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The Queermuseum Reopens In Rio’s Parque Lage

Queermuseu (Queermuseum), Brazil’s largest queer art exhibition, has reopened in Rio’s Parque Lago after protests shut the exhibition down nearly one year ago. Queermuseum: Cartographies of Difference in Brazilian Art, which will run through September 16, continues to operate at the center of debates on freedom of expression, censorship, and the criminalization of art in Brazil:

BRAZIL’S LARGEST QUEER EXHIBITION REOPENS AFTER BEING CENSORED LAST YEAR

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Artisanal Beer Enthusiasts Welcome Mondial de la Bière Rio

Beginning today, September 5th, through Sunday, September 9th, Rio is hosting the sixth edition of Mondial de la Bière Rio.  Read on for more details about this world-famous festival of Rio’s craft and artisanal beer industry, which will be attended by more than 120 breweries:

MONDIAL DE LA BIÈRE RIO ARRIVES AT PÍER MAUÁ THIS WEDNESDAY

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You’re Invited: Rio’s‘Circuito Interno’ Today

Today (September 1st) enjoy the ‘Fábrica Bhering Circuito Interno’ (Bhering Factory Internal Circuit) taking place in Rio’s Santo Cristo.  Treat yourself to workshops led by artists, designers, furniture makers and much more, including some cutting-edge gastronomy and live musical performances:

RIO’S FÁBRICA BHERING HOSTS CIRCUITO INTERNO

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Modernist Street Deco in Copacabana

In today’s post we visit Rio’s Copacabana again–this time to celebrate the area’s modernist street deco.  Have you ever noticed the beauty of Copacabana’s promenade, designed by architect Roberto Burle Marx?  With the bird’s eye views offered from these pics, you may feel like you’re seeing Rio for the first time again:

MODERNIST STREET DECO IN COPACABANA

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