Here comes the rain again. That’s the weekend forecast for Bainbridge Island from the National Weather Service’s Seattle office.
It’s Throwback Thursday, and time again to ponder the panoply presented in the pages of the Bainbridge Island Review from yesteryear and the year before that. Today, we crack open the volume of newspapers from 1969, for a look inside the Wednesday, May 14 edition.
So the Ruth Moody show is sold-out and maybe you're sad. But cheer up. There's enough good music to go around.
Keynote speaker Tony Ventrella will tell some stories — and talk about staying happy as you grow older.
They are called “Elder Orphans” and they represent a growing number of Americans who are coming into their senior years without anyone to watch over them.
Human beings are not cans of soup. There’s no expiration date when you magically become “old.” Still, the most widely used definition of “old” remains age 65, the calendar age that for most of the 20th century was the point in life at which Americans became eligible for Social Security.
Jerry Mecham and Karen Kline are shining examples of how cardiac conditioning can help heart attack survivors regain their physical stamina.
No matter how old (or young) you are, you need to read Aaron Murphy’s book, “Aging in Place,” before you buy or rent your next home.
It’s not that easy to reach out and make friends when you’re older, but there are plenty of places where you can try.
Now that spring has officially sprung, you might look around your home and decide it’s time for some sprucing up. But you don’t have to confine your efforts to your house and yard — you can also engage in a little “spring cleaning” in your investment portfolio.
Kitsap County Aging and Long Term Care, or ALTC, is a division of the Kitsap County Human Services Department and is the locally designated Area Agency on Aging for Kitsap County.
Charlie was an 84-year-old veteran who lived in Kitsap County. He had moved away, but came home to retire here. He didn’t have any family members close by.
They’re helping seniors get their needs met. They serve as advisers. But they’ve all encountered their own unique issues navigating the needs of seniors.
Ready to walk a mile in somebody else's shoes? Or, maybe just read about it? You’re in luck, because today — May 16 — is National Biographer’s Day. The Bainbridge Island Review boasts a rather well-read newsroom, and, in honor of the holiday, we each picked a favorite biography, or one we recently enjoyed. Here are the recommendations.
It’s Throwback Thursday, and time to shake the dust of ye olde volumes of the Bainbridge Review for a look at what was making news yesterday. Today we peek inside the pages of the Wednesday, May 17, 1961 edition.
"Look at this stuff. Isn’t it neat?" - the Little Mermaid on the weekend roundup.
“They’re in full voice now,” comments my dad, Jacob Berend ten Hove, about the croaking frogs in the small rivulet valley below the back patio of his home, as we watch the last rippling rays of a lovely Inland Empire sunset fade over the Southern California Coastal Mountains to our west.
Free Feldenkrais instruction will be offered in celebration of Feldenkrais Week by Marsha Novak, owner of Moving Well and Kayla Davis, on Saturday, May 7 at 318 Wallace Way.
Spring for healthy juice, monks and dominatrix rock. Maybe not all at once.
Kitsap Audubon: Why do birds around Kitsap, and the world, group together?