Pau Buscató's Playful Photographs of Crazy Coincidences Found in Cities
The street photographer Pau Buscató spends seven hours a day searching for the funny moments that only happen when people are crammed together.
A Day Out In Oslo With Jenny Hval
Cafes, libraries, studios, and jazz clubs in the capital with the Norwegian avant-gardist.
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MUNCHIES Guide to Norway: The City Life
In this final episode, Halaigh heads back to Oslo to hit up his favorite spots in the Norwegian capital.
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MUNCHIES Guide to Norway: From Sea to Table
The journey starts in Oslo.
It's Not Just You: Euro Cities Are Looking Eeerily Familiar
New book 'Familiar' by Luca Picardi looks at how new developments in different cities are becoming formulaic echoes of each other.
Fifteen Injured From Ceiling Collapse at Steve Aoki Concert in Oslo
Nearly 1,800 people were in attendance at the concert.
Norwegian Mass Murderer Wins Human Rights Case For His Treatment in Prison
Anders Breivik, a right-wing extremist who killed 77 people during a July 2011 attack, alleged that his treatment in Norway's relatively comfortable prisons constituted was degrading.
Mass Murderer Anders Breivik Gives Nazi Salute as He Appeals Solitary Confinement
The far-right terrorist, who was sentenced to 21 years in solitary confinement for killing 77 people in Norway in 2011, is arguing that his incarceration amounts to "torture."
Oslo Duo Apothek Will Fascinate You with Their Stripped Down "Waiting for the Thunder" Live Video
Director Synne Øverland Knudsen perfectly captures the Norwegian duo in a stripped-down warehouse environment.
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Oslo Has 'Racism Inspectors' Who Police Discrimination at the City's Nightclubs
The City of Oslo has been hiring people to wait in lines at clubs to see if they get turned away because of their skin color since 2010.
A Spiral Bridge Concept for a New Art Museum
It's a sculpture garden, a museum, and a bridge—with a twist.
Frozen Norwegian Archipelago Might Provide A New Home For Syrian Refugees
The sparsely populated islands of Svalbard, where polar bears outnumber people, might provide a safe harbor for refugees fleeing war and conflict in Syria.