Articles By Shuja Haider

Eli Valley is Not Sorry

"When you’re in such a warped mindset, it’s natural you’re going to call a piece of Jewish art antisemitic."

One Weird Trick to Get Red Wine Stains Out of Clothing That Doesn’t Actually Work

I spilled red wine on my pants. What happened next will shock you.

How to Suck at Business Without Really Trying

I didn’t know the term then, but I had become a toiler on a content farm.

Ajooba, or That Emotion Which is Excited by Novelty

The Hindi film Ajooba is something like a cross between Robin Hood and Batman.

Somebody Had to Set a Bad Example

The return of the Pistol Annies calls attention to a troubling gender imbalance in the country music industry.

NYT Fact Check: David Brooks

You are in the business of forgetting, so in the end I have nothing much to offer you.

Canon Fodder

Where's the country music on Pitchfork's Best Albums of the 1980s?

Sweet Leaf

Paan is a substance that occupies a space somewhere between a snack and a drug — a space left vacant in the West.

I Call it Just the Beginning

The DJ’s job is to ensure the music doesn’t stop, allowing listeners to get from Point A to Point B without having to stop dancing.