Author: Eden Flaherty
“Vidas Negras Importam” aka Black Lives Matter Demonstration Marches Through Lisbon
June 9, 2020
“Vidas Negras Importam” aka Black Lives Matter marched through central Lisbon on as part of the demonstrations that have taken place around the world in the wake of George Floyd’s murder at the hands of a police officer in the United States. Gathering outside Alameda metro station, the diverse crowd of demonstrators milled about on […]
Atlas Shoots the Breeze with SmokedFalmon
March 11, 2020
Get to know SmokedFalmon and fall in love with their tunes.
Meu Nome É Mariana | Behind the Scenes with Mariana Badan
March 9, 2020
Mariana Badan is energy incarnate. From her larger-than-life stage presence to the almost inhuman number of projects she is involved with, Mariana has been making big waves in the Lisbon music scene. As part of the ongoing series in partnership with PORT to PORT festival, we took a look behind the scenes. Your name: My […]
Work More, Live Less: Co-Work in the Mountains
March 3, 2020
Like the Essenes of times gone past, digital nomads shall shun the trappings of modern city living. Instead, choosing to spend their time in the mountains for periods of quiet self-reflection. Or, you know, group chats on Slack.
Mixing Music on… Cassette Tapes?
February 27, 2020
Mark Waldron-Hyden will be gracing our wonderful city this March as part of PORT to PORT festival. But before he gets here with his synths, samples, and cassette tapes (yes, you read that right), we thought we’d get a behind the scenes look.
PSA: Give Blood (If You Can Figure Out How)
February 22, 2020
The Portuguese Blood and Transplantation Institute (IPST) has warned that there is a shortage of type A and O blood in the country. Thus, they are calling on all you fine people to step up to the plate, roll up your sleeves, and nibble icing-caked cookies as they drain off a completely reasonable amount of […]
Good News, Freelancers! Portugal Increases IVA Threshold
February 11, 2020
People getting paid on the recibos verdes system will not have to pay IVA if they earn €12500 or less — an increase of 25%, but a far cry from other countries.