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While Ragnar escapes, the women of Vikings dig in
From the beginning of this season, Ragnar has been a different man. Still physically hobbled, his demeanor has changed to match—limping around with the help of his imposing wooden cane, his signature piercing vision emerges from within a hunched, ...
Ragnar Relay is 200 miles of fun
First introduced as The MC200 in 2010, this race became Ragnar Relay in 2011. Our Madison-to-Chicago adventure, June 10-11, is just one of 12 Ragnar road relay races nationally (they also have a trail series with even more races). This Midwest race ...
John McKenna, Weapons Armorer of 'Vikings,' Talks Arming Ragnar, Rollo, and
Vikings has the best battles on network television. So of course, Inverse had to talk to John McKenna, the show's official armorer. McKenna has also worked as an armorer on Ripper Street, King Arthur, The Lobster, Six Shooter, The Wind That Shakes The ...
Vikings Season 4 Episode 4 to Feature Ragnar's Death Most Likely? Let's See
The reason behind King Aelle's interest in murdering the King of Denmark is still unknown at this point, but historical accounts claim that he is responsible for Ragnar's death in real-life history.
Lessons in Looking from a Ragnar Kjartansson Performance
Hence the initial allure of Woman in E, a major new installation by Ragnar Kjartansson, an Icelandic artist known for creating works that are equal parts music, performance, sculpture, and cinema.

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