Rising rock band Zerobridge talks about its music, family ties and Kashmiri roots.
Janina Gavankar talks about being brown in Hollywood—and being Ms. Dewey.
Voxtrot frontman Ramesh Srivastava talks about making music that’s introspective but not depressing, his discovery of bhangra and his bi-cultural identity.
Community do-gooder Ahmad Razvi stumbled into an acting career, and his debut in Man Push Cart is receiving rave reviews.
Shailja Patel uses the saris she inherited from her mother to illustrate the truth of South Asian women’s lives.
Abha Dawesar talks about That Summer in Paris—her new novel, and her time spent writing it in the city of lights.
Writer Pooja Makhijani hopes to provoke discourse and dialogue with her anthology of women’s childhood experiences of race in America.
The Rhythmaya School of Dance preserves the richness of South Asian dance in the new world.
Funny lady Rasika Mathur talks about how the Bard launched her comedy career.
Tabla player Suphala fuses sensual electronic melodies with classical tabla beats, and the world is beginning to take notice.