Jaya Saxena, Eater National

Jaya Saxena

Eater National

New York, United States

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Past articles by Jaya:

A Posthumous Anthony Bourdain Book Will Be Released This Year

Bourdain was writing "World Travel: An Irreverent Guide" up to his death in June 2018 → Read More

The Subway Food Vendor Crackdown in NYC, Explained

Selling churros on the B train should not count as crime → Read More

Do Restaurants Have an Obligation to Let You Use the Bathroom?

An interview with Facility magazine’s Erin Sheehy about how bathroom access is a human right → Read More

Whole Foods Workers Ask Amazon to Cut Ties With ICE-Aligned Palantir

The workers are asking the company to end their business relationship with Palantir, and to stop sales of its facial recognition software, Rekognition → Read More

Where Did the All-Too-Familiar Chinese Zodiac Placemat Come From?

Chances are if you’ve been to a Chinese restaurant in America, you’ve seen one of these → Read More

Grocery Store Workers Are at Their Breaking Point

Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden are showing up to picket lines to support overworked and underpaid grocery store workers. When will the rest of the country care? → Read More


Lizzo Loves You Like She Loves Herself

Your favorite viral singer/flutist/rapper/twerker is here to change music forever with her power-packed new album, 'Cuz I Love You.' → Read More


My Game Boy Is Becoming the Solution to My Burnout

There are no skills I gain by playing. That's the point. → Read More


Loren Bouchard on the Legacy of Home Movies, 20 Years Later

"I think we were aware that it connected with some people and that was enough for us. It still is." → Read More


Season Two of HBO's 'Barry' Raises the Stakes for Being a Good Person

There might not be a "good place" for Bill Hader's Barry. → Read More


Playwright Jeremy O. Harris Is Blowing Up Broadway

With two hit plays under his belt at age 29, Jeremy O. Harris writes provocative shows that have audiences freaking out—in every sense. → Read More


Jussie Smollett Is Cleared of All Charges

“We believe this outcome is a just disposition and appropriate resolution to this case,” said the prosecutor. → Read More


'The Birdcage' Is Now Streaming on Netflix

Palimony itself may be dated, but the sentiment is timeless. → Read More


Woodstock 50 Announces Its Lineup

Jay-Z, Janelle Monáe, and Santana are all on the Woodstock 50 bill. → Read More


Netflix's 'Nailed It!' Is Just as Soothing as 'The Great British Bake Off'

Just for the opposite reasons. → Read More


'Shrill' Review: Aidy Bryant's New Show Is Funny, Smart, and Radical

Based on Lindy West's memoir, the Hulu series shows the full scope of being a fat woman in America. → Read More


Witness Matthew McConaughey at His Sun-Baked, Kitten-Cuddling Best

In these behind-the-scenes photos by photographer Sam Hayes from the set of Harmony Korine’s new film, ‘The Beach Bum.’ → Read More


R. Kelly Tried and Failed to Make Himself the Victim on 'CBS Good Morning'

The singer doesn't come out of his interview with Gayle King looking great. → Read More


Why People Pick Public Transit Over Driving

The subway might be a disaster in New York City right now, but surveys show that people want affordable, accessible public transportation throughout America. → Read More


'Leaving Neverland' Puts Victims First

HBO's harrowing new Michael Jackson documentary focuses on the story of two boys. That's what makes it so powerful. → Read More