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A slippery subject: Fish hatchery doc shot partially on Bainbridge to screen in Lynwood

The upcoming free screening of the documentary “Artifishal” at the Lynwood Theatre turned out to be strangely prescient, though the film itself has been in… Continue reading

Port Angeles poet visits Winslow book shop

Poetry will take the spotlight when Tess Gallagher and Joyce Rudolph visit Eagle Harbor Book Company at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3. Gallagher’s latest book,… Continue reading

BARN to auction class-built boat

Thinking of a buying a boat? Want something a bit more special than your typical trawler? Well, here’s your chance to own a gorgeous Nutshell… Continue reading

Picking pumpkins, changing faces: Snapshots of the year’s spookiest holiday on Bainbridge Island | Photo gallery

And so another Halloween has come and gone, and the dreadful/exhilarating run to New Year’s Eve begun again. But before you trade skeletons for stockings… Continue reading

Compline Choir returns Sunday to St. Cecilia’s

The Men’s Compline Choir of Bainbridge Island will sing the Office of Compline at 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at Saint Cecilia Parish. Compline, also… Continue reading

New show presents Modern Quadrilaterals

The November art display at the Bainbridge Public Library will feature Bainbridge Island Modern Quilt Guild’s exhibit titled “Modern Quadrilaterals.” The exhibition opens during the… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2019

Carter wins big at KiDiMu golf event

Shawn Carter recently earned the top title of Masters Champion at this year’s Kids Discovery Museum miniature golf fundraiser. The win came complete with trophy… Continue reading

Carden Country School Pumpkin Parade boasts bevy of gorgeous gourds | Photo gallery

The 29th annual Carden Country School Pumpkin Parade again took over the rural campus Friday, Oct. 25, with a pack of picturesque pumpkin creations made… Continue reading

Best Bets for Nov. 1-3 | The Bainbridge Blab

Goodbye, October, it’s been nice. And thus officially begins the final countdown to 2020, with all the holiday happenings and traditional goings-on it entails. But,… Continue reading

Supporting characters steal the spotlight in inD Theatre’s ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead’

The latest offering from inD Theatre is derivative in the best possible way. Derivative works are based on, or derived from, one or more existing… Continue reading

Island symphony benefit is ‘Breaking Boundaries’

Bridges, a string orchestra, will present “Breaking Boundaries” on Friday, Nov. 1 at Bainbridge Performing Arts, a benefit performance for the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra. Violinist… Continue reading

New exhibitions come to Roby King Gallery

Roby King Gallery will showcase the art of Melinda Whipplesmith Plank and Dion Pickering Zwirner in November at the gallery. The new exhibition opens with… Continue reading

  • Oct 30, 2019

Four centuries of music from four cellos at next First Sundays concert

First Sundays Concert welcomes CELLICATESSEN Seattle for the next performance in the series. The cello quartet is made up of Meg Brennand, Page Smith, Brian… Continue reading

  • Oct 28, 2019

Bainbridge artist grant winners announced

Arts & Humanities Bainbridge has announced the winners for its revitalized Individual Artist Grant program, which supports artists who live or engage artistically on Bainbridge… Continue reading

Lively sourdough demo on tap at BPA

Learn how to make delicious whole grain sourdough breads with recipes designed for home cooks in a special one-day-only demo “Sourdough on the Rise” by… Continue reading

Redshift Dance Party returns to the Treehouse Café

Local jazz faves Redshift will be playing movement-inducing music at the Treehouse Café during a special free dance party concert from 7 to 9 p.m.… Continue reading

BHS fall play ‘Radium Girls’ is a true and timely tale of equality, justice

The show must go on. It’s the primo rule in the entertainment biz, this reporter’s personal favorite Queen song, and the guiding philosophy of the… Continue reading

Best Bets for Oct. 25-27 | The Bainbridge Blab

Everybody’s working for the — oh, wait, it’s here. Never mind, work, see ya Monday! First up for those seeking thrills round the Rock is… Continue reading

How DNA Unlocked My True Family History – At 80 | Larry Noedel

I was adopted at birth by a loving family who never shared any of the facts of my family history. In fact, they went to… Continue reading

  • Oct 24, 2019

Timothy Wise talks ‘Eating Tomorrow’ at Winslow shop

Timothy Wise, senior researcher at the Small Planet Institute, where he directs the Land and Food Rights Program, will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to… Continue reading