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  • Musings: Student and Short-Order Cook in the Sixties

    Musings: Student and Short-Order Cook in the Sixties August 2019 - A SUMMER JOB AS A SHORTORDER COOK: In the early ’60s, an Indian student was hired to work in a kitchen—but he didn’t know how to cook.

  • Stories of a Lifetime

    Stories of a Lifetime August 2019 - Reflections on a unique oral storytelling bond between a little girl and her grandfather: You could count on my grandfather to elicit such extreme responses to his presence.

  • Spell Pundits: Churning Out Bee Champions

    Spell Pundits: Churning Out Bee Champions July 2019 - ROOTS OF SPELLING BEE SUCCESS: How SpellPundit, and the Dasari family who created the startup, can explain a lot about the rise of Indian-American spell champions.

  • Films: You Can’t Hurry Love…

    Films: You Can’t Hurry Love… July 2019 - ANOTHER HIT FROM "THE LUNCHBOX" DIRECTOR: As Ritesh Batra explains, and his "Photograph" shows, people find love in unexpected places—and ways. Watch it on a lazy summer afternoon!

  • Looking Back: Watching the Moon Landing from Bombay

    Looking Back: Watching the Moon Landing from Bombay July 2019 - REMEMBERING THE APOLLO 11 MISSION: When Neil Armstrong visited Bombay fifty years ago, this
    awestruck author was in the audience. Here's what it meant to her then and 3 aspects just as compelling now.

  • IndiaScope: Round Two for Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    IndiaScope: Round Two for Prime Minister Narendra Modi July 2019 - The only surprise of the election results was the scale of Modi’s victory. In India and the diaspora, Indians reacted as Americans (and Indian-Americans) had after Trump won in 2016.

  • Life Positive: Insights from a Beloved Psychiatrist

    Life Positive: Insights from a Beloved Psychiatrist June 2019 - A book review of Dr. Suvrat Bhargave’s A Moment of Insight, followed by an interview with this respected child and adolescent psychiatrist who believes that we are all "a spark of the divine."

  • Cinema: The Quiet Hero

    Cinema: The Quiet Hero June 2019 - MASTERCLASS WITH BOLLYWOOD STAR MANOJ BAJPAYEE: Views and insights from an acclaimed actor at Toronto’s International Film Festival of South Asia, where his latest film "Bhonsle" was screened.

  • Book Review: Spelling S-U-C-C-E-S-S: Deliberate Practice, Growth Mindset, and True Grit

    Book Review: Spelling S-U-C-C-E-S-S: Deliberate Practice, Growth Mindset, and True Grit June 2019 - Indian-American kids have been dominating the esteemed Scripps National Spelling Bee. ANTHROPOLOGIST SHALINI SHANKAR talks about SPELLING BEE WINNERS in her new book "Beeline."

  • Travel: Canada's Hidden Gems

    Travel: Canada's Hidden Gems June 2019 - The border between the United States and Canada stretches 5,525 miles, the longest border separating two nations. The Great White North seems familiar, but here are some special destinations.

 

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