All posts and stories tagged with 'Copenhagen'

09 Apr

For Lasse Skjønning Andersen, creator and owner of porridge empire Grød and newly opened Sydhavnen café Wolfie, trying new things and giving back to the community go hand in hand. “There’s no place out here where you can have a caffè latte or a piece of sourdough bread, so I decided to make such a place, and especially a place that the locals can use.” Read the story…

18 Feb

For born and bred Copenhagener Morten Nordstrøm, photography is the way he makes sure to capture the moments that count. Both with his family and the many people that, like him, have chosen to spend their lives in the city. “Most of the streets and buildings in inner Copenhagen are quite old which strengthens the feeling of being a small character in a big scene.” Read the story…

07 Jan

For journalist Nana Hagel, Copenhagen is a big love and sometimes also a big frustration. The city’s size, caught between a drowsy small town and a vibrant city, has made her run away to New York and Paris, but it always gets her to come back as well. “Where else in the world do you get that cozy small town feeling without having to compromise on cultural offerings?” she asks. Read the story…