Monday, October 4, 2010

SINCE 1998

I'll be singing with THE TONIGHT SHOW BAND on Thursday, October 14, 2010!
 : )

One of my great pleasures in life is to gather fresh branches of
rosemary (Alecrim in Portuguese) from my garden, sniff, and add it to
a chicken stew. I just learned that Rosmarinus officinallis is “rose
of the sea” in Latin, and that it helps to restore blood circulation
and invigorate your digestion. In Brasil, they use it to treat asthma
and rheumatism, among other things. Ok, your caboclo friend here is
going back to the kitchen!
P.S.: Caboclo is a Brazilian of Indian or mixed Indian and white ancestry.

Saturday, October 9th at 11pm
Special guest with Brazilian singer/composer Pedro Moraes (last show
of his US tour)
@ Key Club
9039 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, California

Saturday, October 16 at 9pm with Samba Society
@ Roxy’s
9009 Sunset Blvd.West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 278-9457
Also featuring Delta Nove and Sambada

Friday, October 29 with Viver Brasil Dance Company
@ Virgina G. Piper Theater - Scottsdale Center –Scottsdale, AZ
Below: Viver Brasil Dance Company @ Chicago airport on its way to a showcase in Pittsburgh. Katiaana, Mario, Katia, Badaró, Cldô, Annie, Dudé, Lailah, Rachel and Evan.

The Wall Street Journal printed an article about Dilma Roussef (Labor
Party candidate for the presidency) entitled “Ex-Guerrilla on Cusp of
Power in Brazil.” We’ll be voting again on Oct. 31st to decide between
Dilma and José Serra. What a scary Halloween celebration!

“Children of the Amazon” by Denise Zmekhol
Trailler and awarded DVD available at:

“Jean Charles” (directed by Henrique Goldman)
Screening on Wednesday, Oct. 6th at 7:30pm
@James Bridge Theater – UCLA
Melnitz Hall 1409 (Los Angeles, CA 90005)

“Shadow of the Wind” by Spanish author Carlos Ruiz Zafon .
What a book! I’m reading another one by the same writer called “Angel’s Game.”
“The Bad Girl” by Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa.

 “I do want to loose myself in the endless expanse, and in the open
fields, recognize yet another grain of myself, and harvest in return
the love I deserve. I do want to enter the burning cities, like a son,
like a clown, like a sultan. In the paths I trail, than, each one
shall be my brother.”
(A quote from “Zingareio,” a song by Pedro Moraes)

Zingareio comes from zíngaro that means gypsy. Here’s Chet Baker
playing Zingaro (Retrato em Preto e Branco) by Antonio Carlos Jobim

Love and Peace,
Katia : )

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