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11 May, 2018
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News

Denmark reaches 'Higher Ground' in Eurovision final

Danes celebrated with millions around the world as the Rasmussen, the ‘Danish Viking’,  climbed into Saturday’s Eurovision Grand Final with… read more



World-renowned Danish polymath Per Kirkeby dies

Per Kirkeby, the Danish neo-expressionist painter who also worked as sculptor, poet, writer, and filmmaker has died. Kirkeby’s art was… read more

Strongest field in race history prepares for Sunday’s Telenor Copenhagen Marathon.

Last year’s Telenor Copenhagen Marathon saw a new record set when Julius Ndiritu Karinga broke the tape with a time… read more





Consumer council ‘wishes’ Danes would drop popular website

Anyone using social media sees endless ads for the online retailer Wish.com.  The Danish Consumer Council Tænk Kemi (Think Chemicals)… read more

Danish west coast could become training region for NATO fighter jet

The American defence company Cubic Defense Systems has published advanced plans to establish a central training and command centre in… read more





Featured

Physician’s son, painter, performer, producer, provocateur, pornographer

As one of the more controversial and enigmatic figures of the Danish art world of the 20th century, Jens Jørgen… read more



Events

Coming Up Soon: Jolly hockey sticks, comedy nights and quiz nights

Copenhagen’s oldest field hockey club, KH hockey, is playing host to the biggest tournament in its 114-year history. Contested by… read more

May Events: Architecture, antiquities, ale

Copenhagen Architecture Festival May 3-16; various venues; cafx.dk The fifth edition of the festival will once again include a program of… read more





Spring Performance: May the stage never be empty!

The Exterminating Angel May 6; Operaen, Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; 150-925kr, kglteater.dk Inspired by a 1962 Spanish surrealist film, this English-language opera… read more

May Art: Germany's best kept secret wasn't the V2

Gabriele Münter was a photographer before she started painting in 1900, and she also best known for her drawings, watercolours and… read more