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Dixie Armfield’s ‘Frilly Lace’ fused glass vase creation. Courtesy Photos

Winter Studio Tour on BI this weekend

The free 38th annual Winter Studio Tour on Bainbridge Island takes place Dec. 3-5. With 40 juried artists, the event offers quality, hand-crafted art where… Continue reading

  • Dec 1, 2021

 

Jared Hernandez of Seattle and Shannon Dowling of Bainbridge Island are stars in the movie. Courtesy Photo

Local holiday Rom-Com at Lynwood Theatre

A new Pacific Northwest holiday movie, “A Match Made at Christmas,” will be shown at 7 p.m. Dec. 9 at the Lynwood Theatre. Following the… Continue reading

  • Nov 26, 2021

 

The library is a favorite spot for students. Courtesy Photos

BI school wins award for learning environment design

Blakely Elementary School was honored with the Association for Learning Environments 2021 James D. MacConnell Award at the recent LearningSCAPES conference. This international awards program… Continue reading

  • Nov 25, 2021
The library is a favorite spot for students. Courtesy Photos
Ted Hoppin

Artists’ creativity pours out at BI winery

The Bainbridge Island Wednesday Watercolor group has created a unique art exhibit of and at the Rolling Bay Winery. It can be viewed during winery… Continue reading

  • Nov 25, 2021
Ted Hoppin
Island School second-graders listen to teacher Ursula Pontieri as she guides them through the steps of writing a card that were included in the Community Thanksgiving Meal deliveries.
Island School second-graders listen to teacher Ursula Pontieri as she guides them through the steps of writing a card that were included in the Community Thanksgiving Meal deliveries.
Denise Stoughton

FURniture, FURnishings and ReFURbishing

Designing for our canine, feline companions

  • Nov 22, 2021
Denise Stoughton
Denise Stoughton has found treasures dumpster diving. Denise Stoughton and Sarah D. King Courtesy Photos

BI online sites remind me of dumpster-diving days

No one is above dumpster diving. I recall an elegant upper east side socialite rummaging unapologetically through her neighbor’s trash. A single well-manicured hand dove… Continue reading

  • Oct 29, 2021
Denise Stoughton has found treasures dumpster diving. Denise Stoughton and Sarah D. King Courtesy Photos
Manor House is the site of the upcoming concert series. Courtesy Photos

Concert series coming to Manor House

Pleasant Beach Village will present the first in a series of concerts in the historic Manor House, featuring a slate of artists ranging from local… Continue reading

  • Oct 25, 2021
Manor House is the site of the upcoming concert series. Courtesy Photos
As always, Homecoming at Bainbridge High School was filled with its normal pomp and circumstance. At left, a large student section turned out for the game against Bremerton. At right, cheerleaders wave their pompoms and BHS Spartan gridders take the field. While the start of the game was filled with positive emotions, it wasn’t that way at the end of the contest as the home team was blanked by visiting Bremerton. Nancy Treder Courtesy Photos

Homecoming a downer

As always, Homecoming at Bainbridge High School was filled with its normal pomp and circumstance. At left, cheerleaders wave their pompoms and BHS Spartan gridders… Continue reading

  • Oct 17, 2021
As always, Homecoming at Bainbridge High School was filled with its normal pomp and circumstance. At left, a large student section turned out for the game against Bremerton. At right, cheerleaders wave their pompoms and BHS Spartan gridders take the field. While the start of the game was filled with positive emotions, it wasn’t that way at the end of the contest as the home team was blanked by visiting Bremerton. Nancy Treder Courtesy Photos
Pumpkins on display at Safeway. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review photos

Search for the Great Pumpkin

Lots of great pumpkins can be found at grocery stores on Bainbridge Island now that fall and October are here and Halloween is not far… Continue reading

  • Oct 17, 2021
Pumpkins on display at Safeway. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review photos
To celebrate Indigenous People’s Day Oct. 11, Celeste Loneia, a Suquamish artist and master weaver, teaches students at Island School about the uses of cedar and the role people play in protecting natural resources. She also made fry bread. First-graders read a story about salmon and other students shared information they learned about things like snowshoes and also played music by Suquamish artist Calina Lawrence. Courtesy Photo

Indigenous People’s Day

To celebrate Indigenous People’s Day Oct. 11, Celeste Loneia, a Suquamish artist and master weaver, teaches students at Island School about the uses of cedar… Continue reading

  • Oct 17, 2021
To celebrate Indigenous People’s Day Oct. 11, Celeste Loneia, a Suquamish artist and master weaver, teaches students at Island School about the uses of cedar and the role people play in protecting natural resources. She also made fry bread. First-graders read a story about salmon and other students shared information they learned about things like snowshoes and also played music by Suquamish artist Calina Lawrence. Courtesy Photo
Zach Ingrasci

Ex-BHS student directs immigration film

Film director Zach Ingrasci got his start helping the world while attending Bainbridge High School. That’s when he worked on the Netza Project that provided… Continue reading

  • Oct 3, 2021
Zach Ingrasci
Denise Stoughton

Should I stay or should I go?

BI now like NYC in the ’90s with high prices

  • Sep 23, 2021
Denise Stoughton
The new Kids Up! playground at Battle Point Park. Courtesy Photo

Landlubbers can take a ferry adventure

You can now catch a ferry at another part of Bainbridge Island. It won’t take you anywhere, unless you use your imagination. The giant ferry… Continue reading

  • Sep 2, 2021
The new Kids Up! playground at Battle Point Park. Courtesy Photo
Steve Powell | Bainbridge Island Review
Above: Cheerleaders just start learning their routine for the halftime show. Right: Early on all of the campers got this part of the routine down.

Camp gives them something to cheer about

When you want to learn how to do something, it’s best to learn from the experts. Well, that’s what’s taken place this week at the… Continue reading

  • Sep 2, 2021
Steve Powell | Bainbridge Island Review
Above: Cheerleaders just start learning their routine for the halftime show. Right: Early on all of the campers got this part of the routine down.
Baeven Hoit won the Most Creative Use of Materials award for her garment "Something About Fish."

Artists show off unique garments at BI Trashion Show

The fifth Bainbridge Island Trashion Show took place July 25 at the Hilltop location in the Grand Forest with over 150 ticket holders attending. Thirteen… Continue reading

Baeven Hoit won the Most Creative Use of Materials award for her garment "Something About Fish."
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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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Officers ride the Marine 8 around the waters. Courtesy Photos

Officer patrols shores around BI

Jon Bingham started sailing when he was 7 years old, and started teaching sailing for the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District when he… Continue reading

  • Aug 2, 2021
Officers ride the Marine 8 around the waters. Courtesy Photos