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Aboitiz & Company: 100 years of a Basque company from the...

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Aboitiz Old Cebu Building-Aboitiz & Co.’s first headquarters, in a modest two-story building on Juan Luna Street in the heart of Cebu City.
The Philippine daily Inquirer has just published an article by Tina Arceo-Dumlao covering the history of one of the largest industrial conglomerates in the Philippines: Aboitiz & Company.We've...

The accordion is strengthening the Basque community in Idaho, helping to...

Ansotegui’s band, Amuma Says No, performed at the Idaho Botanical Gardens in August.
Boise State Public Radio (part of the NPR network) has published an article by Arlie Sommer discussing the power of music and dance as integrating...

“Mr. Basque”: the deep commitment of US researcher William A. Douglass...

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William A. Douglass and Jon Bilbao
Euskal Kazeta is the main news source for the Basque community in the United States.  It was founded in 2009, and you can check...

Azkoitia-born Lope de Olano needs the forgiveness of no king

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Lope de Olano. Capitanía de Castilla de Oro
Coinciding with the 510th anniversary of the 1510 discovery by Europeans of the Archipelago of San Andrés and Providencia by Basque Lope de Olano and...

Maria Elena Etcheverry: a pillar of everything Basque in the Americas...

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Maria Elena Etcheverry en un stand de la Editorial Ekin
The name of Dr. Maria Elena Etcheverry, MD is infallibly tied to the spread and defense of Basque culture in Argentina and throughout the...

The Bishop of Yurimaguas talks with us about the more than...

Asamblea 2020 del Vicariato Apostólico de Yurimaguas
We've written a lot about the Basque Passionists in the Peruvian Amazon.  As we've explained many times, this is for a number of reasons. ...

Basque emigrants didn’t travel on rafts, but many were tricked and...

Representación del hundimiento del velero Leopoldina Rosa
Alberto Moroy is an old, and esteemed, friend to the blog.  He writes for the Uruguayan newspaper El País, publishing fantastic articles on the...

Contributions of the Basque Exiles to Mexican Architecture…Or Something Else Francoism...

Arturo Sáenz de la Calzada. Librería de Cristal in the canopies of the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, 1940. © Saénz de la Calzada Aguado family Archive. Courtesy of Juan Ignacio del Cueto Ruiz-Funes.
A while back, we wrote an article about the contributions made in Venezuela by Basque architects who had been forced to feel the dictatorship...

Discover the Basque music collected by the North American Basque Organizations

Mikaela Goicoechea recursos musicales Nabasque
The North American Basque Organizations (NABO) was started in 1973 with the goal of joining together all the Basque centers in the United States and...

Why Samuel L. Jackson did not aim his “zoaz popatik hartzera”...

Samuel L Jackson usa el euskera para promover la participación en las elecciones USA
A few hours ago, we published an entry showing a video of US actor Samuel L. Jackson fulfilling a promise to "cuss in 15 languages."He was...

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