For the second part of our coverage of Internet Week Denmark, we explore what it means for a city to be ‘smart’, why Aarhus is smart, and how this can benefit citizens.
Preview: On the back of a pivotal performance at SPOT last year, Go Go Berlin are back to perform in Aarhus. Band Manager Facius tells Jutland Station how their show that almost missed the attention of the booking agents has lead to the band’s biggest year so far.
Internet Week Denmark began yesterday in Aarhus, celebrating the Danish IT industry. For the first of five articles to accompany the week, we explain how this small country found itself an online niche.
Danish Performer Brian Batz plans on waking up crowds at SPOT Festival with his bright soundscapes and bunny ears branded music.
Klaphat means ‘idiot’ in Danish, and that’s what our Canadian columnist frequently feels like when faced with the complexities of Danish society. In her regular column she attempts to understand the Danes, but Danish nude ads have made it hard.
Inspired by the Bangladeshi Nobel Prize winner Muhummad Yunus and his concept of microfinance, a project run by Aarhus Municipality is building hope for the unemployed and homeless
Jutland Station attended the 150th anniversary commemoration of the Battle of Dybbøl – an event which helped create modern Denmark, and affects Danish-German relations to this day.
Jutland Station gives you this week’s news, in English. It’s been a busier week in the Danish press and we’ve found three of
This year, for the first time, SPOT festival has introduced a separate film program with documentaries, short films and music videos. But the film program should not be seen as a separate festival.