From my dumb ideas of the year bin – Gora sahib, Andrew lloyd Webber has decided that he needs to recast Bombay Dreams with a white cast in order to make it to Broadway. Oh shit, now a brit with brains smaller than his d**k is going to decide what Americans will find accessible. Yo … Continue reading Bombay Dreams, now in all white
Sixty-five thousand people — students, professionals, hippies and the just plain curious — flocked to New York to hear the Dalai Lama. But did they find anything meaningful beyond a sunny day, a picnic lunch, and a guest appearance by Richard Gere? [Salon] Continue reading Dharma in the park
Mercury News reports that Indians are getting a disproportionately large number of tickets for Jay Walking in Fremont. Another piece from MSNBC (Thanks Gauava) Continue reading Dude, don’t know how to walk or what?
Jhumpa Lahiri, who became a major icon at NRI is getting rave reviews for her new book, The NameSake. Here is what the New York Times had to say about the book. Jhumpa Lahiri’s quietly dazzling new novel, “The Namesake,” is that rare thing: an intimate, closely observed family portrait that effortlessly and discreetly unfolds … Continue reading Buy NameSake, for GodSake