The nacreous clouds in Edvard Munch's "The Scream" are no laughing matter.
There are some places in the city I've walked by a thousand times without ever experiencing. The Grand Hyatt Hotel next to
Its green steepled cathedral tops a hillock, with the harbour on one side and a pretty park with a swan-filled lake on the
Professional relationships are as disposable as goods on the shelves at Walmart in our culture, and so it is an especially happy occasion to report on the flowering of an artistic pairing, in this case of playwright J.T. Rogers and director Bartlett Sher.
Jefferson Mays and Jennifer Ehle in Oslo Photo: T. Charles Erickson You might well think that a three-hour drama about the
The context is the perception and the reality that an alliance, one some term "unholy" (because religious voices are so prominent
The geopolitical and theological stakes are too high to be distracted by caricatures and reductionism. To move forward, we must embrace our shared and complex humanity, and honor one another's virtues.
Brazilian entrepreneur Gustavo Tanaka listed eight reasons why he believes that the world as we know it is changing -- and that it is a good thing. His blog has been widely shared, so clearly his message has resonated with many.
It's just one of Oslo's initiatives to reduce pollution and improve the environment.
This (incomprehensive) list will hopefully enlighten you about some aspects of living in Norway, Sweden and Finland.