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Découverte de quatre sites basques qui redéfinissent la relation avec les Inuit (from Ici.radio.canada.ca)

08/19/2019

Une équipe d'archéologues sous-marins a trouvé quatre sites de pêche du 16e siècle, en Basse-Côte-Nord, qui témoignent d'une occupation inuk et basque bien différente de la version officielle.

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La vida de las descendientes vascas en Cuba a través del objetivo (from Eldiario.es

08/17/2019

  • A través de testimonios de cubanas con ascendencia vasca, objetos, imágenes y fotografías, la artista Tana Garrido enmarca con su cámara de vídeo la relación entre los dos territorios, así como la memoria y el género
  • El equipo de la artista en Cuba ha estado compuesto deliberada y exclusivamente por mujeres: la discriminación en el mundo del cine es latente
  • Garrido ha podido desarrollar su proyecto gracias a la Residencia de Prácticas Artísticas de Azkuna Zentroa – Alhóndiga Bilbao en colaboración con el programa Artista x Artista del Estudio Carlos Garaicoa, que promueve el intercambio entre artistas de Cuba y Euskal Herria

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Nevada: Translating Minden’s Basque street names (from Record Courier)

08/17/2019

The devil spent seven years in Basque country trying to understand the language. Since it was so difficult, after all that time he had only been able to learn “bai” (yes) and “ez” (no). He finally decided that was enough for his purposes and was leaving when a terrible thunderstorm came up. He fell and hit his head, knocking out those two important words from his memory.

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Review: Bernardo Atxaga – Sin City Through Basque Eyes (from Reviewsphere)

08/17/2019

2019 is the year when Scotland goes Basque. Unsurprisingly, therefore, this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival features several events related to Basque-speaking authors, among them Bernardo Atxaga in conversation with his translator Margaret Jull Costa. This informal discussion, which was subtitled ‘Sin City Through Basque Eyes’ and was chaired by the British writer and translator Daniel Hahn, was supported by the Etxepare Basque Institute.

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This Basque Bridge Will Blow Your Mind (from TravelerDreams.com)

08/13/2019

One of the world’s most unique bridges is hidden in a sleepy suburb of Bilbao, Spain in the heart of the Basque Country. Crossing the Nervion River, the Bizkaia Bridge was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2006.

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A Torontonian Guide to the Basque Region Where France Meets Spain (from Toronto Guardian)

08/13/2019

If you haven’t heard of Basque Country before, you’re going to want to google that right now. Basque Country is located in the western Pyrenees, where France borders Spain. The area is home to the Basque people, their language of Euskara, and their own culinary traditions. The area also boasts adorable towns, incredible beaches, and unique architecture. It isn’t like any other place in Spain or France.

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Learn about the Basque people during New London festival (from The Day)

08/13/2019

This is no ordinary street festival. There will be stone lifting and wood chucking and elaborate mini finger foods prepared by chefs from classy New York City restaurants and even tastes of a cider that once helped prevent scurvy.

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America’s best Basque food is in Boise, Idaho (from Matador Network)

08/12/2019

When most people think of Idaho and food, they probably think potatoes. But spuds aside, Idaho is a place filled with culinary surprises. Look no further than the state capital of Boise, home to one of the highest concentrations of Basque populations in the United States.

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Magellan, Elcano and the first circumnavigation of the globe — the 500th anniversary (from The Times)

08/10/2019

A crew set off into the unknown on what turned out to be a three-year voyage plagued by starvation, scurvy and mutiny, writes Isabella Bengoechea

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Txakoli: Effervescent White Wine From the Basque Region of Spain (from Forbes)

08/07/2019

Imagine yourself in the famed Basque seaside town of San Sebastian. It is a beautiful summer day.

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