Articles By Shuja Haider
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Paan is a substance that occupies a space somewhere between a snack and a drug — a space left vacant in the West.
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.
So my agenda was to inspire myself to start playing again.
On Frasier, an argument over opera or wine can become as much a plot point as a farcical mistaken identity.
The first thing I always notice, after the mild cottonmouth that serves as the universal announcement of a chemical taking effect on the body, is that I’m not alone.
Eventually, someone threw up. It might have been me.
I knew what it sounded like to be in there before I ever had a chance to go there myself.