A sculpture memorial to America’s history shapes, and is shaped by, the perspective of current events.
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.
As an Independence Day gift to Norwegian friends, the author suggests they – and other nations – review their U.S. bond portfolios.
Two days after the death of Osama bin Laden, things are turning a bit crazy.
A meditation on whether Americans don’t get exactly the postal service they deserve.
The author emerges from the short course in accounting that is U.S. tax time.
A brief revisiting of Valentine’s Day that first appeared via Facebook.
Shifting the holiday focus from sales to relationships can provide both social and economic benefits.
A trip to a Scandinavian supermarket is a riveting attraction for the touring American.
The first geocache hunt in Kristiansand, Norway, lands the seeker in church.
It’s a little like messages in bottles, or cards on balloons, granting a peek into a fellow human in a world that still has room for exploration.