Author of Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Brazilian Educator Paulo Freire is as controversial as ever.
Behind only France, Brazil won 57 medals in the world cheese competition, Mondial du Fromage.
Celebrating 70 years, São Paulo Bienal reflects on historical and present political tensions in Brazil.
Startup Stash marketing expert Asaf Fybish lists the Brazilian startups to watch closely this year.
Brazilian award-winning chef Rodrigo Oliveira opens restaurant Caboco in downtown Los Angeles.
Altar is a floating vacation home on São Paulo’s Joanópolis dam, considered as one of the cleanest in the country.
Rangel is a mother and daughter clothing brand made in Miami and created by Brazilian model Isabela Grutman.
Catering primarily to Brazilian expatriates, Globoplay is now booming in the United States.
Documentary “A Dona do Tacho” shows the journey of Minas Gerais’ farm-to-table restaurant Xapuri.
Featuring 56 movies, Inffinito Brazilian Film Festival opens with music icon Dom Salvador, both live and on screen.
‘Breathe’ is a close view of the enduring legacy of BJJ legend Rickson Gracie and his way of facing life with grace.
Maia has overcome major hurdles to become one of the most admired Afro-Brazilian women in business.
Epic sculptural Ernesto Neto’s exhibit is on view through Sept 26 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Leopold Nunan presents the dance music show “The Leo From Rio Sound Machine” in West Hollywood.
From series to documentaries, to movies and reality shows, there’s plenty of Brazil on Netflix.