Why are Brazilians adopting the lowrider subculture of East Los Angeles? A short documentary, South American Cholo, provides an engaging answer.
Estúdio 41, an architectural firm from Curitiba, has won a design competition to rebuild Brazil’s Antarctic Station for polar scientific research.
May 1st is Dia do Trabalho (Labor Day) in Brazil. In the 1940s, under President Vargas, the holiday became linked to new labor protections and benefits.
Dia de Tiradentes is a national holiday honoring a hero of Brazil’s struggle for independence. But who was the real man, and how is he remembered today?
Dia do Índio celebrates the indigenous people of Brazil and their many contributions to the nation’s culture. It’s a day for reflection and activism.
A little-known state capital in southern Brazil, Curitiba, is the international model for building a modern city with green and sustainable design.
Reflecting the diverse heritage of Brazil, tapioca couscous is an African slave recipe that mixes ingredients used by the indigenous people and Europeans.
Best-selling author Timothy Ferriss has a unique system to learn any language in 1 hour. I apply his method to explain the basics of Brazilian Portuguese.
Darkened Cities is a photo series which composites major cities, like Rio de Janeiro, with the stars above that, in reality, are veiled by light pollution.
Brazilian artist Angélica Dass has an art project called Humanae, which documents every human skin tone using the PANTONE® Guide as a reference.
Nestled in the hills of a tropical forest just an hour southwest of Belo Horizonte, Instituto Inhotim is part modern art museum and part botanical garden.