Recently when I’ve been out late, I’ve noticed something strange. The sky has been getting really dark at […]
Maybe you’ve heard something about this: A few decades ago, America could do anything. Liberate Europe from the […]
The photo above may seem like a regular Independence Day barbeque, but take hold of your seats, dear […]
As we’ve learned in several previous stories, Stockholm’s Tunnelbana (subway) system is often called “the world’s longest art […]
Today, I’d like to talk about two huge financial systems in the United States and how they could […]
Last Friday, I celebrated the Swedish holiday of Midsommar with some wonderful friends and met some new and memorable people as well.
Saturday afternoon I went for a long walk and relaxed in the park to recover from Midsommar festivities. […]
The daylight and the colors and shapes in the sky are continuing to fascinate me.
A visit to Stockholm’s Transit Museum
I think there’s an old saying, “Pictures are sometimes more valuable than descriptions involving many words.” I think […]
Last Thursday, I posted a story about the upcoming reconstruction of Stockholm’s central Slussen interchange. In detailing the […]
I would like to say that I’m starting to get used to the surplus hours of daylight in […]
Enough about Sweden already. Let’s talk about me. Today’s story has been in the works for more than […]
I wrote earlier about the absence of Starbucks in Sweden. Personally, I don’t miss Starbucks, but it seems […]
I recently walked with Iida to the local post office to pick up a special delivery. It was her driver’s license.
Jordgubbar is the word for “strawberries.” I thought they looked pretty nice in this photo from a recent […]
Every year, the reporters who cover the White House get together for a big fancy dinner – almost […]
Stockholm’s subway system is not just extensive – 100 stations in a city roughly the size of Louisville […]
Over the weekend, Comedy Central began blocking online viewing of videos on their website for anyone outside the […]
Every Monday morning in my Swedish language class, the teacher asks everyone what they did over the weekend. […]
Public stairs in Sweden almost always have accompanying ramps or elevators. The ramps are used for wheelchairs, bicycles, […]
Life in this socialist hellhole is just awful. Finally, the American news media has sent an investigative journalist […]
More than one of my friends has asked about the availability of unique beers and the world of […]
I noticed while on tours with the band over the years that a lot of Europeans go to […]
This weekend, Iida, Erik, and I spent some quality time with Erik’s parents. We visited their house on […]
Here are some scenes from Friday night’s Påsk ägg (Easter egg) party in Haninge. What would the chickens […]
In Sweden, there is a television and radio tax which supplies funding for the state-run SVT television networks […]
Sunday night, Erik’s band Tiger Lou returned to Stockholm from a Scandinavian tour. I’ve seen them a couple […]
From a recent episode of Real Time with Bill Maher, here’s another new version of the Snuggie. Awesome.
I recently noticed that the Tunnelbana trains have names. A nice touch, I think, although I don’t care […]