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As Josimo approaches Augustinópolis he remembers his friends’
repeated warnings. “For God’s sake drive through that place without stopping,
it’s a hornet’s nest if ever there was one.” Augustinópolis is the
seat of the local ranchers’ association—sworn enemies to Josimo and the
CPT. Josimo and his friends are fully aware of this, and they know too
that in this town there are gunmen for hire on every street corner.

By Brazzil Magazine

9:00, 11:00 PM, & 1 AM – Juliana Aquino Brazilian Samba at
S.O.B.’s

FRIDAY 8

HOLLYWOOD, FLOR.
9:00 PM – Clauduarte Sá at Brazil Samba Café
– (954) 920-4426

LOS ANGELES
9:30 PM – Lula & Afro Brasil at Zabumba

10:00 PM MILA Samba School at Café Danssa

IRVINE, CAL.
7:00 PM Sônia Santos at Sutton Place – Performing
also on the 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 and 30th (714) 476-2001

ANAHEIM, CAL.
7:00 PM Lois sings Brazil at Ginga Brasil

SATURDAY 9

NEW YORK
3:00 & 7:00 PM – Film Terra Estrangeira at Brooklyn
Museum of Art

9:00, 11:00 PM, & 1 AM – Juliana Aquino Brazilian Samba
at S.O.B.’s

ANAHEIM, CAL.
7:00 PM Lois sings Brazil at Ginga Brazil

SAN FRANCISCO
10:00 PM Entre Nós at Bahia Cabana

LOS ANGELES
9:30 PM – ULA Samba Band at Zabumba

10:00 PM Constellation Band at Café Danssa

SUNDAY 10

SAN FRANCISCO
3:00 PM – Closing of the 5th World Congress on Orixá Tradition
at Civic Auiditorium (415) 563-3585

7:00 PM Liza Silva & Friends at Odisseia Café

SANTA MONICA, CAL.
8:00 PM – Samba Academy & Banda Terráquia at 14
Below (310) 641-3502

LOS ANGELES
9:30 PM Lois sings Brazil at Zabumba

TUESDAY 12

LOS ANGELES
9:00 PM – Axé plays choro, baião, and samba at Zabumba

WEDNESDAY 13

BEVERLY HILLS
9:00 PM – Kátia Moraes at Bokaos (310) 659-1200

THURSDAY 14

BERKELEY, CAL.
9:00 PM – Carlos Oliveira & Liza Silva at Nino’s

SANTA MONICA, CAL.
9:00 PM – Kátia Moraes at The Buffalo (310) 450-8600

LOS ANGELES
10:00 PM – Kléber Jorge & Meia Noite at Mamagaya
(310) 659-4999

FRIDAY 15

LOS ANGELES
9:30 PM – Lula & Afro Brasil at Zabumba

10:00 PM MILA Samba School at Café Danssa

10:00 PM – Kátia Moraes at La Vé Lee (818) 980-8158

ANAHEIM, CAL.
7:00 PM Sérgio 2000 at Ginga Brasil

SATURDAY 16

NEW YORK
3:00 & 7:00 PM – Film Pequeno Dicionário Amoroso
at Brooklyn Museum of Art

SAN FRANCISCO
10:00 PM Entre Nós at Bahia Cabana

ANAHEIM, CAL.
7:00 PM Sérgio 2000 at Ginga Brazil

LOS ANGELES
9:30 PM – ULA Samba Band at Zabumba

10:00 PM Constellation Band at Café Danssa

SUNDAY 17

SANTA MONICA, CAL.
8:00 PM – Samba Academy & Banda Terráquia at 14
Below (310) 641-3502

TUESDAY 19

LOS ANGELES
9:00 PM – Axé plays choro, baião, and samba at Zabumba

WEDNESDAY 20

BEVERLY HILLS
9:00 PM – Kátia Moraes at Bokaos (310) 659-1200

THURSDAY 21

BERKELEY, CAL.
9:00 PM – Carlos Oliveira & Liza Silva at Nino’s

LOS ANGELES
10:00 PM – Kléber Jorge & Meia Noite at Mamagaya
(310) 659-4999

FRIDAY 22

NEW YORK
7:00 PM – Brazilian writer Wilson Loria‘s plays L’Enfant
de Théâtre and Deadline at El Caney Café,
154 W 26th St – Free (718) 937-0574

LOS ANGELES
9:30 PM – Lula & Afro Brasil at Zabumba

10:00 PM MILA Samba School at Café Danssa

ANAHEIM, CAL.
7:00 PM Lois sings Brazil at Ginga Brasil

SATURDAY 23

BERKELEY, CAL.
2:00 PM – Capoeira Batizado with several Capoeira masters at the
Hearst Gym – UC Berkeley (510) 643-5151

SAN FRANCISCO
10:00 PM Liza Silva & Voz do Brasil at Bahia
Cabana

ANAHEIM, CAL.
7:00 PM Lois sings Brazil at Ginga Brasil

LOS ANGELES
10:00 PM Constellation Band at Café Danssa

SUNDAY 24

SANTA MONICA, CAL.
8:00 PM – Samba Academy & Banda Terráquia at 14
Below (310) 641-3502

