Tagged: storytelling

A rose-painted Christmas story

Larrie Wanberg Features Editor It’s magical to see the sparkle and wonderment in the eyes of my children of preschool age when I view a home movie taken 52 years ago, now digitized, of...

Stories touch lives

A reflection on writing in the face of hardship Larrie Wanberg Features Editor Caring and sharing is what life is all about. I’ve taken a break from feature writing recently to concentrate on my...

The saga of Thorfinn the Tumbleweed

Memories and musings on “living” weeds Larrie Wanberg Features Editor A story in National Geographic Magazine’s December 2013 issue, titled “The Weed that Won the West,” was a historical review of tumbleweeds, which prompted...

To the promised land

A tale of the first Norwegian emigration to the US By Bill Osmundsen Norwegian American Weekly In May, storyteller Anne Elisebeth Skogen gave her performance titled “Through Hell Gate to the Promised Land” to...