Eric Steigen talks about the benefits of NorCham, a new organization that supports networking between businesses in Norway and the United States.
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Recent discoveries indicate that Dupuytren’s Disease — sometimes referred to as “Viking disease” — most likely originated with Neanderthals.
Berentsens Brygghus, a family-run brewery, will begin exporting products to the United Stated by introducing its gin to the Minnesota market.
The 12th-ranked Norwegian women’s soccer team was eliminated from the World Cup in the Round of 16 after a 3-1 loss to Japan.
Ladies in Blues were among the headliners at the Notodden Blues Festival, and paid tribute to the trailblazing women within the blues genre.
Julie Pheasant-Albright shares her recipe for Ballard’s Best Fiskegrateng (fish gratin), a family favorite from her Seattle neighborhood.
Mindekirken Norwegian Language & Culture Program now offers classes both in-person and online, which opens up a new world of learning.
A Norwegian couple has traditional vossabryllaup (wedding) with procession on horseback, bunads, and bridal crown in Voss, Norway, in June.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall introduces new staff members Editorial Assistant Synneva Bratland and Advertising Manager John Smistad.
Former Gov. of Minnesota Albert H. Quie, longtime friend and supporter of Norway House, is dead at age 99.