Euskal Kazeta

Basque newspaper editors acquitted

April 13, 2010

Filed under Basque Country, Language, Links, Politics

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...

Pantxoa eta Peio in Concert at the San Francisco Basque Cultural Center

March 5, 2010

Filed under Chino, Culture, Language, People

Pantxoa eta Peio, popular folk singers from the Basque Country, will be performing in a concert Sunday March 28 at San Francisco Basque Cultural Center. For years, the duo's songs have been a mainstay for Basque music lovers...

Basque Author Bernardo Atxaga to teach at Stanford

March 2, 2010

Filed under Culture, Language, People

Internationally acclaimed Basque author Bernardo Atxaga will be teaching two classes at Stanford University focusing on Basque language, politics and culture. Atxaga is considered a giant of Basque literature. His books, nov...

Isabel Uses Recipes to Help her Learn Basque

November 29, 2009

Filed under Culture, Food, Language, Links, People, Recipes

Euskal Kazeta is following Isabel Zialcita regularly on her challenging journey to learn the language of her ancestors. Isabel is a Basque Filipina living in Los Angeles, studying international relations. Isabel has been...

Basque Filipina Continues Her Journey to Learn Euskera

October 30, 2009

Filed under Culture, Language, Links

Euskal Kazeta will be following Isabel Zialcita regularly on her challenging journey to learn the language of her ancestors. Isabel, a Basque Filipina living in Los Angeles, is plugging along in her efforts to learn Euskera. ...

Basque Filipina Starts to Learn Euskera

October 16, 2009

Filed under Culture, Language, Links

Euskal Kazeta will be following Isabel Zialcita regularly on her challenging journey to learn the language of her ancestors. Isabel Zialcita, a Basque Filipina living in Los Angeles, recently decided she wanted to learn Euskera. ...

Campers and Teachers Love Udaleku

July 4, 2009

Filed under Chino, Culture, Language

The 100 or so campers at Udaleku, the Basque summer camp taking place in Chino, Calif., hail from Basque communities all over the west: Winnemucca and Reno, Nev.; Ontario, Oregon; Boise, Idaho; Bakersfield, Chino, San Francisco and Rocklin, Calif. And even Buffalo...

Basque Summer Camp Starts in Chino

June 29, 2009

Filed under Chino, Culture, Handball, Language

Udaleku, the annual Basque culture camp for kids ages 10 – 16, started in Chino, Calif. Monday, June 29 with classes of txistu, Basque folk dance and rounds of the card game mus. The youths also practiced some pilota (handball) at...

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