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Northwest gardening expert to visit Eagle Harbor Book Company

Ciscoe Morris, the “most beloved and respected gardening expert of the Pacific Northwest,” will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to share stories, advice, tips and… Continue reading

BPA Theatre School now enrolling for spring classes

The Bainbridge Performing Arts Theatre School is now registering for an enticing array of spring classes for pupils of all ages. Students ages 4 to… Continue reading

Compline Choir returns Sunday to St. Cecilia’s

The Men’s Compline Choir of Bainbridge Island will sing the Office of Compline at 8 p.m. Sunday, March 1, at Saint Cecilia Parish. Compline, also… Continue reading

Museum’s latest explores legacy of local suffragettes

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote, the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum… Continue reading

Annual cycling season kickoff returns to island streets | Photo gallery

Once more the last Sunday in February heralded the unofficial start of the cycling season in the Pacific Northwest with the return of the Chilly… Continue reading

Sole State Spartan wrestler grapples through two showings

Bainbridge High Schooler Garrett Swanson, the only member of the school’s varsity wrestling squad to advance to the recent Mat Classic XXXII State tournament in… Continue reading

‘Fun Home’ on stage at Bainbridge Performing Arts

Newsday called “Fun Home” a “blazingly original heartbreaker and a non-stop treasure of invention.” The show traces the coming-of-age of lesbian author Alison Bechdel, from… Continue reading

BHS band to host ‘Swing Dance’ concert

The Bainbridge High School Band Boosters will host a special concert where the students from the band and choir will join forces to put on… Continue reading

Best Bets for Feb. 28-March 1 | The Bainbridge Blab

Goodbye, February, it’s been nice. Now, on to March — and, more importantly, to the weekend! Here are our Best Bets for ways to spend… Continue reading

Island teen arrested for DUI after roadside crash

A teenage driver was arrested after she crashed into a roadside trench while allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol while being under 21. The… Continue reading

BPA to host ‘Taiko Drumming: Sounds from Japan’

Bainbridge Performing Arts’ Cultural Outreach Series brings the powerful and beautiful tones of Japanese taiko drumming and other Japanese instruments to Winslow Friday, Feb. 28.… Continue reading

Bainbridge named fifth safest city by national home security council

Bainbridge Island was recently ranked fifth on the 2020 list of safest cities in Washington State by Alarms.org, the website of the National Council for… Continue reading

Less is more: St. Paul de Vence to rock Rolling Bay Hall in duo form

Whatever else may happen, rest assured someone will play a banjo. Lydia Ramsey, most likely, though she’ll also be picking guitar alongside Benjamin Doerr, frontman/founder… Continue reading

February’s final book sale is Tuesday

The last Friends of the Library Book Sale of the month will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25 at the… Continue reading

Seattle Black Film Festival at BIMA for one day only

LANGSTON, the nonprofit arts organization established in 2016 to lead programming within the historic Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, will bring its Seattle Black Film… Continue reading

Juanita loss knocks Spartans from SeaKing tourney

A first-game loss to Juanita Feb. 15 ended the postseason run of the Bainbridge High School varsity girls basketball team. The final score was 57-44… Continue reading

Best Bets for Feb. 21-23 | The Bainbridge Blab

Our cup runneth over, good people of Bainbridge, in so far as there are plenty of things to do round the Rock this weekend, both… Continue reading

Poetry Corners again seeks submissions for exhibition

In honor of National Poetry Month, a group of local poet volunteers are again presenting Poetry Corners in April and the deadline for entries is… Continue reading

Bainbridge blotter | Adult language

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter. TUESDAY, JAN. 7 8:58 p.m. Police responded to the home of a Bainbridge couple who were… Continue reading

Blocks to the Bush: Island quilt guild joins international effort to aid Australia fire victims

As bad as you’ve heard, it actually might be worse. According to BBC news sources, several serious wildfires in the Land Down Under, exacerbated by… Continue reading