Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Governor Deval Patrick met with Antonio Anastasia, Governor of Minas Gerais, Brazil to foster economic and cultural ties between Massachusetts and Brazil – the sixth largest economy in the world.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Governor Deval Patrick today welcomed Governor of Minas Gerais, Brazil Antonio Anastasia for a meeting and conversation with delegation members of the 2011 Massachusetts Brazil Innovation Mission. The visit served as an opportunity to foster new and existing economic and cultural ties between Massachusetts and Brazil – the sixth largest economy in the world. Today’s event marks the second official visit from a Brazilian elected official since the 2011 Massachusetts Brazil Innovation Mission. In April, Governor Patrick welcomed President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff to the State House. The visit is part of an ongoing effort by the Patrick-Murray Administration to develop the Commonwealth’s economic relationship with Brazil. City-data.com has …
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Ontem ela visitou o palácio do governo em Boston e foi recebida pelo governador Deval Patrick, por dezenas de imigrantes que vestiam a camisa verde-e-amarela, e também ouviu hino do Brasil cantado por estudantes de Somerville.
Ontem ela visitou o palácio do governo em Boston e foi recebida pelo governador Deval Patrick, por dezenas de imigrantes que vestiam a camisa verde-e-amarela, e também ouviu hino do Brasil cantado por estudantes de Somerville. Dilma, que chegou ao poder depois de ser ministra da Casa Civil no governo Lula, relembrou a tradição progressivista de Massachusetts, cuja constituição de 1780 foi a primeira dos EUA a reconhecer o direito universal do ser humano. “Eu saúdo os acordos de cooperação assinados entre o Capes e pelo CNPq com a Universidade Harvard. Vislumbro desde já novos projetos, por exemplo, entre o Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica e o MIT.” Disse Dilma. Um pouco alheia aos acordos globais, Marisa Racini, mãe de uma adolescente …
Dilma Rousseff, in her first visit to the United States since becoming President of Brazil, did not make a stop in Marlborough, but besides visiting the State House and the Governor, delivered a speech Tuesday night at Harvard University.
Read a Portuguese language version here. Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff continued her historic first trip to the United States Tuesday, stopping in Massachusetts. The first woman to become president of Brazil was greeted by Governor Deval Patrick, as dozens of migrant families waved the green-and-yellow-Brazilian flag along Beacon Street, and students, from Somerville, sang Brazil’s national anthem. On Monday, Rousseff met with President Barack Obama. Tuesday, in Boston she continued her Brazil and U.S. cooperation agenda meeting at the State House with Patrick and making a visit to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the morning and Harvard University in the evening. She did not stop in Marlborough, which has one of the …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Brazilian President Dilma Rouseff is making two stops in the United States, Tuesday to Massachusetts and one to Washington D.C. to meet with President Barack Obama today.
Governor Deval Patrick will welcome President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff to the State House tomorrow, April 10. The President’s visit is a direct result of Governor's 2011 trade mission to Brazil. President Rousseff’s only other stop in the United States will be to Washington, D.C. today, where part of her itinerary includes meeting with President Barack Obama. While in Massachusetts, Rousseff will make a visit to Harvard University but will not stop in Marlborough. “I look forward to welcoming President Rousseff to the State House,” said Patrick in a press release. “As one of the fastest growing economies in the world, Brazil is an important commercial and cultural partner for Massachusetts and we are honored that the President will make …
Friday, January 13, 2012
The Special Event Bridal Shoppe has been in Marlborough for 12 years.
This full service wedding gown and party dress shop has quite a history. "My grandmother designed wedding gowns in Brazil," said Nilza White who co-owns the store with her daughter, Michelle Berio, "I was the only one in my family of 10 children who was interested in fashion." Previously located across the street at 534 Lincoln St., White explains that she and her husband purchased the building where the shop is currently housed about five years ago. "The building was renovated. Then, my husband moved his business, White Real Estate, and I moved my bridal shop into it." "I first started because I wanted to help my mother out and see if I liked doing it," said Berio, co-owner for four years and business graduate of Massachusetts Bay …