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The Page of Disquiet

November 19, 2018

Strangers do things that annoy us, make us laugh, and make us cry in the great city of Lisbon. Here is the place to share your stories anonymously.

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Lisbon Implied, or How to Talk About Locations Like a Local

November 9, 2018

If a Lisboeta tells you to go to a certain place whose name you’ve never heard — and you’re not quite sure where to find it — here’s what they mean.

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The Fight for Miradouro de Santa Catarina

November 6, 2018

Whether you’re a Lisbon local or are just visiting, you’ve probably gone to Miradouro de Santa Catarina and asked yourself, “What the hell happened to Adamastor?” Well, this is what’s happened…

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Cruising the Tejo: Lisbon Party Boat

October 15, 2018

They say Lisbon is best seen by boat, and considering the Tejo is the lifeblood of the city, this isn’t much of a surprise. What did come as a surprise, however, is just quite how spectacular it can be and how easy it is to do.

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2018 Nova Batida GUME

Nova Batida 2018: A Festival Divided

September 24, 2018

Nova Batida is an exciting new addition to Lisbon’s festival scene. However, despite its potential, there were a few obstacles at this festival’s debut.

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MotelX horror film festival Lisbon. Lisboa favorite film festival

MotelX: A Snapshot of Lisbon’s Favorite Film Festival

September 17, 2018

MotelX is arguably Portugal’s most beloved film festival, with thousands of devout followers showing up over the course of a week each September to binge on horror flicks. Atlas joined them, as always.

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2018 LISB-ON Jardim Sonoro

LISB-ON 2018: A Festival in the Heart of Lisbon

September 7, 2018

We could really feel a family atmosphere at LISB-ON: people talking and laughing like old friends, and organizers mixing with the scattering of artists. Michael Mayer told us how special Lisbon was to him as he has been coming here for more than 20 years. The guys who were running around organizing everything were old friends of his from the late ’90s and early ’00s, he told us. They were the guys booking him back then. This family feeling was starting to make sense.

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