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Sustainable Bainbridge has finally found a way to rid Winslow Way of its overflowing garbage cans, at least it will once the reconstruction project on the street is finished.
Charlotte Shepard, the native islander who opened the 122 Winslow restaurant in December 2008, has been considering relocating for several months.
His work is one of Oprah's picks; he's been featured in Martha Stewart Wedding, People Magazine, Parenting, USA Today and more. He was commissioned for… Continue reading
The Island Gateway development finally has its ideal anchor tenant under contract. Nearly all of the commercial space available in the large building sandwiched between the existing Kids Discovery Museum and the anticipated Bainbridge Art Museum has been leased to Avalara.
If you’ve got a highly successful bakery, why not expand it? The owners of Blackbird Bakery are doingexactly that, more or less, with the opening of Fork & Spoon restaurant just around the corner in early April.
The tearing up of Winslow Way isn’t the only action occurring these days on the island’s main street. The April opening of Fork & Spoon precedes several other downtown changes, with several new leases signed recently.
For John Hays the last three years of the recession have taken a toll on his high end furniture store, Port Madison Home. After seven years he announced last Friday that he will be closing the doors to his downtown Winslow store.
Esther’s Fabrics store is like a family heirloom, say, an antique quilt, that just keeps being passed on to the next generation. Or as it is in Esther’s paradigm, changing ownership from one employee to another during the 51 years the Winslow Way institution has been in business.
Dave Manning and Julie Meyers are the new co-owners of the local Prudential Real Estate office.
Sarah Wen left her traditional brick-and-mortar job to turn junk into treasures. Her new venture takes her to flea markets, estate sales and garages where… Continue reading
Considering the infancy of the technology and its need for less-traveled roads, combined with the island’s slower pace, Bainbridge appears to be an ideal location for a little trial and error.
Dana's Showhouse won the September award for the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association best downtown window display. This month Dana's windows feature dancing skeletons, monster toes… Continue reading
At age 18, Icelander Gudbjorg Kristin Ingvarsdottir arrived on Bainbridge as an exchange student, seeking an opportunity to see the world. Little did she know she would find her life’s work.