Category Archives: Denmark

Copenhagen article in The Week

My article on Christiania was featured in the US version of The Week, under the title ‘Copenhagen’s Little Bohemia’. You can read the summary of my article on The Week’s website, or check out my original piece for the Washington Post.

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Pushers & politics in Christiania

Down by the grocery store, Pusher Street is buzzing. Wasps flit noisily between the trash cans, which are overflowing with empty beer bottles, and little swarms of tourists crowd around the market stalls, cooing excitedly at the variety of products … Continue reading

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Christiania, Copenhagen

I snapped these spaced-out tourists on a recent trip to Christiania, the hippie commune in Copenhagen that’s famed for its open drugs market. I was there to write a story about how this ‘free town’, which has lived by its … Continue reading

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