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A large-scale solo exhibition in a museum setting is a great honor for any artist. Occasionally, though, it is the museum that is privileged to host such an event. Such is the case this month, said Bainbridge Island Museum of Art executive director and curator Greg Robinson, with the opening of “Heaven On Fire,” a 30-year survey of paintings, prints and newer works in glass and paper by the peerless Barbara Earl Thomas.
Community Events, June 2016
Wing Point Way is closed near Cherry and Azalea Avenues, city officials announced just after 10 a.m. Thursday, due to a tree becoming tangled in utility lines.
The most patriotic party of the year, the Grand Old Fourth, begins a little early in Lynwood this year at the Treehouse Café with four consecutive days of stellar shows starting Wednesday, June 29.
Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.
Trump is runaway choice for island Republicans.