Taste of Norway editor Christy Olsen Field announces the first ever Great Norwegian Christmas Cookie Extravaganza at The Norwegian American!
The American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis, housed in the ornate Turnblad Mansion, is a heartland destination rich with history.
Hilde Dahl has captured the magic of Christmas with Dahlsnissen, her line of unique and authentic Norwegian nisse dolls, for over 30 years.
William Halverson announces a first-of-its-kind collection of Edvard Grieg songs in English, with notes on the challenge of translation.
The town of Lindsborg, Kan., isn’t known as “Little Sweden” for no reason, boasting a host of Swedish traditions, decor, and Dala horses.
Each year in Voss, Anne Jorunn Nestås Tøn invites the public to cut down her forest for Christmas trees, helping create the Christmas spirit.
Minnesotan Rachel Peterson who lived nine years in Arctic Norway, shares how the spirit of dugnad can help us get through the coming winter.
Seattle gave tribute to Bergen’s 950th birthday with a concert featuring Grieg and Grieg-inspired music at Seattle’s National Nordic Museum.
Fløibanen, Bergen’s iconic funicular bringing tourists and locals to the top of Mount Fløyen, has a fascinating history, complete with goats.
Jim Nelson recalls his numerous trips to Norway’s second city, Bergen, as a traveler, teacher, and guide, noting how the city has evolved.