After President Dilma Rousseff proposed recruiting foreigners, Brazilian physicians said a lack of infrastructure and supplies was the problem.
When the Frugal Traveler spends the day with his young nephew in the Washington area, art is drawn, discussed and discovered, all for a song.
Soccer is not just a game in Brazil, it’s a national drama. Here’s a script to help you join the show.
Four donkeys eat seaweed for breakfast. A teenager break dances in the surf. An old man nudges a coconut from a tree. And an entire town agrees on how to misspell crepes.
Rome has the Colosseum, Florence has Michelangelo’s ”David,” Venice has canals, and Naples has pickpockets and uncollected trash?
A two-part series on Brazil’s unequal education system.
The weekender’s weekender plugs the last holes in the 130th and final Weekend in New York column.
It may be the ugliest, most dangerous city you’ll ever love.
In midcentury, the city swirled to an infectious Latin beat. On one man’s remarkable tapes, now seeking a permanent home, the orchestras …
To Brazilians, the boats that chug up and down the Solimões River are the Greyhound buses of the Amazon: the only affordable way to visit relatives or travel on business.