James Beard Publication of the Year 2017
Pablo Medina Uribe
is a multimedia journalist and writer based in New York and Bogotá
The unlikely journey of one man from Syria to Bogotá.
Canelazo is used for energy, warmth, comfort and sometimes even to battle out a cold.
A Bogotano’s guide to getting around, avoiding “carrot hour,” and the many right ways to eat ajiaco. (Just don’t forget your jacket.)
After rejecting a historic peace deal, Colombia remains a nation divided.
Copa América gives the world everything it could handle: dramatic comebacks, shocking suspensions, and acts of idiocy and manslaughter off the pitch.
Why is one of the greatest players in Colombian history also one of the most controversial? The answer may lie in the color of his skin.
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