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In-person Basque festivals are back in the US and Canada: Elko, SCBS, Vancouver, Buffalo, Salt Lake, Boise…

06/17/2021

Some Basque picnic posters that will be celebrated this summer (northern hemisphere) in the United States With vaccination progress in recent weeks there has been a substantial change in the United States in relation to the pandemic.  Also in other parts of the world, in some cases seeing the light at the end of the tunnel (as in Europe), although unfortunately, in others, such as in Latin America, uncertainty continues to dominate.  This article is about summer in the US and Canada where every year at ...

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Around the World in 500 Postcards: Schoolchildren from Chile and Euskal Herria become pen pals across the sea

06/17/2021

Postcards written by children in Chile and the Basque Country will travel sowing new relationships Five hundred years ago, the Magellan-Elkano Expedition united the five continents for the first time by crossing oceans.  Today, 500 years later, both coasts reconnect through the “Postalak mundubiran” (Postcards around the world) that proposed a new trip around the world, this time by exchanging postcards and by gazing at our youth. Because of the initiative, 250 postcards traveled from Chile to ...

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Entitled “Bertso in Boise," Bertsoa.eus interviews Todor Azurtza about the situation of Bertsolarism in the US

06/17/2021

Todor Azurtza (Caracas, 1970) in a video of bertsos as part of the celebration of ENE, International Euskera Day Todor Azurtza Sorrondegi is not a name that is unknown to those who read EuskalKultura.eus. A deeply multifaceted person, despite his youth, he has a rich biography which includes the places he has lived: born in Caracas, raised in Donostia, twenty years in Paris, then London, New York, to Boise where he lives with his wife who is a Basque and from Boise, the many languages he speaks, his training and varied ...

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Member of the Lima Basque club, Monica Rojas, is proud that one of her stories is now part of an anthology in Euskadi

06/16/2021

Monica Rojas Turpaud and her family at Korrika 2015 organized by the Lima Euskal Etxea The story “A Curious Observer,” by Monica Rojas Turpaud, was selected as one of the 19 winning stories by the Otxarkoaga “Story Contest without Borders," organized as part of the 39 Children’s Days of the Txirula Kulture Taldea Association in Otxarkoaga, Bilbao.  The story that this young woman from Lima wrote will now be part of the book that will be presented next ...

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Do you enjoy writing? The Basque Writing Contest 2021 is on in Reno, deadline is the end of September

06/16/2021

The Basque Writing Contest welcomes your submissions at the University of Nevada, Reno The William A. Douglass Center for Basque Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno has announced this year’s “Basque Writing Contest.” Original and unpublished works in English whose subject is the Basques, their language and culture, the Diaspora, the Basque Country or any subject related to anything Basque are eligible to participate in this contest.

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