Jutland Station reporter Aggelos Andreou speaks with Lupita, one of the hundreds of sex workers operating both legally and illegally here in Jutland.
Musical acts Iron & Wine and Jesca Hoop brought a distinctly American flavor to Fonden Voxhall last week, drawing a crowd of Danes and expats alike.
For many people, working at a company like LEGO or finding a stable job in the government can mean a dream turning into reality. But Danish entrepreneur gave up both opportunities to pursue happiness in something else.
Denmark without waste, how a country changed the pattern of the amount of waste generated with an efficient recycling system.
She does not want to be called a human rights activist – she prefers activist journalist. Faten Bushehri certainly does not fit into one single descriptive category.
Art centers in Aarhus experience a good moment in business, with increases in audience and in ticket sales. But profit doesn’t seem to be their main goal.
Jutland Station went to the opening of Aarhus Filmfestival, and presents you the top three must-sees of the week.
Students at the Danish School of Media and Journalism participate in one of the most anticipated days of their university careers: the Big Match Day. Watch some photos of their reactions.
Muthoki Mumo explores the Danish phenomenon ‘Operation Dagsværk’ – the day when Danish high school students perform odd jobs to raise money for a good cause.
We went to the first ever national championship in twerking, and met one who learned to twerk in Mozambique, a ballet dancer, and Denmark’s most famous twerker.
Two guys wanted to stay in shape without paying ridiculous amounts for a gym membership. So they founded the free running club RUNAAR.