Home business growth – behind the scenes

April 27

In this version you will find the best deals on buying, selling and exchanging houses. And yet: the (not brief) history of Portuguese populism; What happened to the memory of Carlos T. and the lyrics of songs like Chico Fininho or Porto Covo.

Resistant to real estate crisis (covid) or war. The latest figures show that in 2021, in Portugal, prices rose 9% compared to 2020, with record sales – more than 165 thousand homes, a total of 28 billion euros operated. Journalist Raquel Lito went looking for good deals to buy, sell and exchange. He found several cases, though not all people wanted to take pictures (they wanted to protect themselves in the face of the situation we were going through). After dozens of phone calls and email exchanges with several real estate agencies, the four families agreed to open their doors and tell their home stories.

The white beard of populism
Sociologist Jose Luis Juquette thought he was going to make a “small book, as we see in the supermarket.” “I thought it was really a brief history of Portuguese populism,” he told Subdita Vanda Marquez. “After research, things were different. On the phone during his vacation in Algarve, the researcher talked for about 1 hour and explained how Sa Carneiro was a popular leader, even Humberto Delgado. “It simply came to our notice then. But Portugal has a beard of populism – and white. “

Journalist Filippa Teixeira interviews lyricist Carlos T.

Journalist Filippa Teixeira interviews lyricist Carlos T.

The original song is lost
For this interview, journalist Filippa Teixeira asked Carlos Teke to send him pictures of the old song. But to his surprise, he revealed that he did not have them. “I typed by hand. It’s wasted all the time, “he said. Once its function is complete, lyrics like “Chico Fininho” or “Porto Covo” end up in the trash, “they go down in history”. It reflects the way Carlos T looks at life. Everything has time and in the end “there are stories, memories and inevitable flaws in the formation of thoughts about life in the form of songs”.

It wasn't easy for journalist Tiago Carasco to interview model Angela Nikolaou, who photographed skyscrapers or cranes: she only spoke Russian.

It wasn’t easy for journalist Tiago Carasco to interview model Angela Nikolaou, who photographed skyscrapers or cranes: she only spoke Russian.


The Russian model did not speak of war
It wasn’t easy to interview Angela Nikolaou, who has 700,000 Instagram followers and climbed more than 200 skyscrapers to take some of the world’s most amazing photos. Models and painters speak only Russian. Journalist Tiago Carrasco sent the questions in English to the model’s agent, who took care of their translation. When asked about his position on the war in Ukraine, he refused to resolve the issue. Perhaps freedom of expression in Moscow is now more dangerous than hanging pictures.

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April 27

In this version you will find the best deals on buying, selling and exchanging houses. And yet: the (not brief) history of Portuguese populism; What happened to the memory of Carlos T. and the lyrics of songs like Chico Fininho or Porto Covo.

April 20

This Saturday Younis Munoz has a lot of stories that his colleagues, family and friends have portrayed him as a great actress without being a diva (i.e. without the stars). And there’s chaos in our PPM, a special tennis match, and Gilmario Wember’s profile – the conversation happened after Sporting’s defeat, and so the comedian wasn’t too happy.

April 12th

Jesus is a holy person to Catholics. But what is known about the man? Do you know how to read Did you marry Mary Magdalene? Did you live in india We went looking for the answer. And yet: the story of Master Martim Sosa Tavares, the new judge of Idolos; Easter sweets made by pastry chefs for SÁBADO – one even flew from Porto.

April 06

It was an incident that shocked the country, on February 10, when news broke that a young man was planning a massacre at the science faculty in Lisbon. Two months later, we told him what really happened and outlined Joao’s profile, with the help of his parents, who spoke for the first time.

March 30th

Now that the epidemic seems to be over, it’s time to enjoy the Easter holidays. Six SÁBADO journalists have traveled across the country, from Tras-os-Montes to Algarve to give you the best advice.

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