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Amy Winehouse Play to Open in Denmark

A new play, set to open early next year in Copenhagen, will center on the life of singer Amy Winehouse, who died last year following a painful (and very public)...

Denmark Institutes First-Ever 'Fat Tax'

Would you think twice about indulging in Chubby Hubby if you had to pay more for a pint? Denmark hopes you will. Even though less than 10% of Denmark's...

Denmark Leads Europe's Electric-Car Race

An electric-car race is under way in Europe and countries are rushing out their plans for the future — each one more ambitious than the last — in an effort...

Denmark's Wind of Change

If you want to know why Denmark is the world's leader in wind power, start with a three-hour car trip from the capital Copenhagen — mind the bicyclists — to the...

The Gusty Superpower.

If you want to know why Denmark is the world's leader in wind power, take a three-hour drive from the capital, Copenhagen, to the small town of Lem on the far...

How Denmark Sees the World in 2012

Copenhagen is a very nice city in a very nice country. And if you're like me, that's all you might know about the place, along with the fact that was once home...

Denmark's Hippies Hit Their Golden Years

The sign on the gate says it all: You are now leaving the European Union. You're not of course, but life in the Free Town of Christiania, as the neighborhood in...