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Best Bets for March 13-15 | The Bainbridge Blab

Wash your hands. You can’t go wrong by staying properly hydrated and rested. Consider enjoying a bit of personal space, like say 6 feet at… Continue reading

BPA cancels symphony/chorus collaboration performance in April

A collaborative production featuring Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra and Bainbridge Chorale slated for April has been canceled, according to a message sent by Bainbridge Performing Arts… Continue reading

Bainbridge clinic conducts outdoor COVID-19 testing amidst increasing outbreak

Much was made of the University of Washington’s drive-thru coronavirus screening, reportedly capable of testing 40 to 50 people a day — though, as of… Continue reading

Art museum cancels March events in wake of COVID-19 outbreak

All March events slated to be held at the Bainbridge Island Musem of Art have been canceled or postponed, according to an official announcement Tuesday.… Continue reading

‘King Kong’ returns to the big screen on Bainbridge

The silver screen’s preeminent giant monster, “King Kong” (1933) will return for a special revival screening at Bainbridge Cinemas at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 15.… Continue reading

Bainbridge blotter | Possibly intoxicated

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter. FRIDAY, FEB. 7 7:53 p.m. A possibly intoxicated driver struck and toppled a stop sign and… Continue reading

BPA staff to work remotely after shows and classes postponed amidst COVID-19 fears

The show must go on — eventually. But not today. Bainbridge Performing Arts officials recently announced the nonprofit was closing “in response to growing concerns… Continue reading

Bainbridge forests, climate change focus of IslandWood conference

Do you care about Bainbridge Island’s forests and the wildlife that call this island home? Climate change is affecting the Puget Sound region, but what… Continue reading

Museum to host Shakespeare-themed fundraiser

The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is holding its first fundraiser of the year, Clay Jenkinson’s “Shakespeare: The Magic of the Word,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday,… Continue reading

Never too late: Review culture writer picks five authors well worth rediscovering

The recent death of Charles Portis — famously press-averse author of “True Grit,” whose sparse but distinctive fictional oeuvre earned a cultish fanbase of champions… Continue reading

Joy Mills Band celebrate new release with BIMA show

Luscious country/roots group the Joy Mills Band returns to the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art to perform songs from their new release “Echolocator” at 7:30… Continue reading

First Friday: March Art Walk offerings include fiber works, paintings, sculptures

Third time’s as charming as ever. This year’s March installment of the monthly First Friday Art Walk in downtown Winslow is set to serve up… Continue reading

A fanciful fleet: Island artist crafts whimsical takes on classic cars

The shape is the subject, the theme is the dream. Island artist Chris Demarest’s series of stylistic models of vintage automobiles, several of which are… Continue reading

Best Bets for March 6-8 | The Bainbridge Blab

Tuesday may have been “super,” but even the most super of Tuesdays has got nothing on a decent Saturday. That’s right, people, it’s once more… Continue reading

Bainbridge blotter | A strapping thief

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5 2:51 p.m. A 57-year-old island woman called police to report a car prowl… Continue reading

From page to stage and song: BPA’s ‘Fun Home’ brings heartfelt new quirky classic to life

“It’s like Sondheim only better.” A bold declaration by the director of Bainbridge Performing Art’s imminent production of “Fun Home,” perhaps, but not entirely unearned.… Continue reading

Bainbridge blotter | Growing dispute with the neighbor

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter. MONDAY, FEB. 3 8:26 a.m. A 46-year-old Bainbridge Island man called police to report his neighbor… Continue reading

Studio tour announces call for artists

Applications are now for available for artists hoping to participate in the 2020 Summer and Winter Studio Tours on Bainbridge Island. The tours are scheduled… Continue reading

‘Mummified’ goats found as police investigate case of possible animal cruelty

Bainbridge Island police investigated a case of alleged animal cruelty after conducting a welfare check on an island woman and discovering the remains of three… Continue reading

Movies That Matter returns with ‘Motherload’

Movies That Matter will screen “Motherload” as its next offering in the series. The award-winning, crowd-sourced documentary will be shown at 7 p.m. Thursday, March… Continue reading