Tyler Shuey

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Fall season means new TV shows

With the end of summer just around the corner, more people will be heading back indoors to enjoy their leisure time with plenty of new… Continue reading

 

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Online a blessing in disguise for Winslow Art Center

When Martha Jordan established the Winslow Art Center in 2011, she was simply trying to keep art classes and workshops going after the closure of… Continue reading

 

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Public Rec Center opens in BI

Joining fee waived for everyone through Sept. 17

 

Noll James working behind the camera.

Local filmmaker involving community in latest project

Rachel Noll James’ film Ingress will be shot exclusively on Bainbridge Island

Noll James working behind the camera.
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Local film curator and essay writer Tova Gannana stands outside the Lynwood Theatre dressed in attire that reflects the times of the movie she’s showing.

Movie curator, writer to teach film critic class

Tova Gannana’s passion for film has provided her with many opportunities, her latest a film critic class she will lead in the fall through the… Continue reading

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Local film curator and essay writer Tova Gannana stands outside the Lynwood Theatre dressed in attire that reflects the times of the movie she’s showing.
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Guitar maestro Carl Verheyen to headline Treehouse Cafe Sept.5

The Supertramp guitarist has made music for many famed movies/tv shows

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New ‘resimercial’ consignment store in Winlsow

Residential, commercial furniture, local art for sale

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Drive-in, walk-in movies through August

After much success with last year’s drive-in movies at Battle Point Park, the Bainbridge Island Metro Parks and Recreation District is continuing that theme with… Continue reading

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From her Grease days.

Dinah Manoff — actress turned novelist

Famed actress released her debut book The Real True Hollywood Story of Jackie Gold

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BHS grad instrumental in successful Blue Origin launch

32-year-old Kyle Nyberg was the launch vehicle manager for New Shepard Rocket

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COVID, housing, budget discussed at BI school meeting

At the first Bainbridge Island School District board meeting since school ended, the board touched on many important topics such as safely reopening schools, the… Continue reading

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Local duo introducing new outdoor night market

The first Moonlight Market will take place Aug. 6 at Town Square

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BHS student prepares for debut performance of Indian classical dance

Sai Prakash has been practicing the art form for nearly 8 years

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BI tea shop offers live music, food, yoga

On Winslow Way, the Bainbridge Apothecary & Tea Shop has expanded to a spacious area behind the building where it will now offer food, live… Continue reading

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Maureen Maurer, local author and founder of Assistance Dogs Northwest, with a few of her service dogs (left to right) Sadie, Indy and Samson, during her book signing last week at Eagle Harbor Books. Tyler Shuey/Bainbridge Island Review

Assistance Dogs are great companions for those in need

Maureen Maurer, founder of Assistance Dogs Northwest, wrote a book about her experiences

Maureen Maurer, local author and founder of Assistance Dogs Northwest, with a few of her service dogs (left to right) Sadie, Indy and Samson, during her book signing last week at Eagle Harbor Books. Tyler Shuey/Bainbridge Island Review
Eileen Sorg, ‘The Fruits of Your Labor,’ colored pencil over watercolor.

BI Summer Studio Tour ready to welcome folks back

Event will be held at 6 studios on Bainbridge Aug. 13-15

Eileen Sorg, ‘The Fruits of Your Labor,’ colored pencil over watercolor.
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3 challenge incumbent Deets for BI council seat

Incumbent Joe Deets is being challenged in the Aug. 3 primary election by three opponents for the North Ward position on the Bainbridge Island City… Continue reading

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Artist Abe Singer stands next to his creation "Reflection" outside of City Hall. Courtesy photo

‘Reflection’ sculpture bought by BI for $11,500

Art piece will be stored until new location at Waterfront Park is ready in 2022

Artist Abe Singer stands next to his creation "Reflection" outside of City Hall. Courtesy photo
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Dowdney’s piece ‘Lime Kiln Sunset.’
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Dowdney’s piece ‘Lime Kiln Sunset.’
Customers sit inside Pegasus Coffee House Wednesday. Tyler Shuey/Bainbridge Island Review

How does BI spell relief? 100% capacity

After a year-and-a-half of opening and closing, enforcing COVID-19 health guidelines and adapting from traditional ways of serving customers, Bainbridge Island businesses reopened fully to… Continue reading

Customers sit inside Pegasus Coffee House Wednesday. Tyler Shuey/Bainbridge Island Review