The Story of the Black President that Colombia Erased from its History
(06/10/2019) Colombia had a black president comparable to Barack Obama himself, whose legacy is still unknown in many spheres of…
The Black Musicians Who have Put Colombia on the Map
(5/29/2019) The members of the band Chocquibtown are from El Chocó, a region in the Colombian Pacific where biodiversity reigns,…
The Havana Biennale, a 500-Year-Old City Turned into an Open-Air Gallery
For a month, Havana has adopted a different look thanks to the Art Biennale or, perhaps, its inhabitants have managed…
Cienfuegos, the City Benny Moré Praised as his Favorite
Cienfuegos is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful cities in Cuba. It was dubbed “la Perla del Sur”…
Gastón Acurio: The Story Behind Peru’s Most Famous Chef
Gastón Acurio wanted a simple life: To open a single restaurant where he could share his passion for cooking with his…
Colombian Fashion Seeks Inspiration in the Country´s Ancestral Legacy
In the Emberá Chamí indigenous community, established in different regions of the Colombian mountain range, “chaquira” beadwork (bead weaving) is…
Jazzmeia Horn, a New Prodigy That Explores the African Roots of Jazz
With deep respect for Jazz classics, Horn has managed to create her own musical identity, indebted to her African roots.
Five Indie Bands that Set Trends in Latin America
With a strategy that puts its bet on social networks and “people-to-people comments”, Latin American indie bands are growing in numbers and international and regional visibility by means of such festivals as Vive Latino or Lollapalooza.
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