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When the candle goes out, the samba is over.Link
The Flight of the Expats
Bust goes the economy, and the expats scatter.
Brazil's Rock Icon and AIDS Wake-Up Call
'During the 1980s, he was something of the Bruce Springsteen of Brazil, a voice in the dark of a musical lull period, shouting about love and corruption, tapping the vein of Brazil’s societal woes during the collapse of the dictatorship.' Link
Brazil's Ragamuffin Revolution
'These gauchos — as those from the southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul like to be called — are damn proud of being different from the rest of Brazilians, not unlike Texans.'
Venezuela's Cornered Robin
Venezuela is in a crisis, and its leader's career is at a major crossroads.
5 Young Argentine Writers to Watch
'And their new works have been gaining international attention, as they write in a country living through a moment ripe for criticism and contemplation.' Link
This Is What Ticks off the World's Top Sailors
You're used to seeing Olympic athletes in sports events. But these women are blazing trails in a different kind of arena....
A Female Poetry Explosion in the Caribbean
“… I am green mountains and blue sky. / I am scratch band and steel pan …” Link
Why Brazil Is Mixing Mother Nature and King Dollar
Welcome to one of the newest trends in Brazil, where the country is handing over management responsibilities of its national parks to private parties. Link
The Job That Will Have You Eating 8,000 Calories A Day
How Was Your Day … Forest Firefighter?