Flowers mark the Easter season and the return of spring, something Bergen-based florist Theresa Dahl Vikingstad celebrates through her work.
The decomposition of a piano placed in the open air in Eidfjord, Hardanger will be tracked as part of “Arvesylv,” a new artistic project by Harding Puls.
Vesterheim’s upcoming Collection Connection event explores Norwegian wedding traditions, with particular focus on the tradition of bridal crowns.
Woodcarver Dave Western makes traditional Norwegian wedding spoons, helping contemporary couples carry on a unique Norwegian tradition on their special day.
With COVID forcing couples to adapt their wedding plans, friluftsliv weddings are an increasingly popular choice in Norway, including on the North Cape.
Ahead of PBS’s Atlantic Crossing, historian Scott Larsen examines the claim that FDR and Crown Princess Märtha had an affair during her World War II stay in D.C.
A recently published book in Norway takes a deep dive into the history of the Jewish experience of World War II in Norway.
Renowned diplomat Jan Eliasson shares his ideas about diplomacy as an art form, the current state of the world, and the future of diplomacy.
In an exclusive interview, The Norwegian American talked with the new Norwegian Ambassador to the United States, Anniken Ramberg Krutnes
Made with litter from Norway’s beaches, the Hope Cathedral centers community, creativity, and care for the earth in its mission to build a better future.