Tagged: Christy Olsen Field

Toscakake: a crowd-pleasing favorite

A light cake with buttery, caramelized almond topping and a mysterious history Christy Olsen Field Seattle, Wash. “Mom, I think I just found your new favorite cake,” I said on the phone as the...

Love of language

A conversation with Håkon Vinje, dean and co-founder of the Norwegian Language Institute in New York Christy Olsen Field Seattle, Wash. Why learn Norwegian? It’s a question asked by Norwegians in Norway, to people...

2012: The Year in Review

By Kelsey Larson Managing Editor It’s our last issue of the year, and with it we’d like to offer some reflections on the highlights of 2012. This year was an interesting one for Norway,...

Characters among us

Stories of the “Han Ola og han Per” comic Christy Olsen Field Managing Editor So who are those characters that are on page seven? It’s a question we get on a regular basis. With...

Join the conversation

Four translators share their experiences of working in language as a profession By Christy Olsen Field Norwegian American Weekly In today’s increasingly globalized world, translators play an important role in technical and cultural communication....

Let’s hit the open road!

Norway’s fascination with American culture ranges from music and movies, fast food to the U.S. presidential race. But did you know there is an impressive collection of vintage American cars? Christy Olsen Field Managing...