepreneurship, Product, Innovation, Community, and Outliers, is taking place in Bogotá this week.
How the controversial shooting of 16-year-old grafitero Diego Felipe Becerra in Bogotá 8 years ago led to allegations of a police cover-up.
City authorities are at last tackling illegal luxury houses in Bogotá's eastern hills as the bulldozers move in to Bagazal.
Jaime Garzón was assassinated on the streets of Bogotá 20 years ago today. Here we remember Colombia’s best-loved – and deeply missed – comedian.
Bogota’s Teatro Mayor is broadcasting a live stream of 10 of its top artistic performances via the platform TeatroDigital, which can be accessed from all corners of the world.
We speak to the Amigos de la Montaña, a people-power association trying to protect the city's eastern mountains, the Cerros Orientales.
The story of a scientific wunderkind comes to the Bogotá stage
Replacement vehicles promise a smoother TransMilenio. But will they bring less commuter misery – and fresher air – to one of the planet’s most congested cities?