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The fourth annual Bainbridge Island Healthy Living Expo is on tomorrow, with a broad-reaching emphasis on prevention, well-being and a “healthy” dose of fun.The event,… Continue reading
Dick Whitson was sitting in the cockpit of his sailboat in Eagle Harbor one day in 1984 when a light in his head suddenly turned… Continue reading
One pair does sculpture. The other does jewels. Light, metal, glass – each brings a different element to the table. “We’re the four seasons,” Dave Myers said. The Indianola sculptor and metalsmith is one of four area artists comprising Madrone Lane’s newest addition. Myers and Kelly Asadorian are Myorian Studio; Laurie Rosenberg and Sara Baetz are Ginger Jewelry.
When Birgul Solak became a U.S. citizen in August, she and her husband, Adem, celebrated by proudly hanging a handmade rug of the Star-Spangled Banner in front of their business on Winslow Way.
The Best Western Bainbridge Island Suites has been named Best of the Best in Customer Care at Best Western International's annual North American Convention held recently in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The economy has a funny effect on people. It’s something of a strangle hold.
For parents with young children, Peacock Playtime provides a unique daytime service found nowhere else on the island.
Tim Lowell, an art and science teacher on the island, has opened a Mosaic Art Bar at the Pavilion.
It seemed like a dream opportunity for the local hair salon and spa, Studio M. An Italian supermodel named Joanna Opoka needed four massages a week through November. She would be staying across the street at the Eagle Harbor Inn and Studio M was in perfect proximity to suit her needs. Acquiescing to the request, the studio soon received $4,000 in U.S. Postal Service money orders to pay for the massages. The checks looked legitimate, they were even shipped by DHL, but soon “Mirella Baroni,” the supposed liaison between Opoka and Studio M was asking the salon to wire money to Malaysia because they had overpaid for Studio M’s services.
After six years on Winslow Way, with a little white dog named Poco manning the door, Gallery Fraga has announced its closure.
The Streamliner Diner has been in a rut for most of its 28 years of existence. A tasty rut, most everyone would agree, especially the many longtime regulars of the Winslow Way institution.
The typical workaday world is noisy. Julie Rosenblatt’s is not.
Molnaire new VIC manager
Steve and Kerry Sutorius have created a retail niche store – somewhat similar to REI only much smaller – that has proven successful in downtown Port Townsend during the last few years.
Great Catch Management has moved to Madison Avenue near Doc’s Marina Grill and Bainbridge Thai. The company, owned by Bainbridge businessman John Eisenhauer, is involved with corporate and leisure travel, green technology, Web development, facilities management and commercial development.