Good Friday, or föstudagurinn langi (‘Long Friday’) in Icelandic, is a public holiday in Iceland and part of Easter celebrations.
Luthier Jón Marinó Jónsson does his job with a passion, and that’s what his customers highly appreciate.
For the sixth year in a row, there will be German film days at Bíó Paradís cinema, Reykjavík, March 11-20.
A solution to the housing problems of the Iceland Academy of the Arts may be the building that now houses Landsbanki in downtown Reykjavík.
The March-April issue of Iceland Review (02.16) is out, filled with stunning photos and quality coverage.
The British rock band Muse has announced it will be coming to Iceland this summer to give a concert in Reykjavík on August 6.
Last night, Icelandic musician Björk won a BRIT Award in the category International Female Solo Artist at a ceremony in London.
Icelanders decided Saturday night who would represent them at the 61st Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, Sweden, May 10-14.
A video featuring the song ‘No Good’ with the Icelandic rock band Kaleo from Mosfellsbær was released today.
Many groups of children have visited the office of Iceland Review today, dressed up in costumes to celebrate Ash Wednesday.
Traditional Icelandic saltkjöt og baunir, salted meat and split pea soup, is eaten in Iceland today to celebrate sprengidagur (‘Bursting Day’).