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I work as a Simultaneous Interpreter (contractor) for the International Visitor Leadership Program in the US State Department. I interpret in Kannada and Telugu, speaking at the...

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The advent of winter brings with it the annual 3rd i Film Festival, a visual smorgasbord of fresh perspectives and brave new voices by independent filmmakers from South Asia and...

It’s Still Rushdie—On the Road With Quichotte

Quichotte, the book: My first encounter with Don Quixote was as a child, in an Illustrated Classics book. On the cover was a picture of the knight on a horse, holding a spear,...

A Sixer by Tony Award-Winning Director in Testmatch

Pam MacKinnon, whom the LA Times called a “hot commodity on Broadway”, has come to San Francisco as American Conservatory Theater’s (A.C.T.’s) Artistic Director. In her...

Sarod Goes Electronic with Amaan and Ayaan

Sons of Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, sarod players and  brothers Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangash released a new album Infinity on September 6, 2019. Neha Kirpal spoke to the...
Nirbhaya Rises from the Sea of Fantasy

Nirbhaya Rises from the Sea of Fantasy

The Oscar winning movie The Shape of Water (2017), has a scene where a merman and his human paramour swim in a bathroom filled to the ceiling with water;  her hair streams like elegant seaweed and his fins expand in a glorious, orchestrated dance - a dreamscape that...

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    It is said that we are currently living in the era of 'Peak TV' - as in 'peak oil', a concept developed in the 1950’s by industry experts who predicted that the production of petroleum would peak around 1970, after which the world economy would suffer due to lack of...

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    Desi Roots, Global Wings Fifteen years ago, I wrote an essay titled “The Girl with the red dot” that was accepted by alternet.org for publication on their website. Through my writing, I was trying to explore my motives for wearing a bright red bindi during my years as...

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    The Kingdom of Cards

    Should art reflect our reality or should it transport us away from it? EnActe Arts staging of Tagore’s The Kingdom of Cards does both. This light hearted satirical musical dance drama was originally called Tasher Desh in Bengali, literally Card Country,  and inspired...

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    (Spoiler Alert) Overall an entertainer and downright hilarious in parts, Chhichhore is worthy of a watch! It also attempts to tackle an important contemporary issue among young students in India. Not sure a big screen experience is necessary however, so waiting for it...

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    One of the largest and most diverse cultural events in the heartland of America, the Chicago South Asian Film Festival, is all set to enthrall film enthusiasts and lovers of the arts, beginning from 19 September 2019. The four-day festival, which enters its 10th year,...

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    Yasmeen is a divorced Pakistani woman living in Houston with her children, Sam and Saira. It’s been years since she’s visited Pakistan, but when her mother arrives with stories of Hawagali and her childhood haunts, Yasmeen finds herself reliving memories, and these...


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    Some things are hardwired into our DNA no matter where we might travel across the globe. Language and vocabulary feature right at the top of the list. The words ‘Karnataka’ and ‘handcrafted puppetry’ jumped out at me from my email inbox one morning. I was intrigued...

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    Helping your children pursue Indian classical music and sustaining their interest through years of training and performance is no easy task. In the concluding part of her article on classical music education in America. musician Rajeswari Satish has laid out many...

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