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The CrossFit fitness program has been sweeping the country, gaining in popularity and winning over new converts along the way. For those curious about the program, but unsure if it is the right routine for them, the Bainbridge-based gym CrossFit Outcome is offering "On-Ramp" beginner classes through the month of September.
Staff members and participants from the Bainbridge Island Special Needs Foundation, also known as “Stephens House,” helped Bainbridge Island firefighters with a big job recently: washing one of their rigs.
The sixth annual Taste of Lynwood block party took over downtown Saturday, Sept. 14, offering guests live music performances, family friendly games and a variety of local craft and food vendors. Photos by Luciano Marano.
The Bainbridge Spartans opened the season on the road against the Cougars of Central Kitsap. Photos by Luciano Marano.
The Spartan Boys Water Polo team held their own during the season opener jamboree in Auburn, despite some temporary ineligibilities that left the team without two starters and a limited bench.
Looking for a nice wholesome and cultured family night out at the theatre? Then this show is not for you.
The Washington State Patrol said Friday that the woman who went overboard from the lower car deck of the ferry M/V Wenatchee during Tuesday's 1:10 p.m. sailing to Bainbridge Island was trying to kill herself.
An unidentified woman was rescued by the Coast Guard after she reportedly jumped off the ferry to Bainbridge Island as the vessel was nearing Eagle Harbor Tuesday.
Disappointing debut for BHS on the road.
What happens when the newly elected president’s wife has no interest in being the first lady? How much is a modern woman expected to give up to support the career of her husband? What are the true consequences of being a public figure? What does it really mean to be married to the leader of the free world?
The Bainbridge Island Spartans were unable to stop the scoring machine that is the Central Kitsap Cougars in the first game of the season Friday, Sept. 6, at Olympic High School field.
Yes, the Spartans have fewer players this year. Yes, many players are having to learn multiple positions. Yes, the team has instituted a new and more rigorous strength and conditioning program. Yes, they lost some good players to graduation.
“I was a kid who didn’t like to read and I wanted to write books for kids similar to me,” said children’s author and illustrator Dav Pilkey.
Labor Day weekend is traditionally considered to be the beginning of the end of summer. Even though the official first day of autumn isn't until Sept. 22, by now the kids are going back to school and already the edges of the leaves are beginning to take on a reddish-orange hue.
Strike up the band. Island music students and aficionados are all the better for the most recent addition to the faculty at the Island Music Guild. Renowned classical violin soloist Lenore Vardi will celebrate joining the Guild staff with a free concert Sunday, Sept. 15.
This past weekend saw the successful return of one the biggest sporting events of the year on Bainbridge Island: the Island Cup. This year 70 teams, both girls and boys, from around the Pacific Northwest made the trip to the island to compete for titles in age brackets ranging from Under 9 to 14.
Karl Kasperson could never have imagined that, even a decade after his passing, his music would be the subject of a headline concert event.
Whether it be the gourmet frozen delicacy from which the establishment takes its name (Gelarto being a combination of the words “gelato” and “artisan”), the artworks that adorn the walls of the shop or the care that husband and wife owners Fareed and Jennifer Al-Abboud take in every other aspect of their business, craftsmanship is the true order of the day.
The Bainbridge Island Review's frog came home to the newspaper office Wednesday, Aug. 28, for a brief pit stop before making its way to its final destination: the Seattle ferry terminal.
The Friday afternoon ferry commute got even more traumatic last week when a man who was suffering a heart attack was resuscitated by two Puget Sound area nurses who happened to be on board.