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World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Rio

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Rio

The series World Cup’s Host Cities make its final stop at the most famous Brazilian city: Rio de Janeiro. Guest writer, Danielle Amaral, listed 9 reasons to love Rio and dive into the World Cup fever. Danielle Amaral, 33, is a visual merchandiser. The World Cup has finally arrived at our […]

by July 13, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports, Uncategorized
World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Fortaleza

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Fortaleza

The Wee G  welcome guest writer Avila Souza as part of the series World Cup’s Host Cities. And this is his take on his hometown Fortaleza. Avila Souza Oliveira, 20, is a journalism student. I’m the son of a retired military father, which implies that during my childhood we had to […]

by July 1, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports
World Cup 2014: 12 cities representing the best of Brazil.

World Cup 2014: 12 cities representing the best of Brazil.

By Luciano Graca A lot has been said, discussed and polemically questioned about Brazil’s competence to host such an important and high-profile event like the World Cup. Amidst the country’s ongoing disappointment and anger against its government, which resulted in a series of protests, there were concerns that Brazil wouldn’t be […]

by June 20, 2014 Comments are Disabled Sports
World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Recife

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Recife

Recife, the “Brazilian Venice”, is the featured city at the World Cup’s Host Cities Series, through the eyes of guest writer Mônica Schweizer. Mônica Schweizer, 51, is a sales manager. Capital of the state of Pernambuco, located in Northeast Brazil, Recife is one of the 12 host cities of the World Cup 2014. Founded on […]

by June 7, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports
World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Cuiabá

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Cuiabá

The World Cup’s Host Cities Series arrives at the hottest Brazilian capital, Cuiabá. Guest writer Patricia Sanches talks about food, Pantanal and patriotism. Patricia Sanches, 28, is a journalist. Euphoria, hope, disappointment and patriotism are feelings that became part of the Cuiabanos life since the announcement that the hottest of Brazil’s capital was chosen as […]

by February 7, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports