Los Niños Telepáticos are a very Bogotano band, and a perfect choice to open Festival Estéreo Picnic. We talked about contrasts in life and music, as well as the festival itself.
Bogotá to go facemask-free as the return to normality continues.
Landmark decision means women in Colombia can now terminate a pregnancy up to the 24th week.
As the pandemic hit hard, one local resident of Medellín's Santo Domingo neighborhood stepped up.
Facing legal challenges, former governor of Antioquia Sergio Fajardo speaks with The Bogotá Post about his aspirations of becoming Colombia's next president.
Indigenous people deserve thoughtful solutions to their problems, not to be used as pieces in a political game.
We speak to the founder of a refuge that houses some of the city's worst treated abandoned animals.
The Bogotá Post interviewed Colombian pre-presidential candidate Federico Gutiérrez, discussing international politics, the peace process, and his key goals if he makes it to the Presidency.
The Bogotá Post went to La Trocha, a craft beer joint run by female ex-FARC combatants, to sample some suds.
The National Health Institute identified the first three cases of Omicron in Colombia.
Image courtesy of Kiwibot Walking down the streets of the El Poblado district in Medellín during the pandemic,...
Jon Gutierrez in SANTI. Image courtesy of the filmmakers. For decades, Colombia has been swallowed by stereotypes...
From December 14 you’ll need a negative PCR test or a vaccine certificate to enter Colombia.
Image Courtesy El Pilón Catira speaks with the strength of an adult woman, has the deep look of...
After four matches without scoring a goal, Colombia will receive Paraguay in Barranquilla on Tuesday. Can Colombia get on the winning path again?
Last month, Colombia kept Brazil on a draw in Barranquilla and became the first country in this South American World Cup qualification to take points away from the Seleção. What will Brazil vs Colombia have in store this time?