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By Shalina Chatlani, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This Thursday (September 10th) from 7PM – 9PM, the Gringo Café in Ipanema will co-host a Happy Hour event with the American Society of Rio de Janeiro (AmSoc Rio),...
By Stephanie Foden, Contributing Reporter SALVADOR, BRAZIL – An estimated nine million tourists will flock to Salvador and Bahia this year to get a taste of local Carnival culture or relax on one of the city’s famous beaches, but the...
By Mary Carroll, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Three years ago Rio had its first Gringos Cup in Copacabana, with football (soccer) teams were made up of players from all over the world. This year, Igor Barbosa has...
By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For the third year running The Rio Times looks back on twelve months of news in and about the foreign community in Rio de Janeiro. While Rio has a...
By Brennan Stark, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Gringo Café in Ipanema will host its monthly Gringo Group Therapy event this Friday, September 2nd at 7PM, offering numerous happy hour drink specials in a casual setting as...
By Juliana Tafur, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - “A-tok-a” is the term used to refer to foreigner in Taiwanese. Curiously, the word’s approximate translation is “big nose”. In Haitian Creole, “blan” is synonymous for white person, derived from the...
By Sarah Coursey, Editor RIO DE JANEIRO - Twice a month across Rio you can find an attractive and possibly sweaty crew of athletes at the pub, downing a pint or three in their sneakers and running shorts. Stay long...
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