Parker O’Halloran shares eight interesting facts about Iceland and its language, including their creative translations of American movie titles.
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Crime Corner’s Jerry Holt recommends three Icelandic crime novels by authors Eva Björg Ægisdóttir, Ragnar Jónasson, and Arnaldur Indriðason.
Ilan Kelman looks at Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcanic eruption and how it stalled travel and affected everything from electronics to health.
Taste of Norway Editor Kristi Bissell shares her recipe for a frozen berry treat made with Icelandic skyr that will keep you cool this summer.
Musician Gunnar Hjálmarsson (aka Dr. Gunni) makes a list of things that tourism has done to “ruin” cities in Iceland. (It’s not what you think.)
The Norwegian Film Institute announces that the Sørfond jury selected six film projects in five countries to award NOK 3 million to for 2022.
Business and Sports Editor Michael Kleiner wraps up which teams are playing in the championships for Norway’s men’s and women’s handball.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall writes about Icelandic designer Gagarin, which is working on a project for Norway House in Minneapolis.
Business and Sports Editor Michael Kleiner reports that the Norwegian women’s soccer team has one win, one loss in European championships.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall invites readers to enjoy our Iceland issue full of beautiful photos, sheep, wool, sweaters, art, and humor.