Ishani Nath is a freelance journalist who was born and raised in Ontario, though that's never stopped Uber drivers from asking her where she's *really* from. She has appeared as a pop culture expert on CBC, CTV and Global Radio and has bylines in Maclean's, FLARE, Chatelaine and more. Getting to cover everything from the latest must-see Netflix series to the cultural significance of Indian jewelry for second gen kids is the reason why Ishani loves her job — even on Mondays.
Latest from Ishani Nath
The beginner's guide to the greatest pastimes: Carrom
A favourite South Asian game that found worldwide renown — and enjoyed a renewed interest in the pandemic.
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For writer Ishani Nath, this classic sitcom remake became the perfect palate cleanser after a pandemic workday.
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Find out where to stream everything from Downton Abbey to award-winning Canadian films and more
13 holiday movies that we promise aren't cringey
These streaming selects hit just the right note.
Fear not! 10 Halloween movies for scaredy cats
These festive films won’t keep you up at night, promise.
After 17 years and a hop from screen to stage, Bend It Like Beckham feels more relevant than ever
I was afraid the movie that meant so much to me wouldn't hold up in 2019 — but it still resonates.
Dead Parents Society is exactly what it sounds like — oh, and it's pretty funny too
Written and performed by comedians who have lost a parent at a young age, the sketch revue brings people together through the shared experience of grief.
Jillian Harris and Tori Wesszer's foolproof guide to hosting season
As we enter the holiday season, the authors of Fraiche Food, Full Hearts give us their tried-and-true advice.