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.
One of the hippest areas in São Paulo, Vila Buarque is home for a fascinating 3 in 1 hidden gem (as told by a local).
‘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.
From series to documentaries, to movies and reality shows, there’s plenty of Brazil on Netflix.
Rio’s singer Anitta has her realistic figure immortalized by Madame Tussauds, along with Senna, Pele, Neymar, and Alessandra Ambrosio.
As over 96 million Brazilians have been vaccinated against COVID-19, Brazil is rapidly welcoming back U.S. travelers.
As cannabis cultivation moves closer to legalization, Brazil opens space for a new lucrative market.
“Rito de Passá”, the title track of MC Tha new studio album brings together Umbanda, rap, funk carioca, and pop music.
Inhotim is an exuberant outdoor art museum with a tropical forest surrounding the whole thing.
Brooklyn’s old school hip hop meets Brazil’s tropical beats in Brookzill’s album, Throwback to the Future.
People tend to assume a vacation to Brazil must be expensive, but that is far from the truth with so many ways to budget your trip. HOW you travel is key.
In Rio de Janeiro sport is life. Through Gabriele Galimberti and Edoardo Delille lenses, it is possible to take a glimpse of everyday Rio that the Olympics will overshadow.