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All in one Rhythm!

With thanks to funding from the BIG Lottery’s ‘Awards for All programme’, we are delighted to introduce our “All in one Rhythm”project .  This special project aims to use the FIFA World Cup in Brazil over June and July 2014 as a springboard to developing healthier, happier, more active citizens and a wave of positive community action across an area suffering rural poverty, economic downturn, a lack of public services, high youth employment and low esteem . 173 more words

Foods from the Amazon Rainforest...fruits of the forest

Foods from the Amazon Rainforest…fruits of the forest.

More than 3000 edible fruits are found in Amazon rain forest, amongst them…… Acai, avocado, banana, coconuts, Cupuaçu, fig, grapes, lemon,mango, oranges and pineapple. 235 more words


Birth Movements in Brazil and Canada

Although I’ve tried to fit in some creativity here and there, the past month has been completely filled with school work and papers and journal articles. 749 more words

Latin America’s hottest new tourism trend: Culinary branding

By Sam Chapple-Sokol and Johanna Mendelson Forman

When you drink a Pisco sour do the ruins of Machu Picchu come to mind?  Or does the aroma of a mole poblano bring you to a leisurely dinner on a plaza in Mexico? 1,412 more words

Latin America



By Mihran Kalaydjian, CHA

Marketing/Media Writer, Strategist and Consultant

Every country has its marvels and breathtaking landscapes, but these ten are blessed with a rare package of outstanding natural beauty and man-made wonders that enhance their territories with everything from beautiful cities to timeless villages, magnificent parks and pristine scenery. 1,207 more words


Day Jagger turned it on at Vicente Caldron

The 1982 World Cup finals and the crowd packed Atletico Madrid’s Vicente Caldron stadium, one of the tournament’s main venues.
I was sitting in the second tier and did not receive the benefit of the fire hoses being directed at fans exposed to the sun in melting heat. 331 more words


Free-to-play a $470 million market in Brazil

Consoles still are prohibitively expensive in Brazil – so Free-to-Play has gained significant market share in Gaming with 17 million players between 13 and 65 (and still growing quickly). 31 more words