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Tour gives peek into the heart of local art

Bainbridge Island Winter Studio Tour When: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday Nov. 30 through Sunday, Dec. 2. Where: 10 different locations spread through the island. Full map at Cost: Free.

Famed culinary author returns to old stomping grounds on island

Chef Tom Douglas comes to Bainbridge Island for two appearances on Dec. 2. From 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Town & Country Market, and at 3 p.m. at Eagle Harbor Book Co.

Island artist turns pen to maritime work

For years artist Bill Hemp has been eying iconic Bainbridge homes and crafting pen-and-ink portraits of them. But lately he has set his sights beyond the island's shores.

Fleury of music: Island musician releases second recording

Island musician releases second recording, sells out Seattle club.

Distracted: BPA presents play about our demanding wired world

Don’t look away - show explores the diversions of modern life.

Gertrude?to the rescue: Monkey saves the day – and paves the way – for a local author

Two women. Two books. One disease. And a whole lot of monkeying around.

Our best chef: Hitchcock’s own wins national acclaim

Chef Brendan McGill of Bainbridge Island's Hitchock not only won the title of people's best new chef in the Northwest and Pacific region, he also took the prize for best new chef in the nation for Food & Wine magazines People's Choice poll.

Wooden boat festival returns to Bainbridge Island

The island's wooden boat festival will take over Eagle Harbor June 15-16.

Bainbridge high schooler hits the air with SoundFiles

DD Madigan host SoundFiles for Bainbridge Island Radio.

‘WRECKED’ picks up the pieces for a second season

Bainbridge-based Honey Toad Studio prepares to follow up its successful first season.

Hulet to leave Ovation! for New York

Todd Hulet, Ovation!’s performing arts director of music and education, will be leaving the shores of Bainbridge Island and moving to New York in September.

Rocking the Rock: St. Cecilia hosts concert fundraiser

From Frogwater jams to Soundgarden swag, benefit strikes a chord on Bainbridge Island.

Boat fest rides wave of success

The Bainbridge Island Wooden Boat Festival is an infrequent event, thrown by locals, for fellow enthusiasts. But when the festival does float into town, it makes quite a splash.

A Bainbridge Island holiday feast | Holiday Guide

Bainbridge Island is home to a farm-fresh community and a gorgeous holiday haven. It’s about time someone started putting them together. Here's a guide to island farms offering great holiday food.

Classic clothing store closes after 22 years in Winslow

Lindsley's clothing store in Winslow will close up shop on May 18.

Ready for its closeup: Work wrapping up on new downtown art museum

Bainbridge Island’s newest asset begins to look a lot like itself.

Two drivers remain at Harborview after Agate Pass accident

The two drivers who were injured in a car crash Monday at the Agate Pass Bridge remain in care at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, hospital officials said Tuesday.

Islanders brave the midnight hour for glimpse of ‘Hobbit’

Many heard the call and journeyed from their varied regions to middle Bainbridge, in the land of Winslow. Loyal followers braved darkened island streets, battled daunting late-night hours, and suffered long lines stretching through Pavilion hallways.

UPDATE | Two-alarm blaze destroys The 122

Owners lost a business, and a building. Locals lost a home-away-from-home.

Island dance team brings home trophies

The Bainbridge Ballet’s dance team recently competed in the Showstopper Dance Competition in Tacoma on May 17-19, and the island dancers came away with their arms full of trophies.