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    Brazilian Painter Simone Sarmet in Solo Show at the Consulate of Brazil in SF
    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Brazilian artist Simone Sarmet will enchant San Francisco with her solo exhibit "Aero" at the Consulate General of Brazil in San Francisco, located at 300 Montgomery Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94104,...
  • Texas Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
    Texas Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is takin' care of business
    The popularity of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu around the world is nothing short of a martial art phenomenon. A three-way combination of martial art, combat sport and a self-defense system, one of the most recognized systems of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is...
  • Sizzling meat on swords is enough said at Samba Brazilian Steakhouse & Bar
    Samba Steakhouse & Bar: Feeding the carnivore inside
    Although World Cup 2014 has concluded in Brazil, there are several things Brazilians can be happy about: the World Cup was a successful event, the Argentinians didn't win, and Brazilian BBQ received a bit more attention worldwide. The latter...
  • Brazil's World Cup (2014)
    Brazil's World Cup (2014)
    This is possibly a tragedy waiting to happen. Brazil never should have been granted permission to hold the World Cup. Brazil was not financially stable enough to have put this on. The opening ceremonies opened the Cup yesterday. With the wonderful...
  • Emy Tseng sings at the Metropolitan Room
    Emy Tseng brings warmth to Metropolitan Room
    Emy Tseng made her debut performance at Manhattan's Metropolitan Room on Saturday, May 3. With her were Q Morrow on guitar, bassist David Jernigan, Lyle Link on sax & flute, and drummer Vanderlei Pereira. Tseng was in New York celebrating...
  • Gabby Egito
    Brazilian filmmaker wins award at Worldfest Houston
    Brazilian filmmaker Gabby Egito just added the seventh award to her career in America. Last Saturday, she received the Gold Remi for her short film “Stuffed” at Worldfest Houston, the third oldest film festival in the U.S.. Same...
  • Flyer da Feijoada
    Feijoada Verde e Amarela, on Saturday, March 8th, in Sunnyvale.
    Do you know what is Feijoada? It a typical dish from Brazil, a stew made of black beans and pork (salted, everything), cooked for hours, and served with rice, oranges, green collards, and farofa (seasoned manioc flour, roasted in a pan). Some add...
  • Brazilian Carnaval Ball
    CARNAVAL TIME! Several options in the Bay Area for all ages!
    Today starts Carnaval in Brazil, with the parade of escolas de samba (school of samba) in São Paulo and several parties throughout the country. Tomorrow, before dawn, the Galo da Madrugada (Dawn Rooster) bloco comes out in Recife, starting four...
  • UFC legend Wanderlei Silva to campaign for a seat in the Brazilian congress
    UFC legend Wanderlei Silva to campaign for a seat in the Brazilian congress
    According to a Jan. 10 post from MMA Fighting, UFC legend Wanderlei Silva plans to run for a seat in the Brazilian congress.Silva, 37, says he's sick of corrupt politicians, so he's hoping to make some positive changes for his people in...
  • Peter Coppola Keratin Concept
    Peter Coppola Keratin Concept, a safer alternative to hair smoothing
    In light of Jennifer Aniston’s so-called “bad reaction to that thing called a Brazilian”, Peter Coppola could not have asked for a more opportune moment to introduce his innovative hair smoothing system.The Long Island Hair Care...
  • Jennifer Aniston Bobs Hair
    Jennifer Aniston cuts hair after bad Brazilian: Reasons why this could happen
    OMG,Jennifer Aniston got a haircut! With another Aniston headline, one would assume the movie star is pregnant, again, however this is not the case. Jennifer has joined the celebrity haircut of the month club and now has a bob due to a hair...
  • WDC
    Yemanja Dance Workshops in Berkeley on Saturday, Jan 19 & Saturday, Feb 09
    Come learn one more cultural aspect of the Brazilian Culture.Celebrate Yemanja with two unique dance workshops with Rodson de Jesus. Explore Brasilian culture and prepare for BrasArte's Annual Yemanja Arts Festival (February 23 and 24) at Casa...
  • The season
    Ferry Street, a great place to shop and eat for the holidays
    You do not need a passport or an airplane ticket to travel to Spain, Portugal or Brazil. All you have to do is go to Ferry Street, in the Ironbound section of Newark, New Jersey, where Spanish, Portuguese and Brazilian cultures are very much alive...
  • Sarava
    Sarava happy hour from Brazil
    Sarava (13225 Shaker Square,Cleveland, Ohio 44120) is a Brazilian treat located in Shaker Square.The menu at Sarava is quite intricate, offering crisp Spanish cheese (marinara, capers, kalamata olives; $6.5), artichoke fritters (lemon-thyme sauce,...
  • Brazilian virgin prostitute may lose her passport for auctioning off her virtue
    Brazilian virgin prostitute may lose her passport for auctioning off her virtue
    A 20-year-old Brazilian physical education student who has sold her virginity to an unnamed Japanese buyer in an online auction for $780,000, may have her passport revoked for the crime of prostitution. She was taking part in a highly...