Victoria Hofmo interviews Adolf Hansen about his recent memoir, A Boy in Brooklyn: Growing Up in a Norwegian Colony in the 1940s and ’50s.
Category: Syttende Mai
Victoria Hofmo reviews Brooklyn Girl: Growing Up Norwegian in New York City by Jan Carol Simonsen, a coming of age story in the 1950s and 1960s.
Hans Dahl, one of the most beloved Norwegian National Romantic painters, hasn’t always gotten the recognition he deserves from the critics.
Laila Simon talks to Ruth and Dave Amundson, who started History Alive Project in Westby, Wis., to teach about the town’s Norwegian heritage.
The French 75 has always been a popular cocktail for parties, and made with aquavit, it becomes the Norwegian 75 for Syttende Mai.
This article explains how Bergen has had its own unique flair in celebrating its Syttende Mai traditions and rituals throughout the history in Norway.
This 17th of May, enjoy a homemade ice cream with taste of Norway with Kristi Bissell’s recipe for Cardamom Ice Cream.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall shares the excitement of the day of celebration, fun, food, music, and fireworks in Bergen for Syttende Mai.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall reports on events happening in New York for the Norwegian-American celebration of Norway’s Constitution Day.
The 17th of May is a big holiday in Minnesota, with much fanfare and flags. Find out what’s planned for 2022.