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Basque Journalist Covers Mexico Drug War

April 12, 2010

Filed under News, People, Politics

Journalist Judith Torrea still remembers crossing the bridge from El Paso, Texas to Juarez, Mexico. Read More »...

Pantxoa eta Peio delight audience in Chino

March 27, 2010

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

Pantxoa eta Peio, the Basque folk singing duet who made it big with their songs about love for their Basque culture, finally made their debut Read More »...

New Basque Walking Tour in Boise (Updated 6-29-10)

March 15, 2010

Filed under Boise, Culture, History, Jaialdi, News

A long-awaited series of projects to create an interpretive walking tour of Basque historical and cultural landmarks in downtown Boise Read More »...

Kepa Junkera Hopes to Spread Basque Music [Updated 3-29-10]

February 18, 2010

Filed under Basque Country, Culture, Music, News, People, San Francisco

Kepa Junkera, probably the best internationally known Basque musician, is currently living in the United States Read More »...

Pride, Fanfare Mark Opening of Ellis Island Basque Exhibit

February 7, 2010

Filed under Culture, History, New York, News

In a momentous occasion for the Basque community, the much-anticipated "Hidden in Plain Sight" exhibit was unveiled before a crowd of about 300 dignitaries and well-wishers Saturday Feb. 6 Read More »...

Carrying On a Basque Tradition

January 21, 2010

Filed under Culture, History, La Puente, News

Update: The Chalet Basque closed in 2010, after co-owner Steve Osowiecki passed away. The waitress piled grilled lamb chops and roasted garlic chicken onto plates at the monthly barbecue at Le Chalet Basque, a tradition that ...

Singer Michel Etcheverry Visits California

January 3, 2010

Filed under Chino, Culture, Music, News, People, San Francisco

Michel Etcheverry, a popular singer from the Basque Country, is visiting California for performances in South San Francisco and Chino. Read More »...

Vintage Postcards of French Basque Towns

December 14, 2009

Filed under Basque Country, History, Links, News

The French version of the Yellow Pages (les Pages Jaunes) has a wonderful feature in which you can find vintage postcards of many Basque towns in France. Read More »...

Popularizing Basque Pelota

November 10, 2009

Filed under Culture, Handball, News, San Francisco

When it comes to handball in the United States, you can't help but think about the Basque people. Read More »...

Oinkari Dancers Plan Reunion at Jaialdi 2010 (Updated 6-28-10)

October 21, 2009

Filed under Boise, Culture, Dance, History, Idaho, Jaialdi, News

The venerable Oinkari Basque Dancers are hoping to re-unite current and former members for a special performance Read More »...

Bill Clinton Praises John Garamendi During Basque Cultural Center Rally

October 6, 2009

Filed under News, People, Politics, San Francisco

By Xabier Berrueta and Nancy Zubiri California Lt. Gov. John Garamendi received a high-profile boost in his campaign for Congress, Read More »...

Bill Clinton and John Garamendi to Appear at Basque Cultural Center

October 5, 2009

Filed under News, People, Politics, San Francisco

Former President Bill Clinton and California Lt. Gov. John Garamendi will appear tomorrow Oct. 6 at the Basque Cultural Center in South San Francisco. Read More »...

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