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Keiko Green is named 18th Amy Awardee

Presented to a young adult, under the age of 35, who is or has been an island resident, the Amy Award annually recognizes those who… Continue reading

Compline choir returns to St. Cecilia Sunday

The Men’s Compline Choir of Bainbridge Island will sing the Office of Compline at 8 p.m. Sunday, May 6 at 8 p.m. at Saint Cecilia… Continue reading

Island comic hits the road in YouTube series

Bainbridge comedian Rodney Sherwood’s new YouTube series, “My Life is a Highway,” sees the familiar funnyman digging into gear-centric topics like motorcycle riding, touring, road… Continue reading

Best Bets for May 4-6 | The Bainbridge Blab

It’s First Friday! The monthly art walk begins again, from 6 to 8 p.m., and boasts a bevy of beautiful venues. For a complete list,… Continue reading

Amy Award winners on display at The Art Project

A special group exhibition surveying current work by past Amy Award recipients who were honored in the visual arts will be on display at The… Continue reading

Island Gypsy rockers on stage at BIMA

Ranger and the Re-Arrangers, Bainbridge’s best-loved Gypsy jazz ensemble, will play a special free concert with guest Neil Anderson at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 5… Continue reading

Blue collar tunesmith set to regale Lynwood

Seventeen years ago, Rod Picott dropped his tool belt, picked up an acoustic guitar and released his first album, “Tiger Tom Dixon’s Blues.” The acclaimed… Continue reading

Winners announced for 2018 play festival

The winners of Island Theatre’s 2018 Ten Minute Play Festival have been announced. The chosen playwrights are Karen Polinsky, Connie Bennett, Miranda Ray, Paul Lewis,… Continue reading

‘Xanadu’ leaps, twirls, skates onto stage at Bainbridge Performing Arts

For one member of the cast at least, love of “Xanadu” runs deep. Like deeper than skin deep. “I have a ‘Xanadu’ tattoo,” confessed Matty… Continue reading

Vinyl Lounge gets set to scratch

The monthly Vinyl Lounge live record playing party, hosted by Space Craft, will return to the Alehouse on Winslow, from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday,… Continue reading

Island publisher debuts two memorable Seattle memoirs

Two Seattle area authors are releasing books in the coming weeks thanks to the work of a Bainbridge-based company. The Publishing World was started four… Continue reading

‘Puffs’ on screen at island cinema

For seven years a certain boy wizard went to a certain wizard school and conquered evil. This, however, is not his story. This is the… Continue reading

Winslow shop among stops on Independent Bookstore Day

Independent Bookstore Day is Saturday, April 28, an annual national celebration of independent bookstores and the customers that support them. In the Seattle region, 19… Continue reading

Ai Weiwei to live-stream Q&A at doc screening in Lynwood

Iconic Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei will live-stream a Q&A session following a free screenings of “Human Flow,” a documentary film about the global… Continue reading

Hard rock revival:Teen Program returns beloved concert series to Strawberry Hill

Bainbridge Island is a small but undeniably important chapter in the larger story of Northwest music. Even a cursory glance at the island’s Wikipedia entry… Continue reading

Best Bets April 27-29 | The Bainbridge Blab

Welcome back, weekend. We missed you. Oh, how we missed you, weekend. If you’re looking to make the most out of your upcoming 48 hours… Continue reading

Four Washington poets laureate to visit, read at St. Cecilia

All four of the previous Washington State Poets Laureate will be in attendance and reading new original pieces celebrating, and raising awareness of, the philanthropic… Continue reading

Raising Resilience doc to screen at island cinema

How can we inspire students to become creative problem solvers and active citizens? To kickstart a discussion that might lead to answers, Raising Resilience and… Continue reading

‘State of the Union’ on display at TAP

The new mixed-media series “State of the Union,” by Seattle-based artist Holly Ballard Martz, is on display at The Art Project (formerly Bainbridge Arts &… Continue reading

Nature authors bring Salish Sea tome to Winslow shop

Families are invited to share in Earth Day observations at Eagle Harbor Book Company with a photo-filled new offering from Joseph Gaydos and Audrey Benedict,… Continue reading