Sweden Today: Daylight Saving Time in Sweden / State official's expenses under investigation / Sweden lowers estimate of incoming refugees / Pope Francis to visit Sweden / High hopes for the Game of Thrones filming location on Gotland READ MORE »
Ronninge Show Chorus brings down the house In a picture perfect evening, the Swedish Sweet Adeline singers win big - again. READ MORE »
Luxury and sustainability in fashion
Innovative design starts with fashion research at Stockholm University. READ MORE »
Tightened rules on young refugees cause protest
(National) Thousands of unaccompanied minor refugees who have lived in Sweden for several years,... READ MORE »
Water shortages to change Swedish lifestyle
(Environment) It’s not just third world countries that face a lack of drinking water.... READ MORE »
Fake Facebook pages cheats thousands on Swedish Games
(Social Media) A fake Facebook page disguised to resemble Svenska Spel (Swedish gaming such... READ MORE »
Mister(s) Entertainment Theater and Dance: The sellout show 'From Sammy with Love' comes to New York for one night only. READ MORE »
Beware of the angry moose
Moose hunting season in Sweden and this moose simply decided enough is enough ... READ MORE »
Support for former extremists
(National) The city of Lund is implementing a program which helps individuals who have... READ MORE »
Local politicians susceptible to threats
(National) The Association of Local Authorities and Regions (Sveriges Kommuner och Landsting, SKL) reports... READ MORE »
Stream of new refugees
(National) Prime Minister Stefan Löfven announces that Sweden must be prepared for a new... READ MORE »
Swedish scientist may help solve American case
(Crime) Kirsty Spalding, a scientist at Karolinska Institute, believes she can help solve the... READ MORE »
Swedish music industry grows
(Entertainment) A new report from the Music Association of Sweden shows that the music... READ MORE »
Nobel Prize in Literature to Bob Dylan
(World) The last of the Nobel Awards was announced on Oct. 13 — the... READ MORE »
EU tightens rule for glögg
(National) New EU rules have dictated that mulled wine can only contain flavored ingredients... READ MORE »
Clown terror comes to Sweden
(National) Reports coming from several parts of Sweden reveal that clown terror has hit... READ MORE »
Sweden the target of weekly IT attacks / High speed trains are the future / Message in a bottle / Swedish soldiers exposed to suicide bomber / The Swedish King slips a disc. READ MORE »
Swedish films leave a lasting impression Toronto Film Festival wrapped up its 41st annual event in September. READ MORE »
As seen through a prism / Ruby Gala
Works by Chicago artist Stuart Allen Carlson are now on exhibit at the Swedish American Museum. READ MORE »
Faeboland revives pasture culture's folk music A fascinating piece of Swedish history comes alive again in the music of Sara Parkman and Samantha Ohlanders. READ MORE »
Debates rage again in Parliament
(National) No sooner had Sunday night’s stormy television debate ended and party leaders met... READ MORE »
Ericsson's earnings in free fall
(Business) Stock market reports on Oct. 12 show that Ericsson’s shares have dropped 16... READ MORE »
Youth unemployment down
(National) Youth unemployment is the lowest in eight years, according to new statistics released... READ MORE »
Refugees' poor hearing is new problem
(National) According to a survey taken in Värmland, nearly 40 percent of refugees tested... READ MORE »
Immigrant Footprints We knew that a small group of Swedish immigrants from Kisa had arrived at this place in 1845 and staked out their homesteads on virgin land. READ MORE »
Ericsson lays off 3000
(National) While explaining that 3,000 layoffs does not mean 'total closure,' CEO Jan Frykhammar... READ MORE »
New Sweden Centre VP receives award
Aleasa Hogate, vice president of the Wilmington, Delaware New Sweden Centre, receives Leadership in History Award of Merit. READ MORE »
Mona Johnsson Scholarships 2016
SWEA New York awards one or several scholarships every year - application deadline for 2016 is December 16. READ MORE »
A Man Called Ove The movie based on Fredrik Backman's best-selling novel of the same name, Sweden’s official selection for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, opens on September 30 at theaters in Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, LA and NY, then others. READ MORE »
Tax incentives motivate repair work
In the country that's already considered the most sustainable in the world, Sweden's Social... READ MORE »
Search for anything Nordic or Swedish with new apps
Nordstjernan releases new apps to facilitate the search for Nordic suppliers, products and services or events in the United States. READ MORE »
Need something Swedish?
New apps by Nordstjernan allow you to find anything anywhere in the U.S. READ MORE »
The 'goodest' nation in the world
Sweden is the country that makes the greatest contribution to humanity, according to the... READ MORE »
It’s not just third world countries that face a lack of drinking water. Warnings have been issued that water shortages in Sweden will require new rules and stricter monitoring. Photo: JoJan via Wikimedia Commons READ MORE »
Baking with Skansen
A playful way to bake some traditional Swedish cookies and breads, virtually and in the oven. PLAY »
Sweden at the Apollo! 'En kväll i New York' - a performance by a slew of Sweden’s hottest artists at the Apollo Theater in NYC was the big event for Big Apple Swedes in May...
They built their own Viking ship A class at Marina High School in Huntington Beach, Cal. has built a Viking ship since their school mascot is a Viking.
Harald Hårfagre in North America After a challenging journey across the Atlantic the largest Viking ship of modern times has reached North America.
Zlatan likes the hype After scoring 50 goals for his club in France this season, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 34, is a free agent. As he considers his future, the world waits.
Pinocchiotårta, strawberry cake Favorite dessert this Midsummer? A variation on the pinoccio tårta, strawberry sponge cake with meringue and lots of whipped cream.
Swedish midsummer in the U.S. A Swedish midsummer is "endless" summer with sun, fun, great food, flowers, dancing and joy ... a piece of Swedish culture to be proud of.
As the crow flies ... Sweden's latest crime writing duo, Erik Axl Sund, pen name of authors Jerker Eriksson and Håkan Sundquist were in the U.S. to promote their novel, The...
Danish hot dogs in NYC Danish celebrity chef and entrepreneur Claus Meyer’s Nordic restaurant Agern and next-door less pricey Danish hot dog stand at Grand Central is open.
No more tours for Roxette The popular Swedish duo, Marie Fredriksson and Per Gessle have cancelled all future tours.
Celebration at Skansen Skansen is celebrating its 125th anniversary throughout 2016. As if to celebrate a new family of four appeared for the first time in public.