Ballard braces for big Norwegian Constitution Day party
by Daria Kroupoderova
If you're a purist about your Scandinavian pride, head to Ballard on Monday to celebrate Norwegian Constitution Day.
May 16, 2015
King of Norway to speak at Pacific Lutheran University commencement
by Venice Buhain
King Harald V of Norway will come to Pacific Lutheran University in May to speak at commencement and receive an honorary doctorate.
Feb 10, 2015
From Seattle to Scandinavia, different takes on gender identity
by Atoosa Sonia Moinzadeh
Why the cold-climate countries of Northern Europe can be hard to adjust to for LGBTQ Seattleites.
Nov 18, 2013
For Brazilian prisoners, turning pages will shorten sentences
by Allison Int-Hout
Homer, Steinbeck and Dickens. Every high schooler has to read them, and now, their works might be a way for Brazilian prisoners to get their hands on a “get out of jail early” card. According to a Reuters.com article, the Brazilian government announced earlier this week that a new program called “Redemption through Reading” will […]
Jun 30, 2012
Five fantastic foreign films playing at SIFF 2012
by Allison Barrett
The Seattle International Film Festival returns May 17, boasting a line-up of 459 films including 24 feature films making their world premiere. And as usual, this year’s lineup stays true to the International in “Seattle International Film Festival” with a ton of foreign films that you probably won’t get another chance to see. To help you cull through […]
Apr 27, 2012