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Happy in the Basque Country

Here is an awesome fun video that every Basque Country fan will enjoy! Just posted two days ago. Many popular famous spots, as well as traditions like jai alai, folk dancing and soccer.

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Eneko Atxa

Acclaimed Basque Country chef to cook for S.F. Bay Area restaurant

By Mitchell Handler
Michelin-star rated chef from Bizkaia to visit California to cook with chef David Kinch

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Basque hard rock group Berri Txarrak

Berri Txarrak, popular hard rock band, heading to U.S.

Berri Txarrak, the extremely popular alternative rock band from Nafarroa, is heading to the U.S. in April.

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William Douglass speaks at dedication of Center for Basque Studies

U.S. Basque scholar receives top Basque award

By Mitchell Handler
Prominent Basque scholar William Douglass has received the 2013 Argizaiola award for his work in Basque language and culture.

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Bakersfield Basque festival to host NABO

Bakersfield Basque festival to host NABO

The summer NABO convention is still several months away, but organizers in Bakersfield have already lined up an impressive array of activities that will coincide with the Kern County Basque Club’s 42nd annual festival.

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Disarmament meeting between ETA members and neutral witnesses. Photo from the BBC.

ETA hands over some of its arms

The separatist group handed over some of its weapons to a neutral witness group in front of a replica of Picasso’s painting “Guernica.”

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The rack of lamb dinner at the Basque Cultural Center's recent anniversary celebration.
Photo by Christine Uruburu Falconer.

Favorite Basque Recipes

Our readers love Euskal Kazeta’s extensive list of Basque recipes from the internet.

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Basque language students learn songs at the Basque Museum

Fun every Thursday on Boise’s Basque Block

By Itxaso Cayero Ugalde
Now, every Thursday will be a celebration on the Basque Block.

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Upcoming Food Tour to Basque Country

Upcoming Food Tour to Basque Country

By Unai Nafarrate
A tour to the Basque Country will explore the culture through food and farming.

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Jaialdi 2015: Basque Country Performers Selected

Jaialdi 2015: Basque Country Performers Selected

The musicians and dance groups to perform at Jaialdi 2015 have been selected.

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Giant waves hitting the Basque Country attract surfers

Great surfing beaches are one of many features that make the Basque Country famous. On January 28, local surfers took on giant waves that hit San Sebastian. Check out this video to watch some amazing surfing. Axi Muniain and friends are the reported surfers, according to the webpage. Click here.

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Miguel de Unamuno. From Diario de Salamanca

Miguel de Unamuno: Basque writer and philosopher

Miguel de Unamuno, of the city of Bilbao,
1864 – 1936.

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Basque baby names becoming more popular in the U.S.

More and more often, Basque-American parents are choosing names for their babies that reflect their unique ethnicity.

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Gaelic Zati Bat Day

Basque Cultural Day coming up in South San Francisco

This year’s Basque Cultural Day at the Basque Cultural Center will feature themes from the documentary film Gazta Zati Bat (A Peace of Cheese). The film explores self-determination through the story of villagers of the Idiazabal region, famous for its cheese. These villagers revived their local rural sports and worked towards a path of self-determination for the Basque Country, both […]

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An early New York Basque gathering

Basques in New York to celebrate 100 years in a big way

The New York Basque Club will celebrate its centennial anniversary this month with a week’s worth of events and festivities, including an appearance by the Basque lehendakari or president.

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