Beatles flick returns to the big screen

“Across the Universe,” the 2007 British-American jukebox musical romantic drama film, directed by Julie Taymor, centered on songs by the English rock band The Beatles,… Continue reading

The boys are back: Brain Drain, Old Gold, Howling Gods return to the Grange

Three bands, all featuring island musicians — many combined years of Bainbridge-based performance experience — will converge and share the stage at The Grange Hall… Continue reading

Lift your voice at Bainbridge Sings!

Bainbridge Chorale is inviting the community to come together for their annual Bainbridge Sings! — a series of three open-to-the-public choral reading sessions. All are… Continue reading

  • Jul 28, 2018

Classic Car Cruise again set to roll out Tuesday

The penultimate Bainbridge Island Classic Car Cruise-In of 2018 will once again take over the corner at the intersection of Highway 305 and Madison Avenue,… Continue reading

Best Bets for July 27-29 | The Bainbridge Blab

Goodbye, July. It’s the final weekend of the most summery of all months, but the sun-baked party ain’t over yet, Bainbridge. If you’re looking for… Continue reading

Island dance center to host Dance for Parkinson’s workshop

The current artist-in-residence at Bainbridge Dance Center will be teaching a Dance for Parkinson’s workshop from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, July 28. “These… Continue reading

Ranger and the ‘Re-Arrangers’ to perform with Patrick Brooks

The lawn at Bainbridge Performing Arts will be filled with the sounds of Gypsy jazz when Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers” host a concert featuring guitarist… Continue reading

  • Jul 26, 2018

Author doubleheader at Eagle Harbor Book Co.

Two area authors, Victoria Josslin and Connie Hampton Connally, will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company for a special doubleheader event at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July… Continue reading

Building bridges by crafting a canoe: Island man brings Bainbridge-born DIY to Nicaragua

A new sawmill in the midst of semi-pristine jungle might seem oddly juxtaposed with the idea of conservation. We already know how this story ends.… Continue reading

‘Coyote Willow’ on stage at the Treehouse

Coyote Willow will return to Lynwood’s biggest stage, the Treehouse Café, at 8 p.m. Friday, July 27. Admission is free; access is 21-and-older only. The… Continue reading

BIMA to add artist books from Port Angeles show

Several pieces from a recent Port Angeles Fine Arts Center exhibit are now part of the permanent collection at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, an… Continue reading

Listening for eight-armed alien broadcasts in Puget Sound | Kitsap Naturally

The tide is out … far out. I’m sitting on a rocky finger beside a narrow surge channel, watching tiny hermit crabs lurch through the… Continue reading

‘Confront Corruption’ rally occupies Waypoint Park | Photo gallery

A pro-democracy public vigil was held Wednesday evening in Waypoint Park in downtown Winslow, one of many such gatherings slated to occur in cities across… Continue reading

Torres named as new BSO music director

Bainbridge Performing Arts recently announced the appointment of Mario Alejandro Torres as music director and conductor for the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra. “While not originally a… Continue reading

Best Bets for July 20-22 | The Bainbridge Blab

With temperatures slated to rise once more, here are some cool weekend recreation options for you to explore on Bainbridge and just maybe beat the… Continue reading

Scenic scenes, pretty birds big winners at BI Photo Club show

The annual Bainbridge Island Photo Club’s Fourth of July show featured the works of 16 photographers, more than 130 prints, this year, from which the… Continue reading

Movies in the Park lineup announced

The beloved Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District summer film program Movies in the Park will return to Battle Point at dusk every Friday… Continue reading

Florida author to visit Eagle Harbor Books

Bestselling author Debra Dean (“Madonnas of Leningrad,” “The Mirrored World”) will talk about her new biography, “Hidden Tapestry: Jan Yoors, His Two Wives, and the… Continue reading

U-pick on Bainbridge | Photo gallery

It’s berry season on Bainbridge Island, with raspberries ready for the picking at Suyematsu Farms on Day Road. Brian Kelly of the Review was there… Continue reading

‘Big’ is back on the big screen

“Big,” the 1988 comedy classic directed by Penny Marshall and starring Tom Hanks, will be back up on the big screen for a special 30th… Continue reading