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Think yours is bad? Review culture writer picks five flicks to make your family seem stellar

There’s just no way around it: You’re going to have to see them. Yes, like carols to the radio, peppermint to your Frappuccino, and Ryan… Continue reading

Briar and Joe Seamons live at the Treehouse

The musical duo of Briar and Joe Seamons will perform at the Treehouse Café at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6. Admission is free, with donations… Continue reading

Men’s Compline Choir sings the Office of Compline

The Men’s Compline Choir of Bainbridge Island will sing the Office of Compline at 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1 at Saint Cecilia Parish. Compline, also… Continue reading

  • Nov 26, 2019

Island Theatre to present ‘The Realistic Joneses’

“Plays as funny and moving, as wonderful and weird as ‘The Realistic Joneses’ by Will Eno do not appear often on Broadway. “Or ever, really.”… Continue reading

‘Matilda’ musical comes to BPA stage

Bainbridge Performing Arts will present Roald Dahl’s “Matilda: The Musical” from Friday, Dec. 6 to Sunday, Dec. 22. This magical story of an extraordinary girl… Continue reading

Waterfront Readers return to senior center stage

Waterfront Readers Theatre will present two performances of “The Chalk Garden” at the Bainbridge Island Senior/Community Center. Director Elinor Weinel said of the story, “This… Continue reading

A drippy dash: St. Cecilia jog-a-thon returns to Bainbridge High School track | Photo gallery

Rain, rain … eh, come or go. It really doesn’t matter. Regardless of the cold, wet weather, Saint Cecilia Catholic School students, parent volunteers, teaches… Continue reading

Out of Order right at home at the Treehouse

Bainbridge-based rhythm-and-blues band Out of Order will return to the Treehouse Café to play at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov 23. Admission to this 21-and-older-only show… Continue reading

Best Bets for Nov. 22-24 | The Bainbridge Blab

For the final weekend before the earnest start of the true holiday season, there are several choices for those seeking a good time on Bainbridge.… Continue reading

Saxophonist Roxy Coss to perform at BIMA

Called “one of the most unique and innovative saxophonists on the scene,” and winner of a 2016 American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Herb… Continue reading

BPA Theatre School now enrolling winter classes

The Bainbridge Performing Arts Theatre School is now registering for an array of winter classes for pupils of all ages. Students (ages 4 to 7)… Continue reading

Aberdeen ‘Scumbag Country’ frontman comes to the Treehouse

Leroy Virgil, founder and frontman of cult country band Hellbound Glory, will perform a special free concert at the Treehouse Café in Lynwood from 8… Continue reading

BARN Bazaar to feature hundreds of handmade items by local artisans

The third time, it turns out, is even more charming than you’d think. The annual Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network Bazaar is set to return, once… Continue reading

Guided journal author to visit Winslow shop

Anne Phyfe Palmer will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17 to discuss her guided keepsake journal, “This Life of Mine.”… Continue reading

Best Bets for Nov. 15-17 | The Bainbridge Blab

There is much to do round the rock this weekend, so let’s just jump straight to our Best Bets … The second annual Frank Buxton… Continue reading

Island artist awarded Wyoming fellowship

Kristin Tollefson, artist and education director at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, has been awarded a fellowship by the Jentel Artist Residency Program. Jentel… Continue reading

BPA hosts Seattle comedy competition semi-finals

Ten great comics from around the country vie for fame and fortune in the 40th Annual Seattle International Comedy Competition, and Bainbridge Performing Arts will… Continue reading

Talk is cheap: BIMA returns second silent film fest to Frank Buxton Auditorium

Of course, the term silent film is something of a misnomer. “From the very beginning there was always music being played as a background, but… Continue reading

Bainbridge Working Studios holds winter tour

Bainbridge Working Studios will again host its annual winter tour event at four different artist locations from from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec.… Continue reading

Stolen signs, poor parking, deception and intrigue: Fact-based Bainbridge-set noir on stage in Theatre School’s Fall Play Fest

Somebody is stealing the signs. No, that’s not a true crime headline ripped from the pages of the Review, and nor is it the latest… Continue reading