The hammock and those lazy Brazilians from the Northeast

The Brazilian right-wing has resorted to the most abominable prejudices in order to win the runoff vote for the presidential elections

A conversation with Bebel Gilberto

Almiro Andrade talks to Bebel Gilberto, the heiress apparent of Bossa Nova, as she prepares for two UK concerts next week.

Meu coador não aguenta!!!

Our columnist Victor Fraga gets back to his mother language to talk about feelings and taboos that are hard to translate [Content in Portuguese only]

Flipping hot Brazilian culture!

FlipSide – the family arts festival with a Brazilian beat – returns to the the UK with an exciting line-up of artists

Sun, sweat and cinema

Experience Brazilian cinema for free as three very different movies hit Brixton in a vibrant outdoors event this month.

Israel’s murderous football

Israel thinks that the Gaza conflict is just a murderous football match without rules, where the referee and the crowd have no importance

Who is the Queen of Brazil?

Brazilica is brightening up Liverpool this Friday with the Carnival Queen Competition and various events to follow

Brazil 7 – 0 Russia

Many qualities of Brazil were forgotten and overlooked during the World Cup, but they will be sorely missed when we land in tyrannical and bigoted Russia in four years

Have you seen the Amazon?

The Amazon Film Festival comes to London next week celebrating a largely unknown side of Brazilian arts and culture, and JungleDrums is giving away tickets to our readers

So, just how Latin are you?

¡Ay, caramba! This World Cup is testing the allegiances of Brazilians: shall we align ourselves with our poor Latin neighbours or with our distant and rich cousins in the Northern hemisphere?