No telling how many years the “Soquamis Bay” has been a port of call for visitors hereabouts. The old petroglyph known as “Haleelts” on Agate Point bears witness to a few thousand years of comings and goings. But it is unlikely anyone during that time had ever seen two things witnessed there on Feb. 16, 2015.
The Dayaalu Center on Bainbridge Island hosts “Be an Activist in Prayer” from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28.
Great Northwest Wine: Here are several delicious white wines priced at $15 and under that we’ve tasted in recent weeks.
Hypnotherapy can help people overcome life’s obstacles.
Horoscopes: The water sign Pisces is in play, but fire, air and earth want to play, too. We’ll get a different flavor in the Piscean waters on an every-other-day basis as the moon rotates through the signs.
For its new center on Bainbridge, Harrison Medical Center has done away with one of the most disheartening aspects of a visit to the doctor’s: the waiting room.
She’s been working out since seventh grade, at about the time Jazzercise came out. But through a calling from God, Rebecca Diehl has made her passion for exercise and her passion for people into a business.
The Vestmans celebrated their 60-year diamond anniversary this year.
We live in the most amazing time in the history of the world. We have access, as an entire nation, to more resources, opportunities and food than the richest people had throughout history.
Taking charge of your own health is often the key.
Many Americans are in denial about their health. That’s according to Robert Doane, owner of the Acupuncture & Wellness Center in Poulsbo, who helps treat hundreds of patients per week. His practice steers away from pharmaceuticals, which Doane said just mask health issues.
Horoscopes for Feb. 18 through March 5. "We are in the midst of a shift in ages...graduating from the Age of Pisces and taking on the Age of Aquarius’ mission of innovation and inclusion."
Kitsap Audubon: Why do birds around Kitsap, and the world, group together?
Imbibe: Bushel & Barrel Ciderhouse boasts itself as the first ciderhouse in Kitsap. It rolled out its first kegs in January and its cider has slowly filled local markets and pubs.
Do you feel like you are on a roller coaster of losing and gaining those same unwanted pounds over and over? If so, you are not alone. Most people in your situation have lost count of how many diets, pills, shakes and gadgets they have tried in hopes of finally losing weight for good.
Great Northwest Wine: When someone says, “Oregon wine,” the automatic thought often is “Pinot Noir.” This is because the noble red grape of France’s Burgundy region drives everything about the Oregon wine industry.