The new travel-based music series MUSIC VOYAGER features host Jacob Edgar exploring thriving, exotic global music scenes to discover emerging talent.
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Novel Approach: Gabrielle Bell draws from 'Truth'
There is a saying among writers, fiction and nonfiction alike, to draw from the truth.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Starbucks, Nespresso fight to fill Colombia to-go cups
Within a few weeks of each other, two of the biggest names in the business - Starbucks and Nespresso - set up shop in the country of 47 million [BOGOTA] Colombia is one of the world's top producers and exporters of coffee, but two international brands are nevertheless aiming to gain a foothold in the key Latin American market.
72 children reported missing amid Colombia soccer squad's homecoming celebration
Around 72 children were reported missing during the Colombian soccer squad's homecoming celebrations in Bogota on Sunday, according to the National Police director.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Post-production for Sylvania film
After three years of filming mostly in Bogota, Colombia and some in Sylvania, The Society , directed by local filmmaker Cap Averill II, concluded filming last year and is in the midst of post-production.
Norway to buy 21 mln emission reductions for 48 mln euros
Norway will buy 21 million U.N. backed certified emission reductions for an average price of 2.28 euros each in its international tender to purchase carbon offsets, said the financial institution in charge of the deal on Monday.
More Colombians trafficked for forced labour than sex work -report
An Ecuadorean penitent with chains on his feet participates in a Good Friday procession in Quito, April 9, 2004.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
S.C. Guard unit turns wrenches with Colombian army
Army Staff Sgt. Michael Abels, an equipment repairman in the 742nd Support Maintenance Company, S.C. National Guard, uses a translator application on his phone to describe the correct firing order for an armored security engine to maintenance personnel in the Colombian army.
Cebu's BRT hailed
The Bus Rapid Transit system to be implemented in Cebu has garnered praises from foreign and local advocates of democratized, sustainable, and environmentally-friendly transport systems, the Department of Transportation and Communications said Sunday.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Celebration brings visitors from all over
From Colombians to Cubans to Chester natives, Fourth of July revelers packed the streets and sidewalks of West Virginia's northernmost city on Friday to celebrate America's independence with parade floats, fireworks, music and rubber ducks.
The Miami Herald
American Dream lies within the pages
I arrived in the United States at the age of 7 from Bogota, Colombia, wearing a pink pant suit and holding the hands of my siblings as we deplaned at Miami International Airport.
Observations of a stratospheric aerosol veil from a tropical volcanic ...
Observations of a stratospheric aerosol veil from a tropical volcanic eruption in December 1808: is this the "Unknown" ~1809 eruption? Climate of the Past Discussions , Vol.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
An unfamiliar face of Colombia beams at World Cup
The euphoria in soccer-mad Colombia is deafening, and wonderfully contagious, ahead of today's do-or-die World Cup match against host Brazil.
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Colombia Gives Federal Workers Afternoon Off To Watch Soccer Match
A Colombia soccer fan holds up his dog and celebrates a goal against Uruguay as he watches the World Cup round of 16 match on TV with others in Bogota, Colombia on Saturday.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Fitch Affirms Maxseguros EPM Ltd's IFS Rating at 'BBB'; Outlook Stable
NEW YORK/BOGOTA, July 02 Fitch Ratings has affirmed Maxseguros EPM Ltd's Insurer Financial Strength rating at 'BBB'.
Hennessy and Pratt Reunite for 'Wild Rabbit' Competition
Writer Nancy Lazarus hops over to Pratt Manhattan Gallery for a creative collaboration between Pratt Institute and Hennessy V.S. Pratt Institute once again teamed with Hennessy for the "Wild Rabbit" contest.
12 Colombians accused of illegal business activities placed on US 'Clinton List'
The United States government has placed 12 Colombian nationals on a special list of suspected criminals prohibited from doing business with the US known as the "Clinton List," local media reported on Monday.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
DOTC eyes 'game-changing' Bus Rapid Transit system for Manila
The DOTC is now proposing a Manila BRT for the Quezon Circle-Manila City Hall route.