Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Spring forward with some OFA gear: Free shipping, for a limited time only!


Credit: Brazilian - American Chamber of Commerce, INC.


New York Hilton Midtown     |    New York, USA    |    29-30 Mar 2016    


Leducation is a 2 day event being held from 29th March to the 30th March 2016 at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel in New York, United States Of America. This event showcases products like association approval and as indicated in accordance with guidelines set forth by the associations listed below etc etc. in the Business Services industry.

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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Wonderful people from Anápolis - Go \ Brazil.

Affordable Art Fair New York logoThe Affordable Art Fair New York will be held at The Tunnel in New York, USA. The event is scheduled from the 30th March to the 3rd April 2016. This fall’s fair will showcase 48 regional, national and international galleries including Affordable Art Fair mainstays, Manifold, Art Angler, Tolman Collection of Tokyo, and Rebecca Hossack Gallery, as well as highly anticipated newcomers such as HOV, Eye Buy Art and Galerie Youn. This five-day event is dedicated to fostering an inspiring and enjoyable atmosphere where a diverse array of affordable, contemporary art by living artists is available.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

                          "Better to be happy than to be sad..."
This funny group is a little of than the Brazil has of best: A-R-T!

Lena Medeiros presents: "THE JOURNEY" / Celebrating 10 years Exhibitions in New York. 

The Senate deliberately refusing to schedule hearings or a vote on a president's Supreme Court nominee is unprecedented in recent history.

Good morning, folks --
In a few hours, I’ll be heading over to Georgetown University’s Law Center, where I’m going to speak to you about why it’s so vitally important that Chief Judge Merrick Garland’s nomination gets the consideration our Constitution affords it.
Now, between all the back-and forth you hear from all sides -- from pundits and from your own members of Congress -- I know it’s often hard to know what’s what in these political debates.
And that’s on all of us to fix. Our politics are clearly broken. But what we need to make sure right now is that Washington’s dysfunction doesn’t become a constitutional crisis.
At the end of the day, no matter your politics, this comes down to the simple but vital obligation that we all have to do our jobs.
Most Americans go to work every day understanding that they’ve got a job to do. There are days when you might not want to. But you don’t have the luxury of simply deciding not to work because it’s not convenient for you.
Neither should a United States Senator.
And right now, the United States Senate has a job to do. The Constitution has written a straightforward description of what that job calls for:
It says the President “shall” appoint someone to fill a Supreme Court vacancy, with the Senate’s “Advice and Consent.”
That includes consulting and voting. Voting in favor, or voting against – but voting.
Saying nothing, seeing nothing, reading nothing, and hearing nothing is not an option.
In my 36 years in the United States Senate, the Constitution was always our guidepost. Which meant that every single Supreme Court nominee got a hearing, a committee vote, and a floor vote. Period.
If our Senators don’t do that this time, it could be an entire year before the highest court in our nation is able to do its job the way the Constitution requires it to do.
Folks, this is important. And it affects every single one of us.
Vice President Joe Biden
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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

More than 20 million Americans have gained health coverage under Obamacare.

More than 20 million Americans have gained health coverage under Obamacare.
Organizing for Action

More than 20 million Americans have gained health coverage under Obamacare.
More than 20 million Americans have gained health coverage under Obamacare.

Brazil: Midyear Economic and Political Outlook
                            NYC - USA

Paulo Vieira da CunhaPartner and Head of Research, EMVal Partners, LLC
Paulo Vieira da Cunha is a Partner and Head of Research at EMVAL Partners. Mr. Vieira da Cunha completed a two-year appointment as Deputy Governor at the Central Bank of Brazil, where he was also a member of the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (COPOM). For nearly a decade, he produced and managed research on Latin America for the global securities industry, first at Lehman Brothers and later at HSBC. Mr. Vieira da Cunha holds a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley.

Márcio GarciaAssociate Professor, PUC-RIO
Márcio Garcia is associate professor at PUC-Rio, Brazil, since 1991, having already served as Department Chairman and Director of both Graduate and Undergraduate Studies. During 2013, he is visiting the Sloan School, MIT, and the NBER. He holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University Economics Department. His areas of research are International Finance and Monetary Economics. Marcio has been visiting professor/scholar at the economics departments of Stanford, Chicago, and MIT, in the US, and at Paris School of Economics (then, DELTA) and Université D'Evry-Val-D'Essone, in France. He has consulted for international and Brazilian institutions, as The World Bank, IMF, IADB, ECLAC/UN, BM&F Bovespa, BNDES, Icatu, ANBID, NEO Investimentos, and others. He is a member of the Bellagio Group.
I remember my dream of becoming a professional MLB player, to represent my people and to help those I love through this game. Being born in a country where baseball is the national pastime gave me the foundation to become the person and the player I am today.
At 26 years of age, I made a decision to leave my Cuba.
Not knowing what the outcome would be, I, along with a few members of my family, floated away in a small cramped boat for more than 12 hours before reaching Haiti. The waters were rough, the night was scary, and the sun was unforgiving.
I remember looking back as we drifted away, leaving behind my life, my family, my friends, and my two-year-old son. I could feel my heart pounding harder and harder as we got further away. I knew that even if I made it to my destination safely, I didn't know if I would be able to ever return.
It was the hardest decision I have had to make but it was exactly what needed to happen. I couldn't have imagined how blessed my life was going to be after I left; how my dream of becoming a professional player in the Major Leagues would become a reality, as well as becoming a symbol of pride for my people.
Yet, I lived not knowing if or when I would be able to see my family or be able to go back.
I was so blessed to return to my homeland last year as part of the Baseball Goodwill Tour thanks to the efforts of Major League Baseball, the MLB Players Association, President Obama, and the Cuban government.
That empty dark part of my heart was suddenly filled with joy and great appreciation.
I treasured every minute I spent with my family, the future heroes of the game, and the beautiful faces of my fans in Cuba. I cried tears of happiness while holding my son and left happy knowing that soon we'll be able to play baseball without boundaries. And thank God, that's exactly how all of my dreams are coming true.
José D. Abreu
P.S. Yesterday, for the first time in 17 years, an MLB team played the Cuban national team in an exhibition game in Havana.
You can read President Obama's reflections on what this small step means for relations between our two countries at ESPN.com.
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