Rio bus system: reform at last?
Surviving Rios nightlife, just.
Bosses of Bossa Nova: The Ipamenas
Reblogged from Washerman’s Dog:
Though Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66 were mainstream pop stars, or pretty close to it, when I was growing up I have not been a huge bossa nova fan. Sure, The Girl from Ipanema is catchily iconic and all that. But on the whole…
Staff Profile - John Aitken
Reblogged from FieldNotes:
Exhibition in Guangzhou, China
My partner Jane and myself were invited to take part in a group show at the Guangdong Museum of Art in mid April. The exhibition was entitled Issues of Urbanisation. All the artists chosen were…
Dreams Without Frontiers
Reblogged from Jennifer Lane:
So I’m lapping up the merits of working in Manchester.
OK, so it hasn’t been the glamour and glitz of a metropolis, but at lunch I get to do things like this:
I work just around the corner from the Manchester Art Gallery, and…
The Environmental Journalism in Brazilian Media
Reblogged from pghenvironmental:
When I was studying journalism in Brazil, for two years I participated in a research project where I had to analyze the way that the main representatives of Brazilian press media portrayed global warming and other…
Salvador: The First 3 Days
Reblogged from My Havaiana Life:[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWfseMcAUZY&w=584&h=359]
While this post does not represent my overall feelings for Salvador, these are a few words that represent my first day in the city.