From deep in the Amazon rainforest, members of the Yawanawá tribe take a journey to share centuries’ old traditions in a five-city US tour.
With hypnotic downtempo grooves, São Paulo’s singer and songwriter Luísa Maita heads North America presenting her new album, Fio da Memória.
With artworks that range from hand constructed garments, to a Tyvek cutout teepee, and hand embroidered textile, Karla remembers Brazil’s Amazon region.
Flip’s “Brazil meets Japan” creatures bring his arts to cities all over the world, from São Paulo to Tokyo to Cali’s Long Beach.
It’s time to take a break from the margarita, put down the mojito, and give Brazil’s national cocktail, caipirinha, a chance to star.
The documentary Brasil Bam Bam Bam explores Rio’s rich music scene featuring artists like Elza Soares, Ed Motta, Marcos Valle, Seu Jorge and Kassin.
President Barack Obama once again proved his great taste in music, including the quintessential Brazilian artist Caetano Veloso in his Summer playlist.
Italian chef Massimo Bottura opens RefettoRio Gastromotiva to serve nutritious meals, free of charge, for needy residents of Rio de Janeiro.
World-renowned artist Sergio Mendes will take Brazilian music lovers through a breathtaking array of bossa nova and samba jazz hits in his upcoming concert in LA.
Madlib recounts his introduction to Brazilian music and talks with hardcore record collector Joel Stones of Tropicalia In Furs.