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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
Flagstaff, Arizona has inaugurated a mural to honor the Basque sheepherders, in a state whose name is of Basque origin
The story of La Vascongada, a dairy company founded by Basques in Argentina at the beginning of the 20th century, which is part of the cultural landscape of Argentina
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, a member of the Mi'kmaq nation, which Basque sailors had an intense relationship with for centuries, has been crowned Miss Canada United World
Author, photographer, and journalist Rob Kachelriess has just published a fascinating report on the culinary offerings to be found by visitors to Nevada on...
Two Argentine Basque centers have commissioned murals of Picasso's "Guernica" as a way to share our history and existence as a people
Rural School #99, named after Irma Ayçaguer Ciganda, a Basque-Uruguayan rice farmer, is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and the community it serves has paid homage
The Sagaseta patriarch reached Río Negro from Tudela in the 1920s, and was the start of a long and important family saga
The 'Reno Gazette-Journal' has published an article by a professor at the University of Nevada, Reno, Carmelo Urza, about the history and reasons behind the Basque Sheepherder Monument