Edda Björgvinsdóttir is the 2018 Reykjavík City Artist

Edda Björgvinsdóttir was chosen as the official 2018 Reykjavík City Artist at a ceremony today.

New Composition Turns Reykjavík Into Interactive Soundscape

Reykjavík GPS allows listeners to create their own site-specific composition while walking around downtown Reykjavík.

Edda Björgvinsdóttir is the 2018 Reykjavík City Artist Iceland Review

Edda Björgvinsdóttir was chosen as the official 2018 Reykjavík City Artist at a ceremony today.

New Composition Turns Reykjavík Into Interactive Soundscape Iceland Review

Reykjavík GPS allows listeners to create their own site-specific composition while walking around downtown Reykjavík.

Iceland Celebrates National Day Iceland Review

Today, June 17th, is Iceland’s National Day, which celebrates the country gaining full independence from Denmark in 1944.

World Cup support comes from different directions IceNews – Daily News

Iceland and Icelandic football is getting support from all over the world, even from the countries Iceland is competing with – We wanted to share with couple of samples. This came in from Gabriel Cruz I’m Argentinean and I want to congratulate the Icelandic national football team for your effective strategy and the spirit to […]

Iceland – Argentina Ends A Draw! Iceland Review

Iceland drew 1-1 against Argentina in its opening match of the 2018 World Cup

Iceland – Argentina Ends A Draw! Iceland Review

Iceland drew 1-1 against Argentina in its opening match of the 2018 World Cup

Iceland Has Tallest Team at the World Cup Iceland Review

The average height of players on Iceland’s World Cup team is 1.85 meters (over 6 feet), making them the tallest team participating in this year’s World Cup.

Iceland Has Tallest Team at the World Cup Iceland Review

The average height of players on Iceland’s World Cup team is 1.85 meters (over 6 feet), making them the tallest team participating in this year’s World Cup.

One Thousand Birch Trees Planted to Offset Carbon Emissions Iceland Review

Staff of the Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources embarked on a two-year initiative to offset carbon emissions on Friday with the planting of 1,000 new birch trees.

Is Iceland the next country to legalize marijuana? IceNews – Daily News

There as a lot of buzz around marijuana these days, Canada is going all in and other countries seem to be following. The website Civilized.life claims that though marijuana is illegal in Iceland surveys have shown that the country has one of the worlds highest percentage of adults using the drug or 18 percent of […]

Hannes Þór, Icelandic national football team goalie, directed a World Cup Coca-Cola Ad IceNews – Daily News

The goalie of the Icelandic male football team Hannes Þór Halldórsson is not only the goalie but also a director. He directed a new Coca-Cola advertisement for the Icelandic market and was produced for the FIFA World Cup that has just started. Visir.is reported this. The advertisement includes, of course, the Icelandic football team, since […]

Farmer Not Allowed to Adopt Grandmother's Name Iceland Review

Hlynur Snæbjörnsson, a sheep farmer in North Iceland, has been denied the right to legally adopt the name of his grandmother because he is a man.

Brent Goose Nests in Iceland for First Time Iceland Review

A nest belonging to a brent goose was found last week around Bessastaðanes peninsula, where the presidential residence is located.

Lilja Sigurðardóttir Wins Award for Year's Best Crime Novel Iceland Review

She won the award for her novel Búrið, or ‘The Cage,’ the third installment in a series featuring “drug smuggling, financial crimes, and passionate love affairs in present-day Reykjavik.”

Elísabet Margeirsdóttir to Run 400-Km Ultra Marathon in the Gobi Desert Iceland Review

Race rules mandate that competitors must finish the race within 150 hours, or just over six straight days. Only fifty runners were invited to participate.

Icelandic Consumers Lose 104 Tonnes of Cheese Iceland Review

A bill on cheese imports newly passed by the Icelandic parliament will cause Icelandic consumers to miss out on 104 tonnes of duty-free imported cheese this year.

Drag Queen Leads Icelandic National Day Parade Iceland Review

Icelandic drag queen Gógó Starr will lead Reykjavík’s National Day Parade as the Lady of the Mountain this year.

Teen Damages Four Police Cars in Wild Chase Iceland Review

Four police cars were damaged in a Reykjavík car chase yesterday evening.

Grímsvötn Glacial Flood Receding Iceland Review

The glacial flood from Grímsvötn has reached its peak and is beginning to subside.