Chris Kasper on stage at the Treehouse

More than a dozen years into his acclaimed career, singer/songwriter Chris Kasper has gotten back to the bluesy basics with his fifth album: “O, the… Continue reading

Snagging some fun at the youth fly fishing expo | Photo gallery

The annual Bainbridge Island Youth Fly Fishing Expo returned to Battle Point Park recently. Young would-be anglers were invited to learn the fine art of… Continue reading

Surprise island show features Seattle, Portland acts

A special show at Rolling Bay Hall will see Motopony and Ezra Bell share the stage at Rolling Bay Hall at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May… Continue reading

Best Bets May 25-28 | The Bainbridge Blab

It’s the weekend again, Bainbridge, and you get a whole extra day this time around. There’s plenty to do with those additional hours, too. Here… Continue reading

Talk will turn to privacy

The Salon at Bainbridge Public Library will celebrate its eighth year this month. The Salon, a gathering of people who engage in interesting and civil… Continue reading

BIMA unveils two programs for those with memory loss

The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art has expanded their education offerings to include two new partnerships that help those with memory loss and their caregivers.… Continue reading

Westerly Sound to kickoff winery concert series

The first of a slated series of summer concerts at Eagle Harbor Wine Company will begin at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May… Continue reading

Auditions open for ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’

Bainbridge Performing Arts has announced imminent auditions for the upcoming production of “Return to the Forbidden Planet” on June 11 and 13. Inspired by William… Continue reading

Stunning views: Island students snag top prizes in state photography contest

Regardless of what your mother may have said about manners, renowned American photographer Walker Evans always touted the benefits of starring. “Stare,” he said. “It… Continue reading

Students share immigration stories

Students from The Island School will present the special program “Paved With Gold: Building Opportunities” at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 24 in the school’s Webster… Continue reading

  • May 22, 2018

Living History Walk returns to Ford Ward

The third annual Living History Walk will again take visitors on trip to exciting heritage sites Sunday, June 3. Running from 1 to 3:30 p.m.,… Continue reading

Memoirist revisits a classic at Winslow shop

A classic will be revisited when John Douglas Marshall comes to Eagle Harbor Book Company at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 24 to discuss his 1993-published… Continue reading

‘Solo’ soars onto island’s silver screen

The latest installment in the ever-expanding Star Wars cinematic universe, “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” will screen at Bainbridge Cinemas at 7 p.m. Thursday, May… Continue reading

Special concert features chamber music

The Beau Quartet will perform an evening of viola quintets of Mozart, Dvorak and Shapiro in a special concert this weekend at Eagle Harbor Congregational… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula-set novella trio author to visit

Award-winning Pacific Northwest scribe Peter Donahue will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to discuss his new volume of three short novels — all set on… Continue reading

BHS grad receives repeat Tony nods

Bainbridge High School graduate David Zinn, Class of ’87, is once again in the spotlight — despite spending the majority of his exemplary theater career… Continue reading

Island scribe among scary stars in ‘Best of’ collection

Luciano Marano’s short story “Burnt” was included in the recently published anthology “Year’s Best Hardcore Horror Vol. 3” (Red Room Press). Marano is an Island-based… Continue reading

Illustrated encouragement: New Northwest guidebook helps you explore the NW like a local

The days are getting warmer and longer, and restless energy, pent up from months of dark wet winter, is in need of spending. Got the… Continue reading

Island duo unite for special Space Craft show

Hometown musicians Wes Corbett and Simon Chrisman will return to Bainbridge Island for a special Space Craft concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 19. It… Continue reading

Author of golf legend’s bio to visit Winslow shop

Jeff Benedict, author of the new biography “Tiger Woods,” will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 16. Bill Marler, the subject… Continue reading