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In Touch with Creativity
When talking to Swedish-born New York City-based photographer Kristofer Dan-Bergman, a couple of words keep coming up. One is yoga [more on that later]. The other is process.  READ MORE »
A Danish Scheherazade
Henry Miller called her his Danish Scheherazade, and one is tempted to use mythology to describe Denmark's most prominent and well read author, Suzanne Brøgger, wise, elegant and very beautiful... READ MORE »
Straight talk with Walter Mondale
An exclusive interview with Former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale, newly elected Honorary Consul General for Norway in Minnesota by Nordic Reach editor and publisher Ulf Mårtensson.  READ MORE »
Bioscience advocate draws on Scandinavian roots
Dale Wahlstrom, who runs the Minnesota BioBusiness Alliance got his start in bioscience soon after graduation from St. Cloud State University in 1978.  READ MORE »
Creative Nation
Today’s Denmark, with its spirit of openness, its focus on sustainability, and its network readiness, is so fresh and sharp that bigger nations can’t help but notice. We admire the Danes for their edge, their global thinking, and their sleek design. But what is it that makes the Danes so creative?  READ MORE »
Face Stockholm
Recently a giant in the cosmetics business celebrated its 25th anniversary. It’s not an easy task to look pretty after such a long journey – but Face Stockholm and its founders, Gun Nowak and Martina Arfwidson, look better than ever! READ MORE »