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Dakota Fanning, Emile Hirsch shoot film at Gardnerville’s JT Basque Bar

March 2, 2011

The historic JT Basque Bar & Dining Room in Gardnerville became a Hollywood film set this week when Emile Hirsch and Dakota Fanning showed up to shoot their latest feature film. The two actors and crew members were filming scenes f...

Basic Basque Language Phrases Online

February 16, 2011

Planning a trip to the Basque Country and need to quickly learn a few key phrases to help you get buy? Not to worry, thanks to an audio file of Basque basics that you can access online from Quick Fix Essential Languages. The audio file contains 10 phrases that are w...

Reward Offered in Basque Sheepherder Monument Theft

February 10, 2011

As authorities continue their investigation of the theft of bronze plaques from the National Monument to the Basque Sheepherder in Reno, a reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case. The nonprofit organization Secret Witness is sponsoring ...

Basque Researchers Sail Around Globe on Scientific Voyage

January 19, 2011

Researchers from the University of the Basque Country have been involved in a unique scientific expedition, sailing around the world to chart changes in the marine ecosystem and study its biodiversity. The Malaspina 2010 scie...

Film Project Explores Basque Culture

January 13, 2011

The stories about her great-grandfather and grandfather herding sheep in the Great Basin came to life as Amaya Oxarango-Ingram pored over the faded black-and-white photos. Like many Basques, Pedro Barinaga and Roger Oxarango ha...

Fundraiser for Basque Documentary Film Ipuina Kontatu

January 8, 2011

Supporters of "Ipuina Kontatu," a documentary film project about the resilient Basque culture, will be holding a fund-raising event at New York City's trendy Bar Basque to raise money to finish the film. The fundraiser w...

Basque Pelota Great Fernando Goñi Retires

December 28, 2010

Fernando Goñi's championships and stellar performances made him a top player. Read More »...

Popularizing a Basque Musical Tradition

December 4, 2010

The txalaparta is one of the world's most unique musical instruments -- one in which two people play together creating rhythmic, organic melodies. This art form has been popularized by the Basque Country duo of Harkaitz Martinez de San V...

“Txiki Txikitik,” They Sang.

October 24, 2010

Singers Mikel Markez and Erramun Martikorena are a generation apart and represent two different styles of music. Read More »...

Two Popular Basque Singers in U.S.

October 9, 2010

Two well-known singers from the Basque Country, Erramun Martikorena and Mikel Markez, both with very different styles of music, are in the U.S., performing together in Rocklin, San Francisco, Bakersfield and Chino, Calif. in th...

Team USA Keeps Hope Alive at World Pelota Championships

October 7, 2010

By Xabier Berrueta, United States Federation of Pelota As the World Championships of Pelota enters its final rounds, Team USA members have played some great games and shown a lot of potential for future tournaments. Here's a run...

Team USA Men Score Wins in Handball, Pala Corta at World Pelota Championships (Updated)

October 6, 2010

The men from Team USA scored victories Wednesday in handball and pala corta as the competition heated up at the World Championships of Pelota in France. In 36-meter action, Tony Huarte of the United States upset veteran Julien Ectheverr...

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