The Norwegian butter crisis provides both a relief and a nuisance in the holiday season.
A sculpture memorial to America’s history shapes, and is shaped by, the perspective of current events.
Deep sorrow at this weekend’s events in Norway sparks recollection of the multicultural nature of the encounter of nations.
An often overlooked Viking turns an exploratory eye on Philadelphia, past and present.
Small-town news from Norway provides summer relief from the usual media.
Janteloven might be the fly in the soup of contemporary notions of deserving.
As an Independence Day gift to Norwegian friends, the author suggests they – and other nations – review their U.S. bond portfolios.
The author emerges from the short course in accounting that is U.S. tax time.
A science fiction anthology’s rise demonstrates the grass-roots potential of IT.
There is no holiday from the headache of running into ignorance.
A trip to a Scandinavian supermarket is a riveting attraction for the touring American.
Summer vacations can also be ventures away from habit – especially when it comes to the U.S. media and the discussions they generate.