Binge like Bourdain
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A journey through Brazil’s mind-blowing Inhotim art park with the eccentric mining tycoon who built it all.
An illustrated history of Chicago’s rock scene through the work of artist Jay Ryan.
Arará, a spiritual practice born in West Africa and carried to the West Indies by enslaved people was hidden for the better part of Cuban history.
He was famous beyond Cuba’s shores for his mighty endowment, a symbol of an era of sex and sin. But when the revolution came, he disappeared.
Like the city it calls home, this carefully wrought fortress of white privilege had fallen into disrepair and violence before emerging, haltingly, into a more inclusive but uncertain version of itself.
On the surface, Batumi makes no sense. Somehow the city survives.
Local producers are struggling to keep the industry from being taken over by corporate behemoths.
“Mexico is a country where everyday people fight to live. All too often they lose that battle. A magnificent, heartbreakingly beautiful country.”
“Just as the doors are opening, my crew and I are among the first to record what has been unseen for decades by most of the world.”
Citizens of this Brazilian city unite to create an inclusive, bike-friendly environment.
In Brazil, a thorny shrub is savored for its rebellious history.
It was on this land that sugarcane became one of the pillars of the Brazilian economy.