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Cal State Bakersfield Offers Basque Language, Culture Course

January 3, 2012

Cal State Bakersfield and the Kern County Basque Club are collaborating to bring a Basque language and culture course to the university. Unai Nafarrate, who comes from Gipuzkoa, will be a visiting instructor in the CSU Baker...

Historic Basque Ranch in L.A. Faces Closure

January 2, 2012

A California park featuring a historic Basque ranch is facing closure because of state budget cuts. Los Encinos State Historic Park was part of the early Basque settlement of California. The park, in the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, is one...

A Compilation of Reports on ETA’s Disarmament

November 20, 2011

View the story "The World Reacts to the ETA Disarmament" on Storify] ...

San Francisco Basques to celebrate Nafarroa

November 1, 2011

The Basque Educational Organization is sponsoring the Day of Navarra – Nafarroaren Eguna -- with lectures and activities all related to the region where many of California’s Basque immigrants originated. The event, to be he...

Gauden Bat Shares Basque Culture at L.A. County Fair

September 19, 2011

The Gauden Bat dancers helped spread Basque culture this weekend during performances that were well-received by audiences at the Los Angeles County Fair. The Chino-based group, whose name means "Let Us Be One" in Euskera, gave multiple perform...

Basque Rockers Recording Album in L.A.

September 19, 2011

By Nancy Zubiri Berri Txarrak, possibly the biggest name in Basque rock, has brought its brand of music to one of the hippest neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The group is working with well-known music producer Ross Robinson, staying at his plush oceanfront home in Venice Beach, where...

Patty Miller and Boise Basque Museum to Receive Awards

September 13, 2011

Patty Miller, director of Boise's Basque Museum and Cultural Center, is among several people and institutions whose accomplishments will be honored by the Idaho State Historical Society. Miller is a pillar in Idaho's Basque community. She and ...

Basque Village at the Los Angeles County Fair

September 11, 2011

Basque culture will be in the spotlight at the Los Angeles County Fair Sept. 16, 17 and 18. The Basque Village is a weekend-long exhibition of food, song, dance and merchandise. The event is being organized by Evelyne Ustarroz, a publ...

Hurricane Irene Can’t Stop Rhode Island Basque Club

August 29, 2011

Not even Hurricane Irene could stop the the Rhode Island Basque Club from celebrating its summer picnic. As the hurricane prepared to bear down on the East Coast, the club quickly decided to move the picnic from Sunday to S...

Basque Espadrille Industry Threatened by Cheap Knockoffs

August 28, 2011

For generations, craftsmen in the Basque Country have created hand-made espadrilles. But the quintessentially Basque footwear is now facing a formidable challenge: cheap Asian knockoffs. The comfortable rope-soled shoes have long be...

Urko Menaia at Gardnerville Basque Picnic

August 12, 2011

Urko Menaia, a folk singer from Donostia-San Sebastian, is currently touring the United States, playing concerts in four Basque communities in the next two weeks. Menaia will play in Gardnerville, Nev., Littleton, Colo., New York City an...

The Guggenheim Museum seen from the Puente de la Salve.

The Bilbao Effect

July 31, 2011

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