Victoria Hofmo writes that Nordic wood construction is making a comeback and bringing it to the United States with new building projects.
Author: Victoria Hofmo
Victoria Hofmo reports on all the Nordic things you can do in New York — from visiting the Norwegian Seaman’s Church to Aquavit restaurant.
Victoria Hofmo interviews Lise Lorentzen, a Norwegian-American artist and teacher who specializes in rosemaling (rose painting) from Norway.
Victoria Hofmo writes about three of Norway’s charming and enchanting botanical gardens — one in Tromsø and two
in Oslo — for you to visit.
Victoria Hofmo reviews The Northman, with it’s star-studded cast, a historical-fiction film based on the mythical legend of Viking Prince Amleth.
Victoria Hofmo interviews Adolf Hansen about his recent memoir, A Boy in Brooklyn: Growing Up in a Norwegian Colony in the 1940s and ’50s.
Victoria Hofmo reviews Brooklyn Girl: Growing Up Norwegian in New York City by Jan Carol Simonsen, a coming of age story in the 1950s and 1960s.
Victoria Hofmo writes about Gail Halvorsen, who died at 101 in February and was a decorated military pilot known as the Berlin Candy Bomber.
Victoria Hofmo tells of Norwegian royal visits to and ties with the United States and answers th question of whether they are still relevant.
Victoria Hofmo interview several people who have special Easter memories from their neighborhoods in Brooklyn, N.Y., from decades past.