A Swedish Midsummer!
 'Svensk Midsommar' - the traditions, the table and a selection of the most popular recipes. 
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Sweden vs Germany on June 23
Cheer for Sweden's 2018 World Cup team in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Atlanta and Dallas on Midsummer weekend! 
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Swedish Midsummer in America 2018!
The most comprehensive listing of where you can celebrate Svensk Midsommar in the United States. 
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Midsummer 101
A Swedish midsummer is "endless" summer with sun, fun, great food, flowers, dancing and joy ... a piece of Swedish culture to be proud of.  
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World's first climate positive burger
After calculating its overall impact on the climate, Swedish burger chain Max says it will compensate for emissions by 110%. 
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'Helan Går ...'
If you ever plan to join a Swedish dinner party there’s something you should know.  
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Soccer and Midsommarfest in Philadelphia
 The American Swedish Museum is hosting a World Cup Watch Party at 2pm on June 23, followed by the traditional Swedish midsummer celebration. 
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Forest fire danger  The combination of little rain and warm temperatures has given the forest fire season... READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT NORDSTJERNAN »
Guilty of terrorism  On April 7, 2017, Rakhmat Akilov stole a truck and drove it at high... READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT NORDSTJERNAN »

'Jenny Lind' tours again
 The summer concert of Nordic folk music and opera arias will soon be in Moline and Chicago, Illinois. 
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Geneva's Swedish Days Festival
'The Granddaddy of Illinois Festivals' will run Tuesday through Sunday, June 19-24.  
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Soon ... Midsummer
it feels like that after an unusually cold spring in the Northeast. Do you already have plans? 
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June in Swedish America
Midsummer celebrations are in full swing, but so are a lot of other events you don’t want to miss.  
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IKEA might be back in town
After many years on the outskirts of towns IKEA might be venturing into our inner cities with smaller stores. 
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The Swedish Vessla
Move over Elon Musk - a Swede has developed a stylish electric scooter that saves the world from fossil fuels. 
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Explicit consent required  In the new proposal sexual consent is identified as the obvious: it must be... READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT NORDSTJERNAN »
Who wants to be a millionaire?  One in five Swedes considers himself a millionaire. There are just over 300,000 Swedes with... READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT NORDSTJERNAN »
Travel news
The recent list of best hotels in Sweden offered a few surprises and new names. 
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Swedes and citrus in the Sunshine State
 They're a symbol of the Sunshine State. When you think oranges in the United States, you think Florida. You certainly don't think Sweden.  
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Our favorite crisp bread
Knaeckebroed - with two umlauts and sounding just the way it tastes is the most Swedish of all breads. 
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Bernadotte 200 years
The Swedish royal family holds a powerful and peaceful distinction that no other European royal family can claim.  
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How safe is Sweden?
We consulted a couple of organizations that specialize in finding out. 
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Food deliveries into your fridge   The smart lock company Glue, and food delivery company Mathem in Stockholm, have initiated... READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT NORDSTJERNAN »
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