Melting pot Manchester stresses unity after concert attack

On the Manchester street they call the "Curry Mile," there are no longer just Indian or Pakistani restaurants. Instead, in a sign of the ever-changing face of this proudly multiethnic city, a hungry diner these days can choose between Halal snacks from Beirut, kebabs from Afghanistan or garishly colored sweets from India, among many others.

Traffic jostling along the busy road and people on the sidewalks are just as varied - two young hipsters on vintage race bikes zoom past a mother in full-face veil pushing a stroller. A man of South Asian appearance purrs past in a white Rolls Royce. A block away from the road, Paulette Greig, the daughter of a Jamaican Indian and a...