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Chino Picnic Dancing

April 27, 2010

Basque Folk Dance Extravaganza from Euskal Kazeta Basque News on Vimeo. ...

Basque Film Series in San Francisco (Updated: 5-5-10)

April 25, 2010

Above: Trailer for Victor Erice's classic film. When Basque director Victor Erice shot his feature film "Spirit of the Beehive," little did he realize that his work would become one of the enduring classics of Spanish filmmakin...

Celebrating Basque Festival Season

April 19, 2010

View Basque Summer Festivals in the U.S. in a larger map Above: Interactive Basque Festival Map. Click on the blue "Basque Summer Festivals" to see a larger view. In Basque communities across the West, the onset of summer means the celebration of festivals. These summer festivals are often referred to as "pic...

Seattle Basque Club Remembers Aita Martxel Tillous

April 15, 2010

For years, Father Martxel Tillous was he Catholic priest assigned to cover the Basque communities across the American West. He was known simply as "aita," or father, in the Basque language of Euskera. He died last year of ca...

Basque newspaper editors acquitted

April 13, 2010

The case against the editors of Egunkaria, the Basque daily newspaper closed down in 2003 by the Spanish government, was dismissed Monday, April 12. Spanish government officials at the time of the closure claimed that the newspaper ed...

Basque History Explored in San Mateo Exhibit

April 8, 2010

In San Mateo County, like elsewhere in the Bay Area, Basque immigrants grabbed a piece of the American Dream by starting their own businesses. Many of these entrepreneurs became gardeners. Now, the history of Basques in San...

Pantxoa Eta Peio

March 28, 2010

Basque Group Pantxoa eta Peio in U.S. Debut from Euskal Kazeta Basque News on Vimeo. ...

Pantxoa eta Peio delight audience in Chino

March 27, 2010

Pantxoa eta Peio, the Basque folk singing duet who made it big with their songs about love for their Basque culture, finally made their debut Read More »...

Basques – Make Sure You’re Counted in the Census

March 19, 2010

With Census forms arriving in the mail, members of the Seattle Basque Club are reminding everyone to stand up and be counted. Make sure you let the government know you are Basque. The club has listed some tips on its website to help ...

New Basque Walking Tour in Boise (Updated 6-29-10)

March 15, 2010

A long-awaited series of projects to create an interpretive walking tour of Basque historical and cultural landmarks in downtown Boise Read More »...

Basque Sheepherders in the Great Basin

March 13, 2010

Lured by opportunities in a new land, Basques arrived in the American West during the 1800s and 1900s. The vast majority worked as sheepherders, living a lonely lifestyle with their flocks in the mountain meadows and harsh de...

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