Håkonshallen, a stalwart remnant of Bergen’s rich Medieval history, remains an important cultural site for locals and tourists alike.
Author: M. Michael Brady
Dan Odfjell’s lifelong dream of becoming a farmer matured in an unexpected place: he now runs Odfjell Vineyards in Chile’s Maipo Valley.
The sinking of the USS Jeannette led Fridtjof Nansen to explore the Arctic with his Fram expedition, paving the way for the studies of today.
In this edition of Words about Words, M. Michael Brady takes a strange journey into the history of the versatile word, awkward.
In this edtion of Words about words, M. Michael Brady examines the origin of the seemingly simple word “both.”
The legend of Terje Vigen is so well-known in Norwegian culture that it is often taken to be true, despite some unlikely details.
After learning the craft in Connecticut, entrepreneurs Anne and Louis Jordan opened the first of 78 Peppes Pizza restaurants in Oslo in 1970.
Only one staffed lighthouse remains in Norway—which happens to be at Lindesnes, the site of the very first one.
Reactions were mostly positive as Seattle revealed the name of its new NHL team, The Kraken, drawing on region’s Scandinavian history.
Ford has developed an electric rallycross car, the Ford Fiesta Project E Car, which has now been test-driven in Norway.