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.Read more ›
By Ander Egiluz Beramendi
The Basque rock band Berri Txarrak gives Euskal Kazeta an exclusive interview before starting its first U.S. tour
The French-army inspired bugle and drum corps has survived the shift to a new American generation.
Youngsters as young as 7 play the traditional Basque sport, with a wooden racket.
The Basques were heavily involved in the exploration of the New World.
Kalakan, a Basque band who played with superstar Madonna during her tour last year, will be performing at multiple events on the West Coast through early October.
A group of 42 Basque men, who herded sheep in the U.S. during the 1950s, then went back home, return for a visit.
A summer visit to the Basque Country would not be complete without hitting a local festival. Here’s a list of the most popular.
Basque-American youngsters learned about their culture at Udaleku summer camp in Bakersfield.
Gateau Basque Gateau Basque is the French word for Basque cake. This is the classic Basque dessert. It has a crunchy tart-like exterior and a soft filling. Two completely different kinds of filling are traditionally used. More commonly, it is made with an almond-flavored cream filling, but it can also be made with black cherry jam, specifically the jam from […]
Basque sporting events such as lifting stones, tossing hay bales and chopping wood are rooted in traditional farm chores that date back centuries.
By Mitchell Handler
Michelin-star rated chef from Bizkaia to visit California to cook with chef David Kinch
Berri Txarrak, the extremely popular alternative rock band from Nafarroa, is heading to the U.S. in April.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
More and more often, Basque-American parents are choosing names for their babies that reflect their unique ethnicity.Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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.Read more ›