What started as an e-mail inviting people to join an “inexplicable mob” has turned into a global fad that continues to spread.
A vegan mini-mall sprouts Portland, Oregon, offers some unexpected vegan products and services.
Kitchen gardens are being rediscovered by a new generation of Americans who worry about what is in their vegetables and how much fuel was consumed to grow and transport them.
“Let’s try Indian food for dinner!” You’ll hear these words more often now from average Americans.
The array of choices, the coping strategies of mixed couples is exciting and a bit hilarious.
Most fairs feature competitions with prizes awarded for accomplishments such as nurturing a healthy calf or raising a sheep with thick wool, baking the best pie or stitching the most intricate embroidery.
More than 100 costumes from some of India’s former princely states are being showcased at an exhibition, “Costumes of India,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
When Levi Strauss sold a pair of rugged pants made of canvas to a miner for six dollars in gold dust in the 1850’s, he never imagined that he was starting a trend that would, a century later, take the fashion world by storm.
In his 12-year stay in India, Joseph Allen Stein has designed buildings for a variety of purposes—schools, art centers, low-cost houses and factories. Essentially modern in character, his works reflect the changing mood in Indian architecture today.