By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Starting from this Thursday, March 8th, Rio will promote an eventful cultural agenda to celebrate the International Women's Day. Until the end of this month, museums, bars, food markets and "rodas de samba" will be paying tribute to women with shows, panel discussions and discounts.
As usual, the Carioca samba scene will take part in the celebration by honoring some of the most remarkable female composers from the genre. Tonight, Ganjah Lapa, in Lapa, will host "Samba que . . .