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Category: ‘FrontPage’


A Ride To The Stars

May 1st, 2011 | By: randman | 4 Comments » | Posted in FrontPage, Tourism

The air felt crisp and fresh as I let go of the reins and turned to grab a beer out of my saddlebag. I popped the top and took a long swallow while underneath me my horses breathing started to slow as he relaxed after galloping the last few hundred yards to the top of […]

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Half a Miracle

April 28th, 2011 | By: Admin | No Comments » | Posted in FrontPage

Medellín’s rebirth is nothing short of astonishing. But have the drug lords really been vanquished?   Francis Fukuyama, Seth Colby | Foreign Policy May/June 2011   Fifteen years ago, a single mother named Libia Gomez converted part of her modest cinder-block house into a shop selling sundries ranging from pencils to toothpaste. The location was […]

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A View From the Top

April 23rd, 2011 | By: Admin | 2 Comments » | Posted in FrontPage

When we think of the hills overlooking a city, we often think of places like Beverly Hills. These locations, with their beautiful vistas and clean air, are the provinces of the privileged.   Those with the means escape the congestion and claustrophobia of the concrete jungle and live outside the city and, when possible, on […]


The Stigma of Medellin

January 1st, 2011 | By: Admin | 2 Comments » | Posted in FrontPage, Tourism

“Medellín Colombia”. Even the name carries a stigma. Simply saying it aloud and allowing it to linger in the air without further comment conjures images of sunglass- wearing drug kingpins, horrific news reports, elusive guerrillas, and bands of roving assassins terrorizing a population.

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