Just after 4 p.m. on Monday, a man tried to board a Pakistan International Airlines flight in Karachi that was bound for the capital, Islamabad. Before he could enter, though, security officials searching his luggage say they found an ammunition bag with more than a dozen live rounds and a magazine ... More >>
Hector Rolotti, the founder and owner of the Novecento chain of restaurants, is dead at 47. According to a statement issued by Novecento Group, Rolotti, along with his wife Mora and a group of around 30 people, was in India on a spiritual retreat when a member of the party was pulled into the Gange ... More >>
Forget little George Alexander Louis. Dude's swag level will never match up to little Jordan Bosh. After a promotional excursion to India, Bosh took his family for a trip to Rome where the world's chillest baby picture was snapped.
MC Yogi grew up in the rough world full of drugs, gangs, pimps and hoes in the Bay Area. At around 18 years old, he discovered yoga, and later applied his new philosophy on life to making hip hop. Today, he's independently sold over 100,000 albums. And this weekend, he performs at the Virginia Key ... More >>
Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine do not curse on-air. They don't film extended reels of themselves, eating late-night street food across Japan. While shooting in India, they don't murmur hyperbolic "mmm's" between bites of panipuri. And they definitely don't ramble about the nuanced flavors in a well-exe ... More >>
Get a taste of Tandoori Knight's sweaty new seven-inch!A tandoor oven is a charcoal-heated clay cooking device used throughout the Middle East, Central and South Asia, and especially India to prepare delicious meals consisting of dishes such as rice, naan, and scrumptious meats. A knight, meanw ... More >>
Trade you a lettuce gown for that meat dress, Gaga. Do you ever wish you could be in two places at once? Better yet, how about 50 places at once? Sometimes we here at Crossfade get really pissed about the fact that we're stuck in our cubicle and not traveling to India to write about vegetariani ... More >>
A father and his two sons in South Florida have been arrested and charged with financially supporting the Pakistani Taliban. Hafiz Muhammed Sher Ali Khan, 76, the Imam of the Flagler Mosque, was charged with providing "material support" to the terrorist organization by federal prosecutors. His so ... More >>
The Pakistani government and military is facing tough criticism after Osama bin Laden was found living rather comfortably in a large city in their country just minutes from Pakistan's top military training academy. Rep. Allen West of Broward and Palm Beach, ever the reactionary Republican, is lea ... More >>
Photo by JipsyRemember last year's Brew at the Zoo? Probably not.Miami New Times and Zoo Miami's Brew at the Zoo takes place April 30. Before then, we'll showcase a few of the breweries pouring for your drinking pleasure. All in all, over two dozen beers are scheduled to be poured, with more ... More >>
First, the good news: The number of chronically hungry people in the world has dropped for the first time in 15 years, according to "The State of Food Insecurity in the World" report that will be jointly released by the Rome-based Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and ... More >>
http://www.flickr.com/photos/vitelone/ / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0Alex Chilton, the legendary voice and songwriter behind the Box Tops and Big Star, has died, according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal. He was 59.This is a very sad event for many fans of Chilton's work, as well as the countless artists -- ... More >>
You could be he. I figure I'm getting too fat, drunk, and impossibly snotty to hold this job much longer, so I hereby give readers a heads up. If you're planning to try to oust me from my oystershell- and hamhock-encrusted throne as Food Critic at Broward-Palm Beach New Times, there's a handy wiki ... More >>
The bomb has dropped in the Herald newsroom. According to a story posted on the newspaper's website, the newsroom will "lose about 60 positions, including some now vacant." Overlooked in the bloodletting is that the International Edition, which has lots to do with the newspaper's reputation, "will ... More >>
Bhagavan Das is back to rock The Standard.
This battle axe was purchased at the Opa-locka/Hialeah flea market’s plucky Pakistani knife booth for five dollars. “This is a weird store,” said the pleasant girl behind the counter. “You’d be surprised at how often we sell this stuff to weird people like you.” The owner of the boo ... More >>
Three major restaurant openings are pegged for the coming month. I am all too aware that reality rarely matches hype in the restaurant biz, but this trio truly appears to hold some promise. * On May 30th, the smartly re-designed Tides South Beach hotel will premiere its new dining establishment, LA ... More >>
Take a musical journey with Anoushka Shankar
From Punjab to "Promiscuous"
Revel in well-executed Indian cuisine that stretches beyond the scope of fare featured in our other few Indian eateries
South Indian fare is hard to find, but you really only need to find Raja's
Decent food, good prices, but slow slow slow service
Treat the maharajah in you to a good old-fashioned Indian feast