Euskal Kazeta

Basque Festival in Las Vegas area a foodie’s delight

October 7, 2012

Filed under Culture, Dance, Las Vegas, Links

The Las Vegas Basque festival is known for its wonderful food -- paella, barbecued lamb and a delicious salad are always on the menu. Their chorizos are to die for, and their homemade sangria or picon punch are a great addition to the afternoon. This year's festival o...

Elko National Basque Festival – A Crowd Pleaser

July 8, 2012

Filed under Culture, Dance, Elko, Handball, Links, Music, News

By Nancy Zubiri The National Basque Festival in Elko eclipses most of the West’s other Basque festivals, except perhaps for Jaialdi in Boise, which is held every five years. Elko’s festival, held the weekend closest to 4th of July, features events over three acti...

Basque Youths Carry on Handball Tradition

May 27, 2012

Filed under Bakersfield, Culture, Handball, Links

Basques who immigrated to the U.S. have managed to hang onto their national pastime of handball, playing it just like their ancestors did. Some say it's dying, but a game between 8, 9 and 10-year-olds yesterday, showed that the sport ...

Basque Pelota

May 10, 2012

Filed under Bakersfield, Culture, Handball, Videos

Basque Handball Players Woo Bakersfield Crowd from Euskal Kazeta Basque News on Vimeo....

Cal State Bakersfield Offers Basque Language, Culture Course

January 3, 2012

Filed under Bakersfield, Culture, Euskera, Links, People

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...

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