THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Faith: The Uphill Path of a Progressive Hindu

    Faith: The Uphill Path of a Progressive Hindu September 2017 - Sunita Viswanath, with her progressive and inclusive approach, promotes environmental hygiene among Hindus, speaks against Islamophobia, and takes on the saffron-clad Hindu right.

  • Youth: What’s Your Tipping Point?

    Youth: What’s Your Tipping Point? September 2017 - TIPPING WELL IS IMPORTANT: Ungenerous South Asian tippers should realize that restaurant servers rely on gratuities for their livelihood, notes a college sophomore who moonlights as a waiter.

  • Breaking Out: Siddharth Dhananjay Raps His Way To Stardom In Sundance Hit Patti Cake$

    Breaking Out: Siddharth Dhananjay Raps His Way To Stardom In Sundance Hit Patti Cake$ September 2017 - Siddharth Dhananjay was studying philosophy in Grinnell College in Iowa when his parody rap videos went viral, winning him a plum U.S. movie role. Patti Cake$ has humor, energy, and great beats.

  • People: Ten Minutes with Kumail Nanjiani, Better Than Chicken Biryani!

    People: Ten Minutes with Kumail Nanjiani, Better Than Chicken Biryani! September 2017 - INTERVIEW WITH KUMAIL NANJIANI: Meet the actor and writer who, along with Emily Gordon, his wife, is breaking stereotypes and bringing a fresh perspective to rom-coms.

  • Financial Planning: Wealth Management for Desis

    Financial Planning: Wealth Management for Desis September 2017 - MONEY MATTERS FOR INDIAN-AMERICANS: Rajesh Jyotishi’s The Money Talk, a clearly written guide on retirement and estate planning, is filled with helpful advice. Jyotishi shines in his clarity.

  • TalkTime: The Oenophile

    TalkTime: The Oenophile September 2017 - PEERLESS EXPERT ON WINES: Vineyard owner Rajat Parr is a winner of three James Beard Awards, most recently in the ‘Who’s Who of Food and Drink in America’ category.

  • Americana: The Road to Nicodemus

    Americana: The Road to Nicodemus September 2017 - Jesus told Nicodemus that, to enter the Kingdom of God, a person must be “born again.” In 1877, at the end of Reconstruction, the South reverted to its racist ways and many blacks left.

  • Happenings: At IIFA, Bollywood Takes a Bite of the Big Apple

    Happenings: At IIFA, Bollywood Takes a Bite of the Big Apple August 2017 - IIFA 2017: THE SIZZLE, THE DAZZLE, AND THE LETDOWNS: The International Indian Film Academy bought Bollywood to New York for their 18th Awards extravaganza. Here’s our exclusive report on its highs and lows.

  • Indo-American Relations: Building The Ties That Bind

    Indo-American Relations: Building The Ties That Bind August 2017 - THE MODI-TRUMP “BROMANCE”: CAN THE TWO NATIONS CASH IN ON IT? From fighting terrorism to trade deficit, there are many bilateral issues. What did Modi’s recent U.S. visit achieve?

  • Movie Review: The Big Sick

    Movie Review: The Big Sick August 2017 - Kumail Nanjiani and his wife wrote the screenplay for The Big Sick from their own romance. It releases this month to much acclaim. Interracial romance, parents object--and then there's a twist!

 

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