Crivella decided to extend New Year party to entice tourists and increase revenue
Netflix, which released the production, filed with STF against the earlier decision
'Nocturnes' is a national production coming to TV
Rapporteur say that censorship is beneficial 'not only for the Christian community, but for the mostly Christian Brazilian society'
Long a tradition of Rio de Janeiro's revelry, social criticism once again permeates the plots of major samba schools
Rio Grande do Norte's capital was American base in World War II and adopted from Coke to Mickey bullets
Steins work showed the social and economic side of slavery
Not only did the industry suffer from less institutional and economic resources, but it is also reeling from a declared war of the government against the artistic class
Performance is part of project that seeks to connect the classic to the present
Dante Mantovani new head of Funarte, said the Beatles emerged to spread communism and that rock encourages Satanism and the 'abortion industry'
Sabrina Sato, Mara Maravilha and Governor JoÃ£o Doria were at the scene
New appointments include the heads of the Audiovisual Secretariat, Palmares Foundation and Rouanet office and Ancine
'Milu', hit by Caribbean rhythm 'ambassador' in Brazil, Gusttavo Lima, is one of the most listened songs of the year
Festival celebrates next year the American poet who observed and loved Brazil
The television host hit his head after falling at home in the US
Their tales and poems are tailored to go viral
Of the most played tracks on Brazilian Spotify, almost 7% are live shows
Chico Buarque spices up his new novel, 'Essa Gente', with lynching, police violence and Brazil's tensions under Bolsonaro
Funarte's former performing arts director gained sympathy from the president by offending actress Fernanda Montenegro
Abandoned street cinemas resurface in SÃ£o Paulo and become documentary theme
Judicial fights will affect the ability to access more than half of JoÃ£o Gilbertos discography
Edson Suemitsu considers himself the last descendant in Brazil to maintain the philosophy and tradition of the katana forge
New book about Raul Seixas by JotabÃª Medeiros suggests the musician collaborated with the dictatorship
Survey based on Spotify hits shows no other people listen to their national songs as much
The CamÃµes award is the main literary award for the Portuguese language
Rio mayor will not fund samba schools in 2020
Ecuadorian Felipe Correa knows SÃ£o Paulo has problems, but the city can teach a lot about urbanism, he says
The diploma, which will be given to the musician in Lisbon, already has the signature of Portugal and awaits that of the Brazilian president
Teachers who retired or resigned were not replaced
Producers said the delay was caused by they state that the decision was motivated by delay in the procedures required by Ancine
Proposal still depends on mayor's sanction
'Democratic regime presupposes an environment of free movement of ideas,' Court president said
Comic Book features images of two boys kissing, fully clothed
36th edition of Panorama, the most important MAM show of the year, opens this Saturday (17)
Exhibition about Vladimir Herzog excludes image of forged suicide; Sesc seeks to prevent showing 'touchy' cause
Her fluidity in how she crosses genres and styles, without letting go of the rhythmic beats, has drawn attention
A month after the death of the bossa nova creator, children and girlfriend embroiled in a fight for inheritance
Artist is emblem of new modernity
Agency will be closer to federal government in an effort for the government to have more influence on productions
Classes take place in on a sports court and also include self-esteem development
Festival marked by success of blacks authors and an anger that manifested itself through parties
Euclides da Cunha was influenced by outdated deterministic theories
In the opening of FLIP, Walnice Nogueira GalvÃ£o compares violence in Canudos to current Brazilian society
He helped found PT, but was disappointed with party after Lula took over
Spoken word competitions have been organized by more than 150 groups in the country
"What do you do when the mask of civility falls of and what appears is an astonishing image of ourselves?"
The company honored documentaries and fiction films in film festivals last year
Unfinished construction of JosÃ© AntÃ´nio Barreto, 87, opened for visitation seven years ago
Netflix show debuts fifth season is among increasing number of shows being filmed in State of SÃ£o Paulo
With the downfall of Bohemia, the industry has been forced to change after pressure from identity groups and spending cuts
Composer is the first musician to win the prestigious prize honoring literary work in Portuguese
Second season of The Mechanism, recently released on Netflix, focuses on betrayal of construction companies and impeachment
Researchers found 200 pieces of the 700-piece Egypt collection
Feminist discussions stimulate students, says dancer TaÃsa Machado
With roaring 'cultural war', institutions must position themselves on their Christian education mission
Eventual change must be approved by Congress
SPFW continued despite the sad news
Polarized political mood of country influenced the decision
SÃ£o Paulo Fashion Week encounters competition from other states
APEX did not renew financial support of "Cinema of Brazil" program
Workers from adult shelters in SÃ£o Paulo received R$50 for 12-hour days
Artists and critics say slain councilwoman's face has the makings of a pop icon
Parades were threatened two days after unpublished police certificate requirement
The system in Bahia will be the same used in China
Each party costs R$ 5,000 (US$ 1,300)
Mangueira's Carnaval parade this year will feature Brazilian history's "B-sides" and will honor Marielle Franco, assassinated last year
When the party starts, all the attention is turned to the real star: Megatron, a gigantic soundwall 13 feet high and 10 feet wide
The traditional street parade is arguably one of the world's largest
Samuel de Saboia presents sculptures and embroideries in new solo show "Guardians"
Duet with singer Daniela Mercury lashes against censorship and sexism
With simple, catchy lyrics and chorus, "Jenifer" talks about casual hookups and it's bound to be the season's earworm
Samba and a stay in Bahia inspired Mick Jagger to write the 50-year-old song
AbbÃ© Tossa's colorful African fabrics and designs turned Afro-Brazilian celebrities into faithful clients
Reform took effect in 2009 in all Brazil. Eight other countries with Portuguese as their official language also signed the agreement
The musical style originated in the Southern US and is strongly associated with the use of cough syrup in concerts and parties
LaÃ©ssio Rodrigues de Oliveira studied library science to learn how to steal better and claims to have taken over 60,000 items
The musical was forbidden during the military dictatorship, and performers were assaulted and arrested
Despite his lack of knowledge, Osmar Terra said it's necessary to audit results from the law that offers tax incentives for cultural initiatives
Singer goes beyond her usual themes in new album 'Ambulante'
SBT used the now infamous "Brazil, love it or leave it" slogan in a promo campaign celebrating Brazil
The Getty Foundation funded a revision of Lina Bo Bardi's celebrated building of Brazil's most famous museum
In the midst of a campaign defined by polarization and attacks, Youtube starts keep quiet and avoid endorsing any presidential candidate
More than 80% of the members of Orchestra SimÃ³n BolÃvar left Venezuela after the recession worsened during the NicolÃ¡s Maduro's government
Musician only calmed the audience down during the encore
Collection donations to a Portuguese museum happened right after the National Museum fire
Machado wrote the verses in 1867 in honor of Brazilian emperor Dom Pedro 2nd's birthday
With gender-fluid identities and nonconforming voices, they explain how they came into terms with their vocal chords
School project in northern Brazil is a contender for the Riba International Prize
New research evaluates how media impacts children; they see youtube celebrities as friends
Exhibition shows how water and earth converge in the work of Brazil's most famous architect alive
Segall was being treated for respiratory complications in a SÃ£o Paulo hospital
HÃ©lÃ¨ne Bruller says there is a 'little Jair' within the presidential candidate who is grateful for her book
Two new Brazilian films show the widespread online savagery and how it can wreck teen lives
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