Why has Nordic Noir risen to prominence in the happiest region of the world?

Why has Nordic Noir risen to prominence in the happiest region of the world? »

6 Apr, 2017
BooksCultureFiction

Last weekend’s Danish Crime Book Festival, ‘Krimimessen’, held at the Old State Penitentiary in Horsens, brought crime fiction lovers together

Our pick of the weekend’s top 5 events

Our pick of the weekend’s top 5 events »

The weekend is nearly here, and there’s plenty of entertainment and culture going on in the region. From crime to choirs, and indie-rock

Made in Jutland: The Jutlander who left more than his name

Made in Jutland: The Jutlander who left more than his name »

12 Feb, 2017
CultureHistory

by Jane Graham

Two hundred and eighty seven years ago, Vitus Bering reached America by travelling from the west,

Discover the world behind bars @ Horsens Prison Museum

Discover the world behind bars @ Horsens Prison Museum »

29 Nov, 2016
CultureTravel

by Emilie Storm

You can almost hear the cell doors slamming behind you as you enter the old prison. Surrounded by never-ending bars,

Local DJs revive underground music in Aarhus

Local DJs revive underground music in Aarhus »

5 Mar, 2015
City Life

Disappointed with the lack of an electronic music scene in Aarhus, several individual DJs have decided to take matters into their own hands.

Lessons from our short time in jail: Horsens krimimessen

Lessons from our short time in jail: Horsens krimimessen »

10 Apr, 2014
Culture

Review: Katherine Dunn and Ellie Sellwood got more than they bargained for when they ventured to Horsens on a gloomy Saturday afternoon for the krimimessen. In a prison.

Thinking outside the bottle

Thinking outside the bottle »

19 Mar, 2014
Business

For expats arriving in Denmark, the limitations of the recycling network may come as surprise. But small initiatives in Jutland are providing an appropriate destination for waste