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QuickLook @ CCBU | July 12, 2010 Edition
Eleições Presidenciais Brasileiras / Mesas Eleitorais
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O Consulado-Geral está mobilizando brasileiros residentes na Flórida para integrarem as 27 seções eleitorais deste Posto nas eleições presidenciais de 2010. Cada uma das 27 mesas terá cinco mesários, pelo que serão necessários 135 nomes, que deverão ser informados ao Tribunal Regional Eleitoral do DF até 20 de julho próximo. Cabe observar que os mesários deverão necessariamente ser eleitores (detentores de Título de Eleitor brasileiro), embora não tenham de estar inscritos nesta Zona Eleitoral.

As eleições serão realizadas no dia 3 de outubro, e um eventual segundo turno.

Os e-mails de resposta devem ser encaminhados ao endereço rparente@brazilmiami.org, daniel.lisboa@itamaraty.gov.br e oscar@brazilmiami.org.

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THE XXV INTERNATIONAL HISPANIC THEATRE FESTIVAL OF MIAMI
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Teatro Avante
sonhos de segismundo
25 YEARS CELEBRATING HISPANIC CULTURE
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THE XXV INTERNATIONAL HISPANIC THEATRE FESTIVAL OF MIAMI
July 7 to August 1, 2010

REPRESENTING THE COUNTRY OF BRAZIL:
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
July 14, 15 & 16, 8:30 p.m.

OS SONHOS DE SEGISMUNDO (Sigmundo's Dreams)
by Luis Alberto Alonso & Tiago Chaves/Directed by Luis Alberto Alonso/(In Portuguese with Spanish supertitles)/OCO TEATRO Laboratório, Salvador, Bahia, BRAZIL/Co-sponsored by Petrobras

Six characters set out on a mythical journey into their dreams in a play that draws from five literary sources: Pedro Calderón de la Barca’s Life is a Dream, Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, works by Eduardo Galiano and Jorge Amado and Brazil’s “literatura de cordel”, the cheaply produced but often fascinating booklets displayed on strings at newsstands around the country.

Teatro AvanteAdrienne Arscht Center

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ANIMIAMI 2010 KICKOFF PARTY: JULY 15 9PM
animiami kick off party
3 WAY PRODUCTIONS is inviting local talent and industry professionals for a night of fun, networking and some surprises.

Cafeina Wynwood Lounge
297 NW 23 St. Miami, FL
305.438.0792
Open Bar from 9-10pm
Free Valet Parking
DJ Terence & Ray Millian
MWCC interactive animation by Spencer Morin

This is the first of a series of ANIMIAMI events leading up to the conference and festival in October 2010.

ANIMIAMI 2010 is an animation festival and conference, taking place in Miami on October 16 & 17, at the Miami International University of Art & Design. The festival combines the best of what Siggraph and BDA Promax have in non-theatrical and commercial animation.

Visit www.animiami.com to participate in this important event

REMINDER
Seu Jorge July 23
Tatiana Henrique
Seu Jorge
Friday July 23
Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater
Visit Seu Jorge online

Tickets are $40.50, on sale through Ticketmaster.com or (800) 745-3000

SAVE THE DATE
August 7 - FEIJOADA & BRAZILIAN FILMS MIFF 2010
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feijoada
You are cordially invited to join
CCBU's members and friends at a

FEIJOADA & FILMS
Saturday, August 7 from 1 to 5 p.m.
at INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL
100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL 33131

Meet and greet VIVIANE SPINELLI, one of the founders of the Brazilian Film Festival of Miami, considered the largest film festival dedicated exclusively to Brazilian cinema abroad, which started the Inffinito Festival Circuit and currently showcases approximately 40 Brazilian productions during the largest competitive festival outside of Brazil. Viviane will give us a special preview of the upcoming Brazilian Film Festival. She will register guests interested in having a free pass for the festival and will also raffle tickets for selected movies.

CCBU Members: $30.00
Non- Members: $35.00
Cash Bar

Information and reservations: ccbu@centroculturalbrasilusa.org
Phone: 305-376-8864

Brazilian Film Festival of Miami

Brazilian Cuisine: Feijoada

Feijoada Serves 15
Recipe from the book BRAZIL, A Cook’s Tour. By Christopher Idone

Feijoada is the child of Brazilian slavery. The dish evolved from a pot of black beans boiled up with all the lesser bits of the pig. It eventually developed into an elaborate stew built around the beans cooked with assorted meats, smoked pork, sausages, and so on. The meal is served in courses, commencing with the bean liquid, or soup, followed by separate platers of beans, meats, rice, shredded kale, and accompanied by citric fruits, hot peppers, and toasted farofa, which are mixed as the diner wishes at the table. The dish is as sophisticated as a good French cassoulet.

The Meats
• 1 pound carne seca or salted corned beef
• 1 smoked beef tongue (about 1 3/4 pounds) or cured beef tongue
• 1 salted pork butt (about 1 3/4 pounds)
• 1 pound salted pork ribs (all attached)
• 1/2 pound salted slab bacon
• 1/2 pound fresh pigs’ ears
• 3 fresh pigs’ tails
• 1pound (about 3) fresh pigs’ feet, split in half lengthwise
• 1/2 pound paio (a fatty blook pork sausage, available at Brazilian specialty shops)
• 1/2 pound linguiça sausage (or other swee Italian pork sausage)
• 1/2 pound smoked calabrese-type sausage (or other smoked spicy sausage)

The Beans
• 2  pounds dried black beans, washed and picked clean
• 1 medium onion, peeled
• 4 bay leaves
• 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
• 3 large garlic cloves, chopped
• Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste

Side Dishes
• Simple Boiled White Rice
• Sliced or whole peeled oranges
Couve Kale (or collard greens)
• Simple Farofa
• And preserved malagueta peppers

The Day Before
In a very large stockpot, add the carne seca, beef tongue, pork butt and ribs. Add enough water to cover generously and refrigerate for 24 hours, changing the water once or twice. At the same time, in a separate stockpot, add the salted bacon, pigs’ ears and pigs’ feet. Add enough water to cover generously and refrigerate for 24 hours, changing the water once or twice.

In a large kettle, combine the beans and cold water to cover and set aside. Allow to soak for at least 6 hours, or refrigerate overnight. read more

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