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A new docu-series about the history of the Basques in Bakersfield...

Basque Tracks. Una serie  de Jacob Shaw sobre los vascos de Baskerfield
Jacob Shaw is directing and producing "Basque Tracks", a series of documentaries about the past, present, and future of the Basque community of Bakersfield, Calif.

The Soule Maskarada, one of the best displays of Basque culture,...

Bandelariak  de la Maskarada con las banderas de Xiberoa
Once again, the cycle of spectacles that is the Soule Maskarada has begun, which will travel throughout this Basque territory over the next few months

We can’t resist: Thanks to Madonna, even the “unionists” think Biarritz...

Madonna The Celebration Tour  2023
We can't resist: thanks to US singer Madonna, even the "unionists" consider Biarritz to be the Basque Country

Maison 8, the spirit of Basque cuisine in Nagoya, Japan

Maison 8 Restaurant. Cocina vasca en Nagoya
Maison 8, the spirit of Basque cuisine at the hands of chef Shunsuke Yamakado in the center of Nagoya, Japan

Jon Maia and Amets Arzallus at the Wal Goch festival,...

Festival de Futbol y Cultura en Gales
Two Basque 'bertsolaris', Jon Maia Soria and Amets Arzallus, are taking part in the Welsh Wal Goch festival, bringing together poetry and soccer

A painting of Our Lady of Begoña in Villa de Bilbao,...

El INAH entrega la pintura de caballete restaurada “Virgen de Begoña” al Ejido Villa de Bilbao, en Viesca, Coahuila. Foto- CNCPC-INAH.
A painting titled "Our Lady of Begoña" from the 18th century, which is quite relevant to the community of Ejido Villa de Bilbao, in the Viesca area of Coahuila state in Mexico, has been restored

Sharing the Basque vermouth cocktail “marianito” with the world

Social Marianito, Basque-Negroni. Cocktail Recipe Fotografóa: LIZZIE MUNRO
Puch, a US website specializing in alcoholic drinks, has just published an amazing article about the very popular Basque drink "marianito."

Two articles on Basque and the “miracle” of its survival

Traditional Basque folk dancers performing in Bilbao.  Image credit- Laiotz:Shutterstock.com
Big Think and IFL Science, on the same day, publish articles about Basque, how it's an isolate, and its ability to survive

How did a piece of the Basque Country end up in...

Grupo de Dantza en Boise
Journalist Rachel Roberts has recently published an article in the Idaho Statesman (which we've often cited on the blog) sharing the keys both to the important presence...

Magan Basque is the first Indigenous Miss Canada United World

Magan Basque of Eskasoni made history this month when she was named the first Indigenous winner of the Miss Canada United World pageant. CONTRIBUTED MISS CANADA UNITED
Magan Basque, a member of the Mi'kmaq nation, which Basque sailors had an intense relationship with for centuries, has been crowned Miss Canada United World