March 1994


    Cover: Cleaning our soul (p. 7)

    Economy: Our money is all over (p. 8)

    Interview: The Culture Minister talks (p. 13)

    The Army in the slum (p. 15)

    What about these reds? (p. 17)

    Ecology: Our ozone hole (p. 19)

    Soccer: Parreira, in praise of San Francisco (p. 21)

    Soccer: Stanford Stadium (p. 22)

    A master of Jiu-Jitsu (p. 23)

    Profile: Our muse Laura (p. 25)

    Short story: One by Machado de Assis (p. 27)

    A Gringo paints in Rio (p. 30)

    Music: Caymmi is 80 (p. 36)

    Keeping samba alive (p. 37)

    Heavenly Torcuato (p. 39)

    Travel: The Amazon: Brazilians, keep off! (p. 40)


    Rapidinhas (p. 6)

    Letters (p. 14)

    Brazilian Notas (p. 45)

    The Cultural Pulse (p. 46)

    Por Aí (p. 47)

    Classifieds (p. 49)

    USA Calendar (p. 50)

    That’s Brazilian (p. 52)

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