Sweden’s behavior during the pandemic has not only damaged the country’s reputation, it has also been a fully avoidable humanitarian disaster.
Panorama photo of a Saturday afternoon in January from the steps of the Stockholm Concert House at Hötorget. […]
Photographer Emily Dahl itick capturing my former co-workers Niclas Blixt Madison and Fredrik Vindelälv who interview each other […]
With a bit of a spring in my step, I disembarked from the aircraft at Los Angeles International […]
In July, I was featured in The Courier-Journal, the daily newspaper in Louisville, Kentucky. For their “First Time” segment, […]
Though he’s not a celebrity in Sweden, everyone in Kentucky knows the name Fred Noe. Even more people know the name of his great-grandfather, Jim Beam.
I have recently become addicted to a website called Stockholms Källan. The site is an amazing treasure trove […]
At a Drambuie press event and this Scottish bloke just taught us to make Drambuie Mint Juleps. It’s sacrilegious and delicious. #sacrilicious
If you’re not in Sweden where you can just grab a bottle of glögg at every corner, here’s a recipe to make your own.
Tonight I made a background image for my new iPhone using photos of some of my favorite famous people.
Happy Thanksgiving from Sweden!
Photos and adventures from The Cardigans playing my favorite album live.
A sampling of what’s on the national news websites in Sweden tonight as Americans vote.
Photos from the K Composite Halloween party at Debaser Slussen in Stockholm
Last night I bought some nice headphones and for the first time in years, I really felt what […]
Smashing the gold carpet with Emily Dahl
For my friend Jason
Bästa mailet någonsin
The Ingmar Bergman Center on Fårö
I didn’t understand this note on the elevator. I thought it said “the light in Norway is a pie” but it actually says “the light in the box is broken.” Apparently “korgen” is an old way to say “elevator” and “paj” which literally means “pie” is slang for “broken.” Rough day.
The amazing story of how Kodak invented digital photography and how the duck face ruined it.
…including how Kodak’s invention slowly ate them alive.
Step aside “Where’s the beef?” There’s a new catchphrase in Sweden, and you’re starting it!
3D pictures from the free Stockholm reunion show of legendary Swedish band Refused.
Today I visited the Stockholm Retro Fair and took along the 3D camera.
Order your 3D glasses here for just two bucks. Then you can enjoy all the great 3D content here on Snuggling With the Enemy and in K Composite Magazine.
The pairing of two so-called “matching” socks is merely an illusion, so masterfully perpetuated that I never realized it was not the natural order until today.
I was unenthusiastic about Bill Clinton at first. Now I’m hoping everyone who felt the same about Obama is warming up like I warmed up to Clinton.
The new incarnation of my magazine of interviews with my friends and other so-called “regular” people.
The Church of Sweden had nothing to do with the Heaven’s Gate mass suicide – as far as I know.