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By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Canadian pop-rock/punk-rock star Avril Lavigne returns to Rio's Citibank Hall on Friday, May 2nd as she continues to tour Brazil and South America in support of her 2013...
By Bryan Gregory Sanders, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Though not known as a center for Japanese cuisine, and definitely not known for having a large Japanese population like São Paulo, Rio has a lot to choose...
By Nathan M. Walters, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Coccinelle Bistrô, Centro’s newest French-inspired eatery, situated nicely on a street that looks like it was cut from the small neighborhoods of Lisbon and imported to Rio’s Centro, is...
By Anna Fitzpatrick, Contributing Reporter SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL –  As home to the largest Japanese diaspora in the world, Brazil, and particularly São Paulo – both city and state – have been tremendously influenced by Japanese culture and architecture. The most recognizable...
By Bhamika Bhudia, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With Rio being a destination that attracts people from all over the world, sometimes never to leave again, one thing that tugs at the homesickness heartstrings is the hankering...
By Nicholas Storey, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - Porto Seguro is one of Brazil’s oldest tourist destinations, with many small hotels and charming beaches, stretching to ninety kilometers of coastline with coral reefs, bays and Atlantic forests. It...
By Sarah Coursey, Editor RIO DE JANEIRO - São Paulo is an explosion of urban sensibility. Where else can you sit in traffic while listening to traffic radio, searching perhaps, for a particular Lebanese restaurant, at one o'clock in...
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