THURSDAY 28

BERKELEY, CAL.
9:00 PM – Carlos Oliveira & Liza Silva at Nino’s

LOS ANGELES
10:00 PM – Kléber Jorge & Meia Noite at Mamagaya
(310) 659-4999

FRIDAY 29

LOS ANGELES
9:30 PM – Lula & Afro Brasil at Zabumba

10:00 PM MILA Samba School at Café Danssa

ANAHEIM, CAL.
7:30 PM Sérgio 2000 at Ginga Brasil

SATURDAY 30

NEW YORK
8:00 – Sandra de Sá & Emílio Santiago BrazilFest
97 at the Lincoln Center – Free (212) 997-4070

SAN FRANCISCO
10:00 PM Entre Nós at Bahia Cabana

ANAHEIM, CAL.
7:00 PM Sérgio 2000 at Ginga Brazil

LOS ANGELES
10:00 PM Constellation Band at Café Danssa

9:00 PM – Kátia Moraes at Luna Park (310) 652-0611

SUNDAY 31

NEW YORK
All day – Dia do Brasil at 46th Street with Só Pra Contrariar
and several other attractions

SAN FRANCISCO
8:00 PM – Gilberto Gil at Masonic Auditorium (415) 392-4400

 

COMING IN

SEPTEMBER

MONDAY 1

LOS ANGELES
Afternoon – Olodum at African Market Place (213) 734-1164

WEDNESDAY 3

LOS ANGELES
8:00 PM – Gilberto Gil at Hollywood Bowl – TicketMaster

WEDNESDAY 3

LOS ANGELES
8:00 PM – Gilberto Gil at Hollywood Bowl – TicketMaster

FRIDAY 5

SAN DIEGO, CAL.
5:00 PM TO MIDNIGHT – Ivan Lins & Brazilian Street Carnaval at
San Diego Street Scene (619) 350-3300

SATURDAY 6

SAN FRANCISCO
8:00 PM – Djavan at Masonic Auditorium – Opening act: Damien
(415) 392-4400

LOS ANGELES
6:00 PM – Flora Purim & Airto Moreira in Brazilian Summer
Festival at John Anson Ford Theatre (818) 566-1111

SAN DIEGO, CAL.
4:00 PM TO MIDNIGHT – Olodum & Brazilian Street Carnaval at
San Diego Street Scene (619) 350-3300

SUNDAY 7

LOS ANGELES
6:00 PM – Flora Purim & Airto Moreira in Brazilian Summer
Festival at John Anson Ford Theatre (818) 566-1111

SAN FRANCISCO
11:00 AM – Brazilian Independence Day Celebration at Yerba Buena
Gardens

TUESDAY 9

MIAMI
8:00 PM – Fernanda Abreu and Paralamas do Sucesso part of
MIDEM Latin America and Caribbean Music Market at the Jack Gleason Theater

SUNDAY 14

SAN FRANCISCO
10:00 AM – Festival de Las Americas at 24th Street

 

The addresses:

ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA

Ginga Brazil — 821 N. Euclid — (714)778-0266

BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA

Ashkenaz – 1317 San Pablo Ave. — (510) 525-5054

Nino’s – 1916 Martin L. King Jr., — (510) 845-9303

Pasand Lounge – 2284 Shattuck Av., — (510) 848-0260

LOS ANGELES

14 Below – 1348 14th St., Santa Monica – (310) 451-5040

Bokaos Club – 8689 Wilshire – Beverly Hills – (310) 659-1200

Café Danssa – 11533 W. Pico Bl. West L.A. – (310) 478-7866

Caffe Roma – 350 N. Canon Dr. – Beverly Hills – (310) 274-7834

Century Supper Club – 10131 Constellation Bl.-(310) 553-0000

Fais-Do-Do – 5257 W. Adams L.A. – (310) 842-6171

La Vé Lee – 12514 Ventura Bl. —Studio City – (818) 980-8158

Saint Marks – 23 Windward Ave. Venice – (310) 452-2222

Tony’s – 701 Long Beach Blvd. – (310) 628-9789

Zabumba -10717 Venice Blvd Culver City – (310) 841-6525

NEW YORK

Blue Note – 131 West 3rd Street – (212) 475-8592

Café Wha – 115 MacDougal St – (212) 254-3706

SOB — 200 Varick Street (at Houston) – (212) 307-7171 or (212) 921-1940

The Supper Club – 240 West 47 Street – (212) 921-1940

Scala Brazil – 35-50 31st Street, Astoria – (212) 243-4940

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA

Yoshi’s – 6030 Claremont Ave. (510) 652-9200

 

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Café Sevilla (619)233-5979

 

 

SAN FRANCISCO

Alberto’s – 736 W. Dana St., Mountain View – (415) 968-3007

Bahia Cabana – 1600 Market St. – (415) 861-4202

Chambord – 152 Kearney St. – (415) 434-3688

The Ferryboat – Embarcadero St, Pier 3 – (415) 788-8866

The Ramp – 855 China Basin – (415) 621-2378

Fax your Calendar info to (213) 257-3487,

E-mail it to brazzil@brazzil.com,

mail to P.O. Box 42536 L.A., CA 90050

or call (213) 255-8062.

Deadline: the 25th. 

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