Recent Podcasts

Behind the Scenes at the 2019 Rotary Auction

Behind the Scenes at the 2019 Rotary Auction

It’s that time of year again! The Rotary Auction and Rummage Sale is on July 6th from 8am to 2pm at Woodward Middle School. Listen here to learn more about what it takes to put on this incredible event. In this podcast BCB host Christina […]

Island Theatre brings Emily Dickinson to the Library

Island Theatre brings Emily Dickinson to the Library

Poetry fans will gain new insight into Emily Dickinson from the William Luce play, Belle of Amherst, being presented by Island Theatre at the Library on Saturday and Sunday June 15 and 16 at 7:30. Composed almost entirely in the poet’s own words from letters […]

Movies that Matter: Paris to Pittsburgh June 6

Movies that Matter: Paris to Pittsburgh June 6

Looking for climate action ideas you can implement right here on Bainbridge? Watch Paris to Pittsburgh and participate in a post-show idea exchange with Mayor Kol Medina and County Commissioner Charlotte Garrido: June 6, 7pm at the Bainbridge Public Library. In this podcast, BCB’s Chris Walker sits […]

City Hall speaks out on sign regulations, affordable housing, and more

City Hall speaks out on sign regulations, affordable housing, and more

BCB host Christina Hulet with Morgan Smith and Aaron Pool What progress is being made on the new sign regulations? What actions are being taken in response to the Affordable Housing Task Force report? These are just two of the topics considered in this month’s […]

KiDiMu and Helpline offer community service projects for kids

KiDiMu and Helpline offer community service projects for kids

Looking for community service opportunities for your family and kids? KiDiMu and Helpline House are sponsoring a joint food bank volunteer activity called KiDiMu in the Community: Helping at Helpline House, June 8 from 10:30 – 2. In this podcast, BCB host Christina Hulet sits […]

How can dying and death be made easier and more understandable?

How can dying and death be made easier and more understandable?

Elizabeth Coplan and Carolyn Goad Come watch the documentary film “End Game” May 29 at BIMA and stay for a discussion with local support providers. Ignoring death doesn’t make it not happen, so