German street art duo Hera and Akut of Herakut have been traveling the world since 2004, filling canvases and walls with their collaborative form of painting. 37 more words
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As soon as I walked into the Nespresso boutique in Utrecht, I could not believe that they were ready to serve me my “cafezinho”!
Before I revealed my brasileirice, I listened the sales assistant talking passionately about the Brazilian way of drinking the “cafezinho” and about the strength of the coffee beans from Brazil. 14 more words
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Brazil has rarely had it so bad. The country’s economy has collapsed: since 2013, its unemployment rate has nearly doubled, to more than 11 percent, and last year its GDP shrank by 3.8 percent, the largest contraction in a quarter century.
Brazil’s 1st woman president testifies at impeachment hearing – Women in the World in Association with The New York Times – WITW
Dilma Rousseff, Brazil’s suspended president, testified in her own defense Monday at her impeachment trial. In May, Brazil’s Senate vote to proceed with an impeachment trial after Rouss… 22 more words
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Photographer Andre Penteado is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography. These images are from his project ‘Maid 2009-2013‘. To see Andre’s body of work click on any image.
Translation: “André Wants a Shag”. A short story by Julia Wähmann — Nomadic Permanence: Rob Packer's Blog
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Julia Wähmann was born in Rio de Janeiro in 1982. She has written for the online magazine Ornitorrinco since 2014. In 2015, she published the standalone short stories, “Diário de Moscou” (“Moscow Diary”, Megamíni/ 7Letras) and “André quer transar” (“Andre Wants a Shag”, Pipoca Press).