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New York Times: Ode to the Gâteau Basque

Gâteau Basque. Artículo de Dorie Greenspan  en New York Times
Chef, journalist, and author Dorie Greenspan has published an article in 'The New York Times' about the gâteau Basque that really makes you want some

From Kanbo: 185 boys and girls offer us a “bodytap” version...

Villa Arnaga y sus Jardines. Kanbo
The 185 members of the Choeur des Colibris du Collège Saint Michel Garicoïts in Kanbo have recorded a fascinating version of Beethoven's Fifth

France returns one of their rights as citizens and as a...

Herri Urrats. La fiesta en defensa del Euskera que se celebra en Iparralde (edición 2019)
The French Assembly, against Macron's party's opposition, passes a law that allows for linguistic immersion in Basque in French public schools

A Euroregion project to train teachers who can teach throughout the...

En Francia ocho estudiantes de la UPV/EHU, junto con tres de la UPNA, se encuentran en Burdeos participando en el proyecto. ( Foto. UPV/EHU)
A Euroregion program to train teachers to work in bilingual French/Basque schools in the Northern Basque Country

Donibane Lohizune–Saint-Jean-de-Luz: a Basque city of whalers, ship owners, and corsaires

Saint Jean de Luz. El puerto está salpicado de antiguas y opulentas mansiones. GB : Eric Roustand
French-language Swiss newspaper 'La Liberté' has published an article about Donibane Lohizune/Saint-Jean-de-Luz

The Ainciart-Bergara family, manufacturers of ‘makilas’, are one of five finalists...

The Ainciart-Bergara family, artisanal manufacturers of 'makilas', is one of the five finalists for a world prize for excellence in family businesses

In the Northern Basque Country: “Am I New-Aquitanian? No, I’m...

Ikurriña en una fachada de Baiona
The debate about the appropriateness (or not) of the French "macro-regions" is solved in the Northern Basque Country: they have no idea why they're part of "New Aquitaine"

Akelarre (Coven of Sisters): the real story behind the hit new...

Fotograma de Akelarre (©Lamia producciones)
"Coven of Sisters (Akelarre)", based on the 17th century witch hunts and the case of young Basque women in Labourd, is a worldwide hit

A young Basque woman has created a baby clothing rental company

Tara Chanseau et Tatou
Tara Chanseau, a 23-year-old Basque from near Bayonne, has set up Tatou, a company that "rents" clothes to newborns during their first year

Maurice Ravel, the Basque musician who composed Basque music, and who...

Maurice Ravel was a Basque musician, not only because he was born in the Basque Country, but because he felt that way