May 1993

CONTENTS:

Cover: Yanomami Indians losing battle (p. 7)

Short stories: Excerpts from Carlos Queiroz Telles (p. 13)

Plenty of food, but not for the poor. Hungrier & Hungrier (p. 15)

Living on less than minimum wage (p. 16)

The IRS bite – Poor poor, they are the ones skinned (p. 16)

Behavior: Sex tours to Pernambuco (p. 17)

Soccer: Brazilians playing in Europe (p. 19)

Remembering La Diniz, Leila Diniz that is (p. 21)

Art: Magic Danilo Azevedo (p. 23)

TV: Selling suds to the world – Globo-trotting (p/ 24)

Art: Zoravia spills her guts (p. 27)

Music: Overdose comes trashing (p. 28)

Travel: Ariaú, Amazônia fantasy (p. 31)

DEPARTMENTS:

Rapidinhas (p. 6)

Letters (p. 12)

The Cultural Pulse (p. 34)

Por aí (p. 35)

Los Angeles Calendar (p. 38)

San Francisco Calendar (p. 39)

That’s Brazilian (p. 40)

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