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Great Food is a Highlight at Las Vegas Festival

October 5, 2011

Filed under Culture, Handball, Las Vegas, Links, News

By Nancy Zubiri They left the Basque Country years ago to stake out their fortunes playing jai-alai around the world. For some of them, their last stop was Las Vegas. Today, the jai-alai matches at the MGM Hotel are long gone, but the f...

Basque Rockers Recording Album in L.A.

September 19, 2011

Filed under Basque Country, Culture, Euskera, Links, Music, News

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...

Basque Sailors Navigate Historic Fishing Routes

August 23, 2011

Filed under Culture, History, News, People

Five Basque sailors have been on an expedition retracing historic routes in Greenland and Canada that were traveled by Basque mariners nearly six centuries ago. The crew of the 20-meter sailboat Pakea Bizkaia left the Basque Co...

Basque Films at San Sebastian Film Festival

August 14, 2011

Filed under Basque Country, Culture, News

A documentary about bertsolaritza by filmmaker Asier Altuna is one of several films by Basques or about the Basque Country that will be screened at the Donostia Zinemaldia, or 59th San Sebastian Film Festival. Each year, the international fe...

The Bilbao Effect

The Bilbao Effect

July 31, 2011

Kern County Basques Throw Annual Festival

May 30, 2011

Filed under Bakersfield, Culture, Dance, Handball, Music, News

The day began with clouds and rain, but the gloomy weather gave way to sunshine as several thousand people enjoyed the 39th Annual Kern County Basque Festival in Bakersfield. The well-wishers descended on the festival grounds for a da...

Officials Move to Replace Plaques Stolen from Sheepherder Monument

May 17, 2011

Filed under Culture, History, News, Reno

More than five months after bronze plaques were stolen from the National Monument to the Basque Sheepherder, officials say they are pushing ahead with plans to replace the tablets and renovate the memorial that sits atop a scrubby hill in Reno. Organizers of the eff...

Exciting Raffle Dinner Raises Funds for Dance Group

March 13, 2011

Filed under Chino, Culture, Dance, Links, News

The $5,000 grand prize would go to the last ticketholder. But there were two numbers left in the ticket drum. Read More »...

Plaques With Herders’ Names Stolen from Sheepherder Monument

February 8, 2011

Filed under Culture, History, News, Reno

Bronze plaques engraved with the names of hundreds of sheepherders who immigrated to the United States have been stolen from the National Monument to the Basque Sheepherder in Reno. Detectives have launched a grand larceny investigation into the theft of the five plaques, which occurred sometime between Jan. 12 and Jan 17., accor...

Film Project Explores Basque Culture

January 13, 2011

Filed under Culture, Links, News

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...

Basque Pelota Great Fernando Goñi Retires

December 28, 2010

Filed under Basque Country, Culture, Handball, Links, News

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

“Txiki Txikitik,” They Sang.

October 24, 2010

Filed under Bakersfield, Basque Country, Chino, Culture, Links, Music, News, People, San Francisco

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

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