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At least ten Hollywood-produced Tarzan movies were released in each of the decades from the 1930s through the 1960s. There were numerous foreign Tarzan movies as well as Tarzan TV series. They were usually just over an hour long and produced on a
Rio de Janeiro's rich, oceanfront promenades have their own music, made immortal in Bossa Nova tunes such as "The Girl from Ipanema."...As one hit tells it, funk is "black music, music from the favelas." Borrowing freely from Miami bass, rap, soul
For the first time in history, artists from all over the globe can share their music virtually anywhere on the planet. Beatmakers from all corners can collaborate on music projects instantly, without requiring big investments or structures backing
July 23, 2012 Over her four-decade career, Baby do Brasil (formerly known as Baby Consuelo) has constantly reinvented herself artistically. As a member of Brazil's seminal Os Novos Baianos, she helped (with the blessing of Joao Gilberto ) shatter
Sixteen Penn State journalism students spent their spring break in Rio de Janeiro, as part of the international reporting class offered by the College of Communications and directed by Tony Barbieri, Foster professor of writing and editing.
Rio peace race retraces favela drug lords' escape route Running to celebrate peace: before the police operation, violent gangs controlled life in the favelas Police officers and celebrities in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro joined about 1,500
Funkero and BNegao)" Baile funk has not been receiving that much attention as of lateat least outside of Brazilbut Rio de Janiero's Maga Bo is still repping his adopted country's quirky, party-starting export. The producer has shared a video for "
It was rebellious, negative and full of explicit lyrics that dealt with sex and poverty. The pesky and overambitious world of music had conveniently ignored this tropical bass-electronic dance music and then in 2004, Berlin-based DJ Daniel Haaksman
April 3, 2012 (AFP) -Once the rage in Rocinha, Rio's biggest slum, hardcore funk dance parties have become tamer since police reasserted control last November after expelling drug barons who ruled the area for 30 years. With puffy eyes from too much
Brazil The train to this city on Rio de Janeiro's edge carries passengers from the urban underclass chasing dreams big and small: teenagers trying out for a soccer club, a maid studying to be a nurse, a knife salesman plying his trade in the aisles.