Kitsap Weekly preview | The Bainbridge blab

Pick up Friday’s edition of the Bainbridge Island Review for your copy of Kitsap Weekly for the week of Dec. 22-28.

Mark Krulish has the cover story: Fill your 2018 bucket list with great Kitsap sites.

Also inside, Donna Lee Anderson offers greetings of the season in this week’s “Bookends.”

Richard Tizzano presents “Things to know about power of attorney, or POA” in his “Compass & Clock” column.

Quinn Ward is back with “Kid Wisdom.” This week: Christmas memories of the past.

Also in KW, NW Wines explores the popularity of Cabernet Franc.

The Bainbridge Blab is your one-stop spot to get the 411 on all things 98110. From South Beach to Agate Passage, Battle Point to Rolling Bay, we’ve got the straight skinny on Bainbridge Island: the latest chatter, babble and burble. News, too. Have a tip or a comment for the Blab? Email us at editor@bainbridgereview.com.

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