Israel-Gaza Conflict: 1,200 Dead

Attempts at a ceasefire on both sides of the Gaza-Israeli conflict suffered another setback, as Hamas continued its salvos, while Israeli airstrikes kill combatant...

Don’t stop the party

Bogota’s new law permitting bars to stay open until 5am sounds like every clubber’s dream, but is it a recipe for disaster? It’s Saturday night,...

Happy Birthday La Republica!

Colombia celebrates 204 years of Independence in full military fashion  Thousands of police, soldiers and other military personnel were out in full force in Bogota...

Fear and Loathing in Cabo

Charlotte Ryan discovers that getting to Cabo de la Vela, one of Colombia’s most tucked-away tourist locations, is not as easy as it seems “Shit!”...
bicycle maintenance

2 Wheels Good

Oli Prichard takes an innuendo-laden ride into the world of Zen and the Art of Bicycle Maintenance... All my furniture can be disassembled and reassembled...

Roller Derby rocks

As Colombia prepares for the 2014 Roller Derby, the Bogota Post takes a look at the sport. Have you ever heard of Roller Derby? Known...

Bogotá’n Tomic

Bernard Tomic took the crown in the second edition of the Claro Open ATP tennis tournament in Bogotá on Sunday July 20. He beat reigning...

Football Shorts

A round-up of the latest Colombian football news Colombia’s impressive performance at the World Cup has left its mark on the international football transfer market...
Bogota AudioVisual Market

Wham BAM, thank you Bogotá!

In this BAM Special, the Bogotá Post goes behind the scenes of the Colombian movie business Plus, hear about BAM and the film industry from the...

Starstruck: Three Stages Of Grief

Starbucks have decided to sell ice to the eskimos: and Luisa Leon wonders why Colombians are queuing for the privilege   When I first saw images...

First Colombian Starbucks

The world’s largest coffee chain sparks debate as it opens its doors for the first time in the capital By Steven Grattan Almost a year after...

Fears over new FARC offensive

Amid attacks on power lines, an aqueduct and a series of bombings, army repositions troops By Steven Grattan An eruption of FARC attacks in the past...

Copy-Wrong

Andres Izquierdo takes a look at the Colombian Audiovisual Market in the New Digital Arena It’s a great time to be in music or film....

Cops Seize Ancient artifacts

By Laura Sharkey Colombian police last week discovered more than 800 archeological artifacts in the La Cruz municipality of Nariño Department, and three people were...

Report: Attacks Up

ELN has increased attacks as part of ‘strategy to enter peace talks’ By Mark Kennedy The Colombian guerrilla group the National Liberation Army (ELN) is stepping up...

Peace Talks ‘Can End’

But conflict victims still preparing to fly to Havana, Cuba and meet both FARC and Gov’t negotiators By Mark Kennedy The Colombian President said on...