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Collective Visions premiers 2008-2009 Concerts in the
What do dedicated dance instructors – those who nurture young ones’ talent from the time of their initial, sweet-slippered foray into first position – do outside class?
As large-scale projects go, the construction of the new Island Church facility clipped along at an impressive pace, on budget and on schedule.
Veteran auction coordinators understand a couple of fudamental truths about how to stage a successful (read: lucrative) event.
Joker’s Peace gets lost on the Gig Harbor Open Studio Tour.
Bainbridge Dance Center puts its instructors on stage for its annual fall faculty showcase, Sept. 13-14 at BPA.
Houghton-Mifflin author/illustrator Brian Lies brings his book “Bats at
Kingston-based USA Today tech writer/author Byron Acohido and fellow reporter Jon Swartz document rising tide of cyber crime.
When Mary Woodward initially conceived a written portrait of Bainbridge Island during the World War II years, she had reams of personal accounts at her disposal and a clear goal: to make history come alive.
Sally Santana, religious leader and local writer, recently sent out a plea to as many of us Master Gardeners as she could reach. She knew that our local food bank cupboards are often bare. We were asked to spread the word to all local gardeners and community groups to grow fresh produce to donate to Kitsap’s food banks and soup kitchens.
OPG manager shows his musical side with CD compilation.
Chiropractor and acupuncture therapist Matthew Lyon came from working on the stars in Los Angeles to a fledgling practice the Pacific Northwest, seeking the respite of the mountains and woods.
Some adults want to be reminded of the good times. Others just want to solidify the relief felt when they survived high school. Either way, a documentary headed to Port Orchard’s independent theater, The Orchard, is taking us back to the time when awkwardness ruled, there was homework to be avoided and our social status was the most important thing on Earth.
In her latest novel, Susan Wiggs takes on a new demographic: the twenty-something.
Blackberry lovers will flock to Bremerton’s boardwalk next weekend to celebrate the berry and its many uses. For the 19th consecutive year, the blackberry will reign supreme during Bremerton’s Blackberry Festival Aug. 30, 31 and Sept. 1.
A look back at a
When you’re deciding between paying for groceries and getting your child a new backpack, what’s going to win out?
Brooklyn-based author Lori Bongiorno brings her practical guide to making eco-smart choices in everyday life to Bainbridge Aug. 21.
This has been the strangest gardening year that I can remember. But, at my age, there are many things I can’t remember, and many things I think are strange. Maybe we have had more unusual years than this after all. If the phone calls and visits we’ve had to the Extension Office Master Gardener Clinic are any indication though, it has absolutely been a strange gardening year.