Laila Simon reports on Norway House’s exhibit WOVEN: from life itself, which shows work of artists with disabilities in Minneapolis and Norway.
Author: Laila Simon
Laila Simon tastes new food, including Nordic Waffles, Nordic Spiced Tea, and Ole and Lena’s Norwegian Onion Rings at the Minnesota State Fair.
Laila Simon talks to Ruth and Dave Amundson, who started History Alive Project in Westby, Wis., to teach about the town’s Norwegian heritage.
Kos in the winter months to try and reduce seasonal depression and fatigue during the “dark time” of the year.
Laila Simon provides an overview of the special events planned to celebrate 100 years of Mindekirken.
Laila Simon reports on Lori Erickson’s book, The Soul of the Family Tree, which took her on a genealogical journey to discover her roots.
Laila Simon interviews owners of Mandel, a company committed to making Norwegian kransekaker to ship to customer around the country.
Laila Simon shares some of the fun things you can buy that showcase Edvard Munch’s painting “The Scream,” everything from bandages to socks.
Laila Simon reports on Lori Anderson, who
presents Norwegian sweater company Oleana’s designs to customers in the
United States through pop-up shops.
Laila Simon talks to Julie Ingebretsen about Ingebretsen’s Nordic Marketplace’s past and future in Minneapolis, as it celebrates 100 years in business.