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Published on 04/11/2016
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- Brazilian Musician Becomes Uber Driver and Offers Love Advice to Clients
Any passenger who enters Fernando Alves de Lima's Uber could gain, in addition to the customary water and mints, a small show.
Published on 12/05/2016 - 10h26
- Interlagos Race Track Is a Gem and Could Even Have Buildings, Says Future Secretary
To facilitate the sale of the Interlagos race track in São Paulo's southern zone, 58-year-old engineer Wilson Poit, the future secretary of Privatization and Partnerships of the João Doria (PSDB) administration, has agreed that the locale's owner will be able to "eventually" construct residential buildings beside the circuit, which has to be preserved.
Published on 11/24/2016 - 13h26
- 32 Lawyers Are Arrested Due to Suspicion of Connection to Criminal Faction
A joint operation involving the Civil Police and the São Paulo Prosecutor's Office on Tuesday (the 22nd) resulted in the arrest of 32 lawyers and three other persons suspected of having a connection to the criminal faction PCC (First Command of the Capital) including a leader of the state council for human rights.
Published on 11/23/2016 - 14h34
- Delays in Subway Construction Lead to Urban Decay in São Paulo
The interruption of construction work on São Paulo's subway lines has left entire city blocks all but deserted in the state capital.
Published on 11/22/2016 - 11h50
- In SP, Neighborhood That Saw Massacre of 5 Youth Also Hit with Shooting in Daycare Center
On November 9th, the bodies of five youth from Parque São Rafael, who died in a massacre, were identified at the Institute of Forensic Medicine.
Published on 11/21/2016 - 16h46
- Groups React to School of Princesses in São Paulo Before Its Opening
When the doors are opened to the rose colored and gold covered room for its first class of students in December, the São Paulo affiliate of the School of Princesses franchise will have an antagonist in the city: "de-princessing" workshops.
Published on 11/17/2016 - 11h29
- Yellow Fever Puts São Paulo State on Standby
Cities in the countryside of São Paulo have decided to anticipate baby vaccinations, attract people who have been avoiding immunization and adopt safety precautions to keep yellow fever from spreading after it caused the deaths of several monkeys in two separate regions in the state.
Published on 11/11/2016 - 11h24
- Immigrants Open Businesses in São Paulo as They Search for Income and Integration
Data of the Brazilian Federal Police show that, between 2010 and 2015, the number of refuge concessions in Brazil rose 127%, and the amount of applications grew 30-fold.
Published on 11/07/2016 - 11h52
- São Paulo Mayor Doria Will End Haddad's Anti-Crack Program But Will Maintain Directed Actions
The administration of João Doria (PSDB), the new mayor elected in the city of São Paulo, will end the Braços Abertos (Open Arms) program, a mark of the Fernando Haddad (PT) administration, in the city's so-called Crackland - an area used by crack addicts for consumption.
Published on 10/24/2016 - 10h56
- São Paulo State Is Sentenced for Police Excessive Force during 2013 Demonstrations
The state of São Paulo was convicted in first instance for the violence used by the police officers who repressed the demonstrations that occurred in June 2013.
Published on 10/21/2016 - 11h59