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  • Sahil Makhija: Devilled Eggs and Demonic Omelettes

    The Demonic Resurrection frontman spoke to us about five things he loves to cook for friends and family.
  • Book Review: Our Toxic World

    This graphic novel takes an entirely different route towards expressing one of the gravest concerns of modern society — toxicity.
  • Happiness and Sadness Spread Just Like Disease

    Brandon Keim reports for Wired magazine — “There may be a literal truth underlying the common-sense intuition that happiness and sadness are contagious. “A new study on the spread of emotions through social networks shows that these feelings circulate in patterns analogous to what’s seen from epidemiological models of disease. “Earlier studies raised the possibility, […]
  • The Tap #6

  • CD Review: High Violet

    The National's latest album is recommended for rainy days, autumn, and drinking yourself to sleep.
  • Mumbai: The Indian Writer’s New York

    The BBC’s Soutik Biswas reports — “Bangalore may be a kinetic technology hub teeming with expatriates and bright young Indians, Calcutta a decaying dowager brimming with a million stories, and Delhi the capital where power meets noir. “But cosmopolitan, energetic and chaotic Mumbai, where the rich live cheek-by-jowl with the poor, is the city where […]
  • Backstage with Jalabala Vaidya

    An exclusive interview with leading playwright and actress Jalabala Vaidya, owner of the Akshara Theatre, New Delhi.
  • Rains, Coffee, and Muck

    From mucky streets, to mucky railway platforms, to mucky office entrances, to mucky everything.
  • The Problem with Indie Movies Today

    A quick look at the state of independent cinema in India and the West.
  • The Tap #5

  • Book Review: Watchmen

    Watchmen cruelly disintegrates each character to its darkest detail while maintaining a glitter of hope for the world.
  • Alan Moore, Hipster Priest

    Excellent interview with renowned writer Alan Moore (Watchmen, Swamp Thing, V for Vendetta, Lost Girls) on The Quietus — On his mistrust of the Internet: “I’m practically Amish when it comes down to it. I practically mistrust any technology that came after the buggy. What I tend to think is that the internet is fine […]

The Tap #31

By Ramya Sriram