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Mexico’s “Diario Milenio” gets the causes of the Transformation of Bilbao...

El Museo Guggenheim Bilbao celebra su 25 aniversario con la exposición 'Secciones / Intersecciones'. (guggenheim-bilbao.eus)
The Mexican daily "Milenio de México" publishes an article about the Transformation of Bilbao that is full of mistakes

La Vasconia, the oldest bakery in Mexico City, and heritage of...

Panaderia La Vasconia, Mexico
The La Vasconia Bakery, opened 152 years ago, is the oldest bakery in Mexico City, and is the work of Basques, just like Corona beer

The legend of St. Michael of Aralar as told from the...

Santuario de San MIguel de Aralar
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We've been holding onto this one, looking forward to publishing it.  It's about an article by Carlos Evia Cervantes...

“As hard as it may be to believe, Siri does exist,...

Iratxe Gomez. la voz de siri en castellano
This article was translated by John R. Bopp That was the title given by Mexican magazine Quien to an article talking about how the Spanish-language voice...

Mexico: after 20 years, the jai alai court is reopening; 20-year...

Reinauguración del Frontón México (fotografía Yadín Xolalpa)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp A while back, we told you the story of the inauguration of the Havana jai alai court on...

A Mexican and a Basque record a music video for “Txoria-Txori”...

Sonia de los Santos (Mikel Mecon)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Sonia de los Santos is an actress and singer (with a talent for children’s music) who was born...

“The land of good oaks”  Another defense of the Basque origin...

Robles en el Tumacacori National Park (Fotografía: skyislandalliance.org)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We commented on this back in the “prehistory” of our blog.  Back in March of 2011, we told...

Juana Azurduy: a woman of Basque blood who fought for the...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp We never had, despite her importance in history.  That’s why, after admitting our ignorance, we’re so happy to...