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It was a Tuesday night and very dark. Per usual, Julia Fradkin was in need of photos.
Jeffrey Bassett and Dale Magneson each claim the other is not qualified for the bench.
For his Eagle Scout project, Cruz Strom built a covered sitting area for residents of the Madrona House assisted living facility. He rallied a crew of more than 50 boys, adults and organizations to put the project together, many of them donating time and supplies, like Bainbridge First Baptist Church, Ace Hardware and the Kiwanis Club and Rotary.
Court of Master Sommeliers exam director Shayn Bjornholm shares his first sip, his first seminal bottle and his tips for tasting ‘petrol.’
Maker space shapes up for springtime debut.
The secret to the business' longevity is employee loyalty, community giving and sacrifice (the Mikami's home DIY projects that never get completed).
Bainbridge High students code for good, helping Bainbridge Youth Services, Bainbridge Football Boosters and Melanesian Women Today, among others.
The Bainbridge Island School Board was set to approve two new staff contracts at its bimonthly meeting this week.
Peter Bang-Knudsen is about to eat and breathe three questions: What’s working well? What can be improved? And what advice do you have for him as an “instructionally-focused superintendent”?
The Bainbridge Island School Board unanimously approved the district’s budget for the 2016-2017 school year at its final meeting in August.
Could the iconic Winslow Way building be the next Bainbridge Island police station? Perhaps, says new owner George Lobisser.
Bainbridge Island Child Care Centers’ Kid’s Club program has been bouncing around for months. Not like, “Oh this is fun, we’re on a trampoline” bouncing, but rather, Little Orphan Annie-style, like you have no home and everybody keeps punting you.
Your fortune, oh reader: Don’t be hasty, prosperity will knock on your door soon. Prosperity in the form of fried rice, kung pao shrimp and spicy garlic eggplant.
In-depth study sets out size, space needs for new South End school.
No cavities, no signs of decay. But lots of crushed goldfish.
The Sakai SeeStack would soar 94 feet into the Bainbridge sky “to see above the trees, to peek at our neighboring peaks and to look deep into the Salish Sea.”
Jillian Price was going to be so productive....
The son of a bronze sculptor and a toy designer, Brandon Perhacs was destined for design. He considered fighting it, like any thoughtful teenage rebel, recanting the vision that betrayed him as his parents’. Only a book of theirs did him in. In “Space of Akari and Stone” he discovered Isamu Noguchi. While other kids worshiped Michael Jordan and Arnold Schwarzenegger, he was mesmerized by the first person to place electric bulbs in paper lamps.
“What we do with our bodies and others’ bodies, who we see as worthy of life, how we deal with violence — these are theological issues,” Cushman explained.
What’s taller: a stack of books or the 72-year-old man who wrote them? Jim Whiting believes he’s Washington’s most prolific author, having published some 170 titles of children’s nonfiction and edited 500 others. He’s queried librarian friends about his claim and thus far has met no contenders.