5 recommendations to make the most of the Petronio Álvarez festival

How to make the best of the Petronio Álvarez pacific music festival? Read these recommendations and avoid any surprises in Cali.

Creative industries: Interview with Hugo Heppell, Head of Investments at Screen...

In a series of interviews with some of the UK's leading lights in the creative industry, we spoke to Hugo Heppell, Head of Investments at Screen Yorkshire.

11 top Bogotá restaurants to try this year

When it comes to dining out, Bogotá has something for everyone - whether you want fine dining and equally fine cocktails or some top notch Colombian fare.

Bringing clean water to Quibdó through rainwater harvesting

Water, water everywhere…but not a lot to drink. Despite being on the rainiest places on the planet, Colombia’s Chocó department has a serious lack of clean water. Here's how one group are working to fix it.

Monsieur Periné and others: Live from the stage to your screen

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.

Creative industries: Interview with Louise Jeffreys, Director of Arts at the...

In the first of a series of interviews with leading lights in UK creative industries, we speak to Louise Jeffreys, the Director of Arts at the Barbican who has a long history in theatre and opera.

Getting some biodiversity into your diet: gastronomic wealth in Colombia

Why gastronomy could be key to the future in Colombia.

Wrong use of Spanish language in the media: Don’t get me...

Spanish language in the media isn't always right. Photo: Elijah O'Donnell, Unsplash We all make mistakes when...

Colombian graffiti artist Ecks marks the spot

The very nature of street art means that, often, little is known about the artists behind it. The Bogotá Post had the pleasure of catching up with one of Bogotá’s most acclaimed street artists, Ecks, after he and his crew, Vertigo, returned from painting a six-storey mural in Amman, Jordan.

Film review: Utøya: July 22

Norwegian director Erik Poppe presents a fictional narrative that aims to depict a deadly act of domestic terrorism and the young lives it changed.