17th of May is both a time for celebration and for contemplation, and in this special Syttende Mai issue of The Norwegian American, we aim to do just that.
Ambassador Anniken R. Krutnes celebrates the partnership and cooperation between Norway and the United States in her 17th of May greeting for our readers.
With fond memories of living by the water, editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall introduces our new issue all about fishing, Tales of the Sea.
The long-term effects, good or bad, of the pandemic on the culture sector are uncertain. Will the internet remain the primary conduit of culture?
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall shares some of the recent changes happening at The Norwegian American and announces our new issue, “A Viking Adventure.”
Popular images of the Vikings as ethnically pure, unkempt, destroyers of Christianity are fundamentally false, argues professor of Scandinavian Studies.
In the spirit of Easter, Lori Ann Reinhall celebrates the possibilites of renewal and new life this season brings and wishes our readers God påske!
Pastor Anne Brit Aasland of Mindekirken, the Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church in Minneapolis, shares a Lenten message of justice and hope.
Reflecting on weddings of the past and hoping for weddings of the future, Lori Ann Reinhall introduces our wedding issue and shares new subscriber udates.
Our opinion writer argues that ideas about “fairy-tale love” need to evolve and offers her suggestions on how to have a healthy romantic relationship.