Art show marks island painter’s 90th birthday

A special art exhibition will be held to showcase the paintings of island painter Chloe Gill, arranged by her friends, in honor of her 90th… Continue reading

Hodges to play Emily Dickinson in Island Theatre production

Jennifer Hodges will portray the iconic New England poet Emily Dickinson in Island Theatre’s staged reading of “The Belle of Amherst,” written by William Luce… Continue reading

BIMA Bash! party and auction set for Friday

Kick off your summer celebrating at the liveliest arts party of the year at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Don’t miss a thrilling evening… Continue reading

Best Bets for June 14-16 | The Bainbridge Blab

Obviously, the big-ticket item this weekend is a whole bunch of pomp and circumstance. The annual joint Bainbridge and Eagle Harbor high school graduation ceremony… Continue reading

‘Field of Dreams’ on the big screen

If you screen it, they will come? Obviously believing just that, the folks at Turner Classic Movies are reviving “Field of Dreams” for a special… Continue reading

Seattle journalist talks ‘Alt-America’ at Eagle Harbor Books

Dave Neiwart, an investigative journalist and author based in Seattle, will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to discus his latest book, “Alt-America: The Rise of… Continue reading

Island Film Group screens ‘Chinatown’

The Island Film Group will meet this month to watch a classic movie starring Jack Nicholson. The group will screen “Chinatown,” a 1974 Paramount Pictures… Continue reading

  • Jun 9, 2019

Sounds of Summer concert lineup announced

The Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District recently announced the artist lineup of their annual Sounds of Summer concert series. Shows will be held… Continue reading

Behind the books: Friends of the Library stage massive sorting, shelving operation

Icons and unknowns. Bestsellers and sleeper hits. Obvious scores and overlooked gems. From far and wide they come, in boxes and bags from estate and… Continue reading

Stargazers seek out Active Galactic Nuclei at next planetarium show

The Battle Point Astronomical Association will present the planetarium show “Active Galactic Nuclei: Quasars & Blazars & Seyferts, Oh My!” at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, June… Continue reading

  • Jun 7, 2019

Icons of ’Vanishing Bainbridge’ captured, preserved on the wall at Winslow gallery

The recent changes on Bainbridge Island — new retail and residential developments replacing old structures and previously empty lots, an increased population and general cost… Continue reading

Dreamy photography on display at BPA Gallery

“Visions in Nature” is coming to the BPA Gallery. The new exhibit will present photography by Mandi May, and opens with an artist’s reception during… Continue reading

  • Jun 7, 2019

Annual Boaters Fair returns Saturday to Winslow Waterfront

The ever-popular Boaters Fair will once again be held at Waterfront Park dock (301 Shannon Drive NE) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June… Continue reading

‘European Influence’ on display at Roby King Gallery

Roby King Gallery presents the exhibition “European Influence” featuring the art of Kathe Fraga and Terry Siebert at the Winslow gallery in June. The new… Continue reading

  • Jun 7, 2019

Island Center Hall hosts DJ-mix dance Saturday

Island Center Hall will host a community dance with a versatile DJ mix guaranteed to keep your feet moving at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 8.… Continue reading

  • Jun 7, 2019

Best Bets for June 7 – 9 | The Bainbridge Blab

We’ve got a fine selection of choice happenings round the Rock this weekend, people. First off, for those seeking fun, it’s First Friday! Participants in… Continue reading

June art show at the Bainbridge Public Library is ‘Mischief and Craft’

Gigi Godfrey will be the featured artist for the June exhibit at the Bainbridge Public Library. Her exhibit, “Mischief and Craft,” will open at the… Continue reading

  • Jun 6, 2019

Island author recounts overseas childhood at Winslow shop

Longtime Bainbridge Island resident, author and retired professor Dr. Nat Hong will share how living overseas as a child led to a lifelong personal and… Continue reading

Featured creature features: Review culture writer picks six scary flicks with marvelous monsters

Monster movies are a way to choose sides. The appeal of cinematic outings starring giant lizards, famished space goo, risen leviathans and hormonal aliens is… Continue reading

Film focuses on the search for solutions

The next offering in the Movie That Matters series will be the film, “Paris to Pittsburgh.” This 2018 documentary film about climate change is directed… Continue reading

  • Jun 4, 2019