Author: Bogdan Kamuta
SBSR 2019: Friday night in Meco.
July 22, 2019
This year, for its 25th anniversary, the Super Bock Super Rock Festival headed back to the woods in Meco, near a semi-nudist beach, down south in Sesimbra. Having had a good time at last year’s version in Parque das Nações, and being big fans of both Charlotte Gainsbourg and beaches, semi-nudist or other, Atlas decided […]
Over Flow: A Suffocating Reminder
October 29, 2018
A review of Tadashi Kawamata’s new piece “Over Flow” at MAAT involving cigarette butts and unnecessarily printed ticket stubs.
The Futures of Lisbon: A Concerned Immigrant’s Preview.
August 28, 2018
Futuros de Lisboa is a unique interactive multimedia art exhibit composed of photographs, essays, videos, illustrations, and all sorts of weirdness, compiled by professionals in various fields, academics, artists, and regular citizens of Lisbon. The show examines one simple question that is on the mind of anyone who lives here: “What comes next for this magical little town?”
Sama Sama 2.0
August 20, 2018
Sama Sama Crepe and Juice Bar, one of the best vegan food joints in town, and undoubtedly one of a kind, opened its doors to the public in May of 2017. Atlas was there (read more here), so, naturally, we were curious as to how they’re doing: what the highs and lows have been, what […]
Fear and Loathing in Portugal’s Immigration System
April 18, 2018
CNAI (Porgual’s National Immigrant Support Centre) was set up to make assimilation for the growing amount of immigrants to Portugal less complicated. What follows is an account of how our correspondent availed himself of their services in Lisbon.
Sama Sama: The Couple Behind the Crepes
June 19, 2017
The crepes embody the philosophy of Sama Sama, Cais do Sodré’s newest resident eatery: Same same, but different.
Intendente Part 2: Where the Tramps Dwell
May 5, 2017
Intendente takes little more than a minute to walk across, but each time its pulse can be felt within seconds, be it good or bad or both.