- "It was 100 percent beauty".
A poster featuring a white foot pressed against the face of a black man, which was going to be used to advertise the Swan Lake ballet in Stockholm's Royal Swedish Opera, has stirred controversy in the country.
- Feminist take on Miss Julie.
She's Wild Again Tonight, one of the movies premiering at the Stockholm International Film Festival this week, offers a harsh criticism of men who pretend to be feminists.
- Help them integrate.
Stockholm's culture department is working to offer free entrance to about a dozen museums in the capital to refugees with permanent residency in Sweden.
- Monsters of Film.
Although Halloween isn't a mainstream holiday in Sweden, a film festival is hoping to bring a little horror to movie theaters in the capital during the holiday weekend.
- "We always try to make sure children feel welcome."
Rum för barn (room for children) is celebrating 10 years in its current manifestation at Kulturhuset in Stockholm, and now another has been opened at the House of Sweden in Washington, DC.
- Already over 160,000 views.
The Swedish Television's children's channel broached the topic of menstruation last Friday, hoping to destigmatize girls' periods.
- Donations to Doctor's Without Boarders.
Some 60 artists are selling their work at public auction on Sunday with the proceeds going to charity to help refugees.