What to do on the weekend? Gla indicates new feat with Anitta, “Thor: Amor e Trovão” and more | Entertainment

Get your pad ready: Friday is here, and with it, our tips on what to do over the weekend. For headphones, you have feat new from anita“La Loto”, with Becky G and argentina Tiny – and the single “Adrenaline” with the italian Aramà and paraense Aila. To marathon at home, the good thing is the miniseries “Boo, Bitch”from Netflix, which features the charismatic Lana Condor, from “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”as the protagonist.

Looking for a read to relax on your rest days? We have too! The short story collection “Stories for Stressed Adults” it is a good request to read and reflect before going to sleep; and you can also bet on “History of Human Emotions” if you want to go further and better understand the whirlwind of feelings that are part of life. Once out of the house, it’s worth going to the cinemas to check out the new Thor sequel – “Thor: Love and Thunder” – and be present in the opening of Arena XP, a new sports, entertainment and gastronomy complex in Faria Lima, in São Paulo. Come find out more details about all this!

La Lotto – Tini feat Anitta and Becky G

Last Wednesday (6th), Argentina’s Tini – who was the protagonist of “Violet”Disney series – released the single “La Lotto” alongside Anitta and Becky G. Awaited by fans since Tini expressed interest in working with our girl from Rio in 2020, the song is a melodic reggaeton that should please anyone who likes hits with the same footprint as “To involve”.

Adrenaline – Aramà feat Aila

Adrenaline – Aramà feat Aíla — Photo: Rodolfo Magalhães

The Italian Aramà, who has lived in Brazil for years, teamed up with the Pará native Aíla – one of the main voices of contemporary pop from the Amazon – to launch a very Brazilian rhythm. Produced by Felipe Cordeiro and authored by Giulia Carmentano and Marianne Eis, the single “Adrenaline” arrives on the platforms this Friday and delivers a mix of funk-techno-cheesy that will make you want to dance.

To marathon: “Boo, Bitch” on Netflix

“Boo, Bitch” on Netflix — Photo: Playback/Instagram @lanacondor

Lana Condor, the protagonist of “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”, is the star of yet another Netflix production. The time is the comedy series “Boo, Bitch”, which premieres this Friday with 8 episodes. In the plot, she plays a shy student who decides to change her style and enjoy life to the fullest in her final year of high school. But a simple detail gets in the way of this plan: the next day, she discovers that she has become a ghost.

With popcorn: “Thor: Love and Thunder”

Natalie Portman in “Thor: Love and Thunder” — Photo: Disclosure

In the new Thor (Chris Hemsworth) sequel, the hero has his retirement interrupted by a galactic assassin known as Gorr, the Butcher of the Gods (Christian Bale). To combat the threat before it’s too late, he enlists the help of Valkiria (Tessa Thompson), Korg (Taika Waititi) and Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) – the ex-girlfriend who, to his surprise, has become the Almighty. Thor with the help of his magic hammer.

“Stories for Stressed Adults”by Lucy Mangan

“Stories for Stressed Adults” by Lucy Mangan

“Do you remember what it was like to read as a child? The wonderful feeling of being completely surrendered to a book. Glide smoothly between reality and imagination”. With that sentence, Lucy Mangan, journalist and columnist for The Guardianstarts the introduction of “Stories for Stressed Adults”.Gathering a collection of classics – among short stories, poems and excerpts from novels by authors such as Oscar Wilde, Lewis Carroll and Virginia Woolf -, the purpose of the publication is to bring a little peace at the end of stressful days.

“A History of Human Emotions”by Richard Firth-Godbehere

“A History of Human Emotions” by Richard Firth-Godbehere

Merging psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, art and theology, Richard Firfht-Godbere, specialist and researcher on the subject, proposes to unravel the history of emotions throughout the more than 300 pages of the book. Are we really rational creatures or do we let feelings like desire, disgust, love, fear and anger influence our choices?

For the author, emotions are present in all major events in history and are even essential for understanding all of them. With that in mind, he takes a tour of the topic and assesses how our perception has changed over time.

Opening of Arena XP

Inauguration of the “Arena XP” at Faria Lima — Photo: Disclosure

With the proposal to offer an opportunity to practice beach sports and provide leisure in an environment by the sea, the Arena XP arrived in São Paulo – more precisely, at Avenida Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 3825. The opening takes place tomorrow (9), and the proposal is for the space to become the main entertainment, lifestyle and sports complex in the capital of São Paulo.

The complex has an area of ​​about 4 thousand m², six blocks for the practice of beach tennis and other outdoor sports, as well as a restaurant, bar, and a large area for concerts and events. Arena XP holds about 1,500 people and will be open daily between 6:00 am and 12:00 am, depending on the operation of each space (via reservation or on a first-come, first-served basis).

To find out more information about the opening, schedule, values ​​and other questions, just keep an eye on instagram @arena.xp.

“Serrinha Art Festival” in Bragança Paulista — Photo: Disclosure

From the 9th to the 30th of July, Bragança Paulista will host a multicultural program with the arrival of 20th edition of the Serrinha Art Festival – which, this time, brings the theme “Brazil” to celebrate the plurality of Brazilian culture.

Shows by Arnaldo Antunes, Bala Desejo and Otto, a recital by Bené Fonteles with Lucinda, a parade by Ronaldo Fraga and a performance by Giselle Beiguelman are among the highlights of the program. In addition, there is also the show “Brazil – Serrinha Expedition”, what brings together unpublished works by a multidisciplinary group formed by the conductor and pianist Benjamim Taubkin, the filmmaker Beto Brant, the writer Diógenes Moura, the designer and sculptor Hugo França, the visual artist Laura Vinci, the choreographer Lú Brites, the photographer Luiz Braga, the cook Neka Menna Barreto, stylist Ronaldo Fraga, as well as Fabio Delduque, visual artist, artistic director of the Festival and curator of the exhibition.

For more details on the schedule, click here. To guarantee tickets for the shows and the Arte Serrinha Natural Park, just click here.

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