Victoria Hofmo interviews Jim Schantz, owner of Schantz Galleries in Stockbridge, Mass., about the Scandinavian glass artists on display there.
Author: Victoria Hofmo
Victoria Hofmo tells of stained-glassnwindows that tell stories of Norway, in cathedrals throughout the country and in a town hall in Scotland.
Victoria Hofmo reports on the U.S. military brigade called the Viking Battalion set up during World War II to carry out its missions on skis.
Victoria Hofmo reports on Ski for Light’s scaled-down plans for this year’s event to be virtual again like 2021 because of the global pandemic.
Victoria Hofmo shares memories of big-city friluftsliv in Brooklyn, N.Y., in the winter with skiing, skating, and sledding, as well as hot cocoa.
Victoria Hofmo reports on the papercutting exhibit “Paper Dialogues: The Dragon and Our Stories” by Karen Bit Vejle and Xiaoguang Qiao.
Victoria Hofmo reviews The Crossing (Flukten over grensen) film in Norway based on Maja Lunde’s novel, Over grensen, to air in February 2022.
Victoria Hofmo reports on the over-the-top Christmas decorations in the Dyker Heights neighborhood in New York, a top spot during the holidays.
War sailor Karl Aksel Andresen was presented with medal in NYC for his service during World War II.
Victoria Hofmo reports from the Julebasar at the Seamen’s Church in NYC, as a beloved Chirstmas Fair returns to the community there.
Victoria Hofmo tells of Norrøna’s U.S. flagship store in New York with its outdoor gear that has served Norwegians for almost a century.
Victoria Hofmo interviews Tanje K. Eie about her memoir, A Norwegian-American tragedy, which tells of the trauma of her mother’s murder.