“The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you.”
Neil deGrasse Tyson.
The waters of Portugal appear to be the jumping-off point for Swedish singer-songwriter Christian Kjellvander’s first song on his 2003 album.
Chega keeps getting more and more support as it promises to clean up Portugal, which doesn’t sound ominous at all, right?
Florijn de Graaf has dedicated his life to engineering self-sufficient communities that combine traditional techniques with modern technology, and he’s bringing his expertise to Portugal.
As it happens
On a Thursday night in Club B.Leza, singer and guitarist Elisa Guerra and bassist Francisco Couto stand with their backs turned to the crowd, facing drummer Miguel Gomes as their
Lara Curran interviews the Irish painter Vigne-Welsh and the Slovenian sculptor Mršek about their upcoming exhibit at Galeria Augustine in Santa Apolónia and learns how two different approaches gelled in Lisbon.
On stage, Madu seems to become 10 feet tall; a charming and infectious giant of energy and vocal virtuosity. Her passion for music and her joy for sharing experiences through performance seem inexhaustible.
A brainstorming session during the pandemic led to the creation of an artist collective and residency program in Portugal’s countryside, with a serious footprint in Lisbon.
Emanuel de Sousa’s art might not be the kind you are used to if older, more traditional painting is your thing. His style is super-contemporary in its large format, bold
“Reflector” is a series by Atlas correspondent David Soares about songs by non-Portuguese bands inspired — in many cases, rather mysteriously — by the westernmost European nation. No rebrand for this magazine happening
The correct use of Portuguese idioms is a great way to really use a language and an even better way to understand the people who speak it. Not surprisingly, the