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Basque High School Students Seek Host Families in Seattle Area

June 5, 2011

Two high school students from the Basque Country are looking for volunteer host families in the Seattle area, where they will stay for four weeks each beginning in late June. The students are visiting the United States under...

Prehistoric Paintings Found in Basque Village (Updated 5-15-11)

May 10, 2011

Archeologists have made an interesting discovery of prehistoric art in the Basque Country dating back about 25,000 years. Paintings depicting horses were uncovered in a cave in in the northern Basque province of Bizkaia. The red painting...

Chino Basques Celebrate A Handball Court and History

May 4, 2011

Frontons, or kantxas, where Basques play their favorite sport of handball, have been at the heart of every Basque community in the United States. For anyone who is researching the path of Basque immigration in this country, they onl...

Celebrating Pilota

May 1, 2011

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U.S. Communities Start their own Korrika Events

April 9, 2011

Korrika is a running event held every other year in the Basque Country since 1980 in support of the Basque language Euskera. It is a community run in which thousands of people join in, sometimes up to 600,000. This year, fou...

New Interactive Games to Learn Basque Language

March 23, 2011

A website dedicated to digital language learning has unveiled a series of interactive games to help people learn the Basque language known as Euskera. Developed by Digital Dialects, the program features text and audio games that te...

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...

Dance Party on Boise’s Basque Block

November 21, 2010

The Basque Block is Boise's epicenter of Basque culture. This was especially true during the huge Jaialdi international Basque festival held in late July and early August 2010. Amuma Says No -- Boise's homegrown band -- kept the block ro...

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