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Nearly 60 years of service and tradition will continue uninterrupted as the…
Kenneth Cole deals in trench coats and leather goods, but occasionally truth,…
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Emily Abby Klein of Quince Blossom Kitchen, a new vegetarian catering company, is celebrating the launch of her business with a four-course feast at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 30 at the Dayaalu Center.
Bainbridge Island Brewing will celebrate its fourth anniversary with a public party from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 10.
Rebecca Villareal, a business consultant and instructor at the Northwest Business Training Center, will lead the free workshop "How to Create a MeetUp” at noon Tuesday, May 17 at OfficeXpats.
The next Building a Sustainable Economy lecture is “Alternative Financial/Business Models.”
Kitsap Development Officers Group will meet at noon Tuesday, April 12 at the Poulsbo Library, 700 NE Lincoln Road.
Veterans Life, a publication of Sound Publishing in Kitsap County, is now Kitsap Military Times.
BC&J Architecture, Planning and Construction Management has hired architect David Cinamon as a member of their design and project administration team.
The next BASE lecture will be an evening of conversation with exceptional leadership in green buildings, corporate sustainability and eco-efficiency across supply chains in apparel and footwear.
Buying local has a new name: Covet.
Create Bainbridge will close on March 15.
B.I. Barkery was recently named the runner-up in KING5’s “Best of Western Washington” contest for Best Pet Boutique, edging out 22 other businesses for the second place slot.
The Building a Sustainable Economy lecture series features the best and brightest minds in sustainable business. December’s topic is “Sustainable Food & Agriculture,” presented by Eric Eddings, president and CEO at Oregon Ice Cream, and Sarah Beaubien, vice president of sustainability at Farmer Brothers.
Seven years ago, Chelsea and James Minola were making shower curtains out of a residential garage on Wing Point Way. Today, they collaborate with architects, interior designers and high-profile brands all over the world. And they've got a new space to boot.