The Fremont Troll is perhaps one of the most famous trolls in America. But how does it stack up to other depictions of trolls from Norwegian folklore?
Category: Norwegian Heritage
The Norwegian American fondly remembers Larrie Wanberg, a longtime contributor to the paper and an influental member of the Norwegian-American community.
Sometimes called Viking chess, Kubb has a long history dating back to the Viking era and a bright future kept alive by the U.S. National Kubb Championship.
After 15 months of scaled down online programming during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Scandinavia House is opening up its doors once again.
The Norwegian-American community lovingly remembers Sigurd Jordahl, who passed away at 89 surrounded by family in his home in Millbrae, Calif., in June.
In loving memory of Inga Caroline Thommessen, a language teacher in Denmark and granddaughter of artist Jonas Lie and ballet dancer Inga Lie.
The 2021 recipients of Norway House’s Going Viking awards were honored as part of the organization’s annual Midsommar Gala event last month.
Alle tiders sommerferie (“The best summer vacation”) by Håvard Mossige is a nostalgic look back on Norwegian summers of the past, a potpourri of pure fun!
Sweden has a complex history during World War II. From their neutrality to their welcoming of refugees, this history is an important one to learn about.
After watching Atlantic Crossing, Assistant Editor Courtney Olsen set out to learn more about Crown Princess Märtha and her early life.