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· September, 2005

Stories about Brazil from September, 2005

Brazil: A Blogger's Introduction

Claudio Tellez, a German-born, conservative, Chilean mathematician living in Brazil offers an introductory first post on his new English-language weblog.

Brazil: Baile Funk Podcast

Atari has compiled a podcast of her favorite Balie Funk tracks discovered on her recent trip to Brazil.

Brazil: Bringing Justice to Pará

Randy Paul wants something to be done about the lawlessness in Pará, Brazil.

Latin America: Approval Ratings and Campaign Polls

Bloggings by Boz has a comprehensive compilation of presidential approval ratings and campaign polls from around the Americas.

Brazil: US State Department Info Sheets

Atari In Rio calls it unreasonable to judge Brazil solely by the U.S. State Department’s Consular Info Sheet.

Images from Brazil: Senators accused of being “Liars”

“On my mind …” by D.R. Lynch The graffiti on the wall, found in Buenos Aires, but equally applicable to current day Brazil, reads “Senators, Thieves!” In the caption, D.R....

Brazil's Famous Flickr Photographer

The content of Tatiana Cardeal‘s photography is firmly rooted in her native country of Brazil, but her intimate lens and universal themes have generated a wide following of Flickr fans...

Brazil: Tired of Being Sexy

Atari in Rio is a fan of the São Paulo-based rock group, Cansei de Ser Sexy (“Tired of Being Sexy”) and links to two of their songs.

Brazil: Blog Coverage of Katrina

Brazilian blogger, André Lemos writes on the Best of the Blogs weblog about coverage of Katrina in the Brazilian blogosphere.

Brazil: Baile Funk

Atari in Rio recounts his her first Baile Funk, a type of dance party in Rio de Janeiro's favelas.

About our Brazil coverage

Fernanda Canofre is the Brazil editor. Email her story ideas or volunteer to write.


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