The fall promises a number of changes requiring a number of adjustments. In whatever form, students are returning to school. Businesses have begun to re-open. We are adjusting, cautiously, to a new normal. The same goes for the Indian SCENE. This month, as with previous months, we’re continuing with thoughtful and rigorous coverage of the current moment. As workers, doctors, business owners, parents, students and voters, Indian-Americans’ stories demand to be told right now. In a story about a recent virtual arangetram, for example, we’ll explore the ways our bonds and traditions have been altered and reshaped by the coronavirus pandemic. This week, we’ve written about a young entrepreneur looking to her next phase, as the pandemic and a life change altered her plans for her business. We’ll also continue with our usual expert mix of lifestyle, food, fashion and health coverage.
With questions or feedback, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re also always considering ideas and submissions for reported pieces, cultural criticism and timely, well-researched commentary relevant to metro-Detroit’s Indian-American community.