Women of the Seven Seas will show a slate of movies on Saturday, Aug. 16.
Samara Mahendru uses a traditional Indian hand block printing method to make children's wear in Brooklyn.
Hundreds of yogis will compete in New York this week.
Desi Shack plans to open two new Manhattan locations within the year.
"The Jackson Heights Trilogy" will have a four-week run at the 777 Theatre in Hell's Kitchen.
A yoga studio in Forest Hills recently introduced Masala Bhangra.
NYC is on track to surpass its record once again, with 52.4 million visitors in 2012.
African prints, kimonos, turbans, and saris trended at Fashion Week Spring 2013.
Whole Foods Market in TriBeCa opens its new in-store Dosateria.
After a long legal battle, Sikh MTA workers can finally wear their turbans without an MTA logo.
Hakkasan, which has been called a "Chinese Nobu," opens to the public on Tuesday, April 3.
Devi Silvia will be allowed to return to her children in India, a judge ordered Friday.
Devi Silvia, 34, admitted to tossing her 19-month-old child into the frigid Hudson River last year.
The Lincoln Square BID's Christmas tree ornaments were handmade in India by marginalized women.
Cultures from around the world inspired designs at "Fashion Diaspora: Wearing Your Culture on Your Sleeve," a show at the Yale Club Friday on Nov. 11, 2011.
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