The Colombian writer and journalist Mario Mendoza talks about gritty realism, literature, protests, and the pandemic.
We talk to some of the people involved in a new exhibition that highlights the many barrios on the outskirts of the city that lack basic infrastructure.
Our regular column that gives a snapshot of Bogotá life takes us to the plaza outside Gran Estación.
Colombia will act as a transit hub for Afghan migrants on their way to the US. But details are thin on the ground.
Medellín is by far one of the most talked about cities in Latin America. Most tourists are fascinated by the radical change...
Stumbling upon a musical performance is not uncommon in Colombia's second-largest city, Medellín. But hearing Puccini’s La bohème in the tranquil corners...
If you live in Granizal -- an isolated neighborhood on the northern outskirts of Medellín -- contracting an infection, suffering from a...
A virtual tour lets you travel the world without worrying about Covid tests or quarantines. We speak to a Bogotá guide about how it works.
Nick Kipley is a writer living in Colombia. This is his account of Colombian Independence Day protests in the southwestern city of Popayán.
Independence day protests in Colombia unfolded peacefully for the most part as thousands took part in marches and other events.