Ria’s Ethnic Foods off of Warm Springs Road has an Indian shop and restaurant where Anuradha Rewatkar makes everything from scratch and by hand each day. She demonstrated how to cook Chicken Tikka Masala.
Anuradha Rewatkar, founder and chef at Ria's Ethnic Foods, takes you step-by-step in the preparation of Chicken Tikka Masala, a favorite at her small Indian restaurant at 4848 Warm Springs Road. Plus tips on cooking with Indian spices and pastes.
Anuradha Rewatkar strives to make every dish special for her customers, and will even make changes on-the-fly based on the diner's request or preference. She never went to cooking school -- she's trained and worked as a physical therapist.
A food, drink and fun German-style Oktoberfest celebration is on tap Friday through Sunday at Fort Benning’s Uchee Creek Campground and Marina. The public is invited to the event, which includes plenty of children’s activities.
Toma the Mime, also known as Thomas K. Johnson, has been teaching his Youth Authors Day program in local schools as part of the RiverCenter on the Road program by RiverCenter for the Performing Arts. He also performed Saturday in downtown Columbus.
The Way Down Film Festival is going all out in its third year. The festival is adding a third day with special events. It also has invited celebs and crew from shows that include “The Walking Dead,” “Stranger Things” and “Sharp Objects.”
Universal's revival of the iconic horror franchise "Halloween" made a killing at the box office over the weekend, scaring up a franchise-best $77.5 million and breaking opening weekend records, according to figures from measurement firm ComScore.
This week's high school football games feature a Thursday night game at 7 p.m. at Memorial Stadium between the Carver and Shaw and a Friday game pitting Columbus against Hardaway Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Kinnett Stadium. Learn about other games here.