JANUARY/ FEBRUARY 1998 CALENDAR

    JANUARY/
FEBRUARY
1998
CALENDAR

    In cases where regulations have to be confronted, Brazilians pride
    themselves on being especially creative in their array and variety of gambits suitable for
    bending rules. Some veteran despachantes seemed to have magical powers. Passports
    for which mere mortals had to wait on line for hours, then return to wait a second, third,
    or fourth time at the Federal Police headquarters, were issued in minutes. Documents not
    available at all by legal means materialized the same way.
    By Brazzil Magazine

    9:00 PM-Carlos Oliveira & Liza Silva at Nino’sLOS ANGELES8:30 PM-Lula & Afro-Brasil plus Luizinho and Paulinho at
    Zabumba10:00 PM-Kléber Jorge band & Meia-Noite at Mamagaya, 401
    N. La Cienega (310) 659-4999Friday 16ANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Kléber Jorge at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES10:00 PM-MILA Samba School at Café Danssa10:00 PM-Lula & Afro-Brazilian Band at Mamagaya, 401 N.
    La Cienega (310) 659-4999Saturday 17FORT LAUDERDALE, FL.7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200ANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Kléber Jorge at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES10:00 PM & 12 MIDNIGHT-Velly Bahia & Capoeira Band at
    Luna Park, 665 N. Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood (310) 652-06119:30 PM-Flávia de Mello with ULA Samba Band at Zabumba10:00 PM-Constellation Band at Café DanssaSunday 18FORT LAUDERDALE, FL7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200LOS ANGELES12:00 Noon to 4:00 PM-Sambacustic in Clube do Choro at
    Mamagaya, 401 N. La Cienega (310) 659-49998:30 PM-Andrea Miranda at ZabumbaMonday 19LOS ANGELES7:00 PM-11:00 PM-Pagode and pizza at ZabumbaTuesday 20LOS ANGELES9:00 PM-Axé plays choro, baião, and samba at ZabumbaThursday 22BERKELEY, CAL.9:00 PM-Carlos Oliveira & Liza Silva at Nino’sLOS ANGELES8:30 PM-Lula & Afro-Brasil plus Luizinho and Paulinho at
    Zabumba10:00 PM-Kléber Jorge band & Meia-Noite at Mamagaya, 401
    N. La Cienega (310) 659-4999Friday 23ANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Sérgio 2000 at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES10:00 PM-MILA Samba School at Café Danssa10:00 PM-Lula & Afro-Brazilian Band at Mamagaya, 401 N.
    La Cienega (310) 659-4999Saturday 24FORT LAUDERDALE, FL.7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200ANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Sérgio 2000 at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES9:30 PM-Flávia de Mello with ULA Samba Band at Zabumba10:00 PM-Constellation Band at Café DanssaSunday 25FORT LAUDERDALE, FL7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200LOS ANGELES8:30 PM-Andrea Miranda at ZabumbaMonday 26LOS ANGELES7:00 PM-11:00 PM-Pagode and pizza at ZabumbaTuesday 27LOS ANGELES9:00 PM-Axé plays choro, baião, and samba at ZabumbaThursday 29BERKELEY, CAL.9:00 PM-Carlos Oliveira & Liza Silva at Nino’sLOS ANGELES8:30 PM-Lula & Afro-Brasil plus Luizinho and Paulinho at
    Zabumba10:00 PM-Kléber Jorge band & Meia-Noite at Mamagaya, 401
    N. La Cienega (310) 659-4999Friday 30Poughkeepsie, NY7:00 PM-Nego Gato – Afro-Brazilian dance and music at
    Bardavon Opera House, 35 Market St, (914) 454-3388ANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Lois Sings Brazil at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES10:00 PM-MILA Samba School at Café Danssa10:00 PM-Lula & Afro-Brazilian Band at Mamagaya, 401 N.
    La Cienega (310) 659-4999Saturday 31FORT LAUDERDALE, FL.7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200ANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Lois Sings Brazil at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES9:30 PM-Flávia de Mello with ULA Samba Band at Zabumba10:00 PM-Constellation Band at Café DanssaCOMING INFEBRUARYSunday 1FORT LAUDERDALE, FL7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200LOS ANGELES8:30 PM-Andrea Miranda at ZabumbaMonday 2LOS ANGELES7:00 PM-11:00 PM-Pagode and pizza at ZabumbaTuesday 3LOS ANGELES9:00 PM-Axé plays choro, baião, and samba at ZabumbaThursday 5BERKELEY, CAL.9:00 PM-Carlos Oliveira & Liza Silva at Nino’sLOS ANGELES8:30 PM-Lula & Afro-Brasil plus Luizinho and Paulinho at
    Zabumba10:00 PM-Kléber Jorge band & Meia-Noite at Mamagaya, 401
    N. La Cienega (310) 659-4999Friday 6SAN DIEGO, CAL.8:30 PM-Carnaval ’98 – Carnaval and Football – at US Grand
    Hotel, Downtown (619) 224-4684ANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Kléber Jorge at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES10:00 PM-MILA Samba School at Café Danssa10:00 PM-Lula & Afro-Brazilian Band at Mamagaya, 401 N.
    La Cienega (310) 659-4999Saturday 7FORT LAUDERDALE, FL.7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200Long Beach, Cal8:00 PM-SambaLá Blue and Yellow Carnaval Ball with Lula at
    Tonys RestaurantANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Kléber Jorge at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES9:30 PM-Flávia de Mello with ULA Samba Band at Zabumba10:00 PM-Constellation Band at Café DanssaSunday 8FORT LAUDERDALE, FL7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200LOS ANGELES8:30 PM-Andrea Miranda at ZabumbaMonday 9LOS ANGELES7:00 PM-11:00 PM-Pagode and pizza at ZabumbaTuesday 10LOS ANGELES9:00 PM-Axé plays choro, baião, and samba at ZabumbaThursday 12BERKELEY, CAL.9:00 PM-Carlos Oliveira & Liza Silva at Nino’sLOS ANGELES8:30 PM-Lula & Afro-Brasil plus Luizinho and Paulinho at
    Zabumba10:00 PM-Kléber Jorge band & Meia-Noite at Mamagaya, 401
    N. La Cienega (310) 659-4999Friday 13ANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Sérgio 2000 at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES10:00 PM-MILA Samba School at Café Danssa10:00 PM-Lula & Afro-Brazilian Band at Mamagaya, 401 N.
    La Cienega (310) 659-4999Saturday 14FORT LAUDERDALE, FL.7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200ANAHEIM, CAL7:00 PM-Sérgio 2000 at Ginga BrasilLOS ANGELES9:30 PM-Flávia de Mello with ULA Samba Band at Zabumba10:00 PM-Constellation Band at Café DanssaSunday 15FORT LAUDERDALE, FL7:30 PM-Cláudio Fornaro at Brazil-Brazil (954) 561-8200LOS ANGELES8:30 PM-Andrea Miranda at ZabumbaMonday 16LOS ANGELES7:00 PM-11:00 PM-Pagode and pizza at ZabumbaSaturday 21SAN FRANCISCO8:00 PM – The 30th Friends of Bazil Carnaval Ball at the
    Galleria – A Salute to Soccer (415) 334-0106LOS ANGELES9:00 PM to 3 AM-Brazil Carnaval `98 at the Hollywood
    Palladium. More information at http://www.brazil-carnaval.com (213) 634-7811Saturday 28PLAYA DEL REY, CAL8:00 PM – Masquerade Carnaval at the Kava Club, 8415 Pershing
    Dr. (562) 863-3463

     

    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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