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Island author’s latest is heartfelt family saga

Island author’s latest is heartfelt family saga

Bestselling Bainbridge author Susan Wiggs’ latest novel, “The Lost and Found Bookshop” will go on sale Tuesday, July 7. In it, a young woman reeling… Continue reading

Island author’s latest is heartfelt family saga
Register now for second annual pickleball tournament

Register now for second annual pickleball tournament

Registration is ongoing for the upcoming second antnual Bainbridge Island Founders Tournament, the premier pickleball event of the year, again presented by the Bainbridge Island… Continue reading

Register now for second annual pickleball tournament
Stories for the season: Review culture writer picks five flicks to get you stoked about summer

Stories for the season: Review culture writer picks five flicks to get you stoked about summer

As vacation plans have been put on hold and getting together with friends and family just ain’t what it used to be, the start of… Continue reading

Stories for the season: Review culture writer picks five flicks to get you stoked about summer
Hattrup’s playful paintings earn grand prize in island studio tour Youth Art Award

Hattrup’s playful paintings earn grand prize in island studio tour Youth Art Award

A little levity went a long way this year. The whimsical ink-and-watercolor works of Grace Hattrup recently earned her the grand prize for this year’s… Continue reading

Hattrup’s playful paintings earn grand prize in island studio tour Youth Art Award
Bainbridge arts community finds its immunity online

Bainbridge arts community finds its immunity online

Art endures. Creative passions can’t be contained inside one’s own four walls, whatever the intentions of an “invisible enemy” among us. As the COVID-19 outbreak… Continue reading

Bainbridge arts community finds its immunity online
Splendid isolation: Review culture writer picks five stories worth staying in for

Splendid isolation: Review culture writer picks five stories worth staying in for

A wise man told me, when I was very young, “You will never have ample free time and expendable income simultaneously.” Regarding my own life,… Continue reading

  • Apr 6, 2020
Splendid isolation: Review culture writer picks five stories worth staying in for
Getting well, going home: Island poet’s debut collection explores travel, health, and language

Getting well, going home: Island poet’s debut collection explores travel, health, and language

A fter nearly three decades of considering and arranging the contents of bookshelves, John Willson can now finally file himself. The renowned Bainbridge poet, Island… Continue reading

  • Mar 30, 2020
Getting well, going home: Island poet’s debut collection explores travel, health, and language
A temporary sign announces curbside pickup at Hammy’s. (Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review)

Pleasant Beach Village announces extended curbside service

No need to come inside, thank you. Restaurants at Pleasant Beach Village have announced their decision to extend curbside pick-up and home delivery options, including… Continue reading

A temporary sign announces curbside pickup at Hammy’s. (Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review)
Bainbridge art museum to close through March 31

Bainbridge art museum to close through March 31

The Bainbridge Island Review site has lifted the paywall on this developing story to provide readers with critical information. To support vital reporting such as… Continue reading

Bainbridge art museum to close through March 31
Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network closes to help curb spread of COVID-19

Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network closes to help curb spread of COVID-19

The Bainbridge Island Review site has lifted the paywall on this developing story to provide readers with critical information. To support vital reporting such as… Continue reading

Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network closes to help curb spread of COVID-19
Best Bets for March 13-15 | The Bainbridge Blab

Best Bets for March 13-15 | The Bainbridge Blab

Wash your hands. You can’t go wrong by staying properly hydrated and rested. Consider enjoying a bit of personal space, like say 6 feet at… Continue reading

Best Bets for March 13-15 | The Bainbridge Blab
BPA cancels symphony/chorus collaboration performance in April

BPA cancels symphony/chorus collaboration performance in April

A collaborative production featuring Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra and Bainbridge Chorale slated for April has been canceled, according to a message sent by Bainbridge Performing Arts… Continue reading

BPA cancels symphony/chorus collaboration performance in April
‘King Kong’ returns to the big screen on Bainbridge

‘King Kong’ returns to the big screen on Bainbridge

The silver screen’s preeminent giant monster, “King Kong” (1933) will return for a special revival screening at Bainbridge Cinemas at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 15.… Continue reading

‘King Kong’ returns to the big screen on Bainbridge
Stargazers will learn about galaxy collisions at upcoming planetarium show

Stargazers will learn about galaxy collisions at upcoming planetarium show

What happens when galaxies collide? Has our own galaxy experienced collisions and will it in the future? Astronomer Steve Ruhl will look at what to… Continue reading

  • Mar 10, 2020
Stargazers will learn about galaxy collisions at upcoming planetarium show
Museum to host Shakespeare-themed fundraiser

Museum to host Shakespeare-themed fundraiser

The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is holding its first fundraiser of the year, Clay Jenkinson’s “Shakespeare: The Magic of the Word,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday,… Continue reading

Museum to host Shakespeare-themed fundraiser
Youth Art Award seeks submissions from high school artists

Youth Art Award seeks submissions from high school artists

Junior and senior students on Bainbridge are eligible for cash awards from the Bainbridge Island Studio Tour. Now in its seventh year, the Youth Art… Continue reading

  • Mar 7, 2020
Youth Art Award seeks submissions from high school artists
Never too late: Review culture writer picks five authors well worth rediscovering

Never too late: Review culture writer picks five authors well worth rediscovering

The recent death of Charles Portis — famously press-averse author of “True Grit,” whose sparse but distinctive fictional oeuvre earned a cultish fanbase of champions… Continue reading

Never too late: Review culture writer picks five authors well worth rediscovering
Joy Mills Band celebrate new release with BIMA show

Joy Mills Band celebrate new release with BIMA show

Luscious country/roots group the Joy Mills Band returns to the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art to perform songs from their new release “Echolocator” at 7:30… Continue reading

Joy Mills Band celebrate new release with BIMA show
First Friday: March Art Walk offerings include fiber works, paintings, sculptures

First Friday: March Art Walk offerings include fiber works, paintings, sculptures

Third time’s as charming as ever. This year’s March installment of the monthly First Friday Art Walk in downtown Winslow is set to serve up… Continue reading

First Friday: March Art Walk offerings include fiber works, paintings, sculptures
A fanciful fleet: Island artist crafts whimsical takes on classic cars

A fanciful fleet: Island artist crafts whimsical takes on classic cars

The shape is the subject, the theme is the dream. Island artist Chris Demarest’s series of stylistic models of vintage automobiles, several of which are… Continue reading

A fanciful fleet: Island artist crafts whimsical takes on classic cars