A Semana: DNA, Clay Aiken, Raquel, And Violence In Rio

Openly gay Olympic gold diver Matthew Mitcham lands the cover of the latest issue of DNA magazine.

Yes, he is gay: in case you have been hiding under a rock, Clay Aiken came out on People magazine, and opened up to Diane Sawyer.

David Archuleta immortalized in corn?

Thanks to the issues with sales of tickets for Madonna's concerts in Brazil, tickets for three of the performances in December are available again online through Ticketmaster. Tickets for Kylie Minogue's concert in São Paulo on November 8 are already on sale.

Raquel Zimmermann and Jamie Burke are given a glam rock treatment in the latest Interview, courtesy of Terry Richardson.

Out magazine celebrates Tom Bianchi's polaroids of Fire Island in the 70s.

Paris will get its first skyscraper in 30 years, and it looks amazing.

A 26-year-old German tourist was robbed and assaulted yesterday morning at Avenida Atlântica in Copacabana. The aggressor managed to escape, while the victim was taken to a hospital. As much as I hate to report on the ugly side of things, incidents like this do happen in Rio and you should be careful if you are heading to the city for Pride on October 12. Last month four Chinese tourists were kidnapped, and earlier this year a Danish tourist was stabbed on the arm while being robbed in Copacabana as well.

If you are in São Paulo this weekend, make sure to stop by The Week on Sunday afternoon for the Gira-Sol pool party with super hot DJ Antoine 909. On October 4, Ralphi Rosario will be spinning at the club.


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