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Anita Shirodkar knows a thing or two about how to manage a juggling act.
Paul Krassner, 1960s prankster and counterculture figurehead dies at 87, with a new book set for release
Paul Krassner, the publisher, author and radical political activist on the front lines of 1960s counterculture, died Sunday in Southern California.
An erstwhile private equity professional and a start-up specialist, Manu Dhawan has recently gone back to his first love, writing, and has released his first book The Unprodigal.
An interview with first-time author Manu Dhawan about his new book, The Unprodigal.
The ageless Lillete Dubey talks about her Bengali debut, and her perennial love for theatre
Dayton Literary Peace Prize officials selected novelist, poet and essayist N Scott Momaday for the Richard C Holbrooke Distinguished Achievement Award.
'Many actors feel that you don’t arrive until you do cinema, I never felt that': Shernaz Patel on completing 35 years in Theatre
Shernaz Patel on completing 35 years in the industry, lending voice to The Lion King, and the lack of support for theatre from stalwarts like Shah Rukh and Aamir Khan, both of whom started from the st
'It was like reliving my childhood and doing everything I couldn’t': Sujoy Ghosh on his new web series, Typewriter
Writer-director Sujoy Ghosh speaks about the inspiration behind creating Typewriter, the challenges of writing a web-series, and why he loves criticism
Miscarriage was historically an overlooked experience, but a new book hopes to bring it to the forefront of our cultural discussions.
Harry Potter fans can now get unparalleled access to the wizarding world with photography, interviews, never-before-seen sketches, notes, candid backstage photos and unprecedented trivia.
Luciano De Crescenzo, an Italian writer, actor and director, has died in Rome after being hospitalised for a few days. He was 90.
It was a nod to the unique spirit of travellers who seek and explore, fearlessly, feeling like a local all the while.
Chef Ferran Adrià knows a thing or two about coffee drinking cultures through the ages... so you’d do well to lend him a ear for his ideas over a steaming hot cup of fine brew.
At 55, Marc Maron is in a place where he is finally enjoying stability after years of struggles and he doesn't spend his money on much, but he likes his records...
Former Hollywood executive Harris Katleman has an eclectic, five-decade track record that could only be the result of skill, moxie and luck.
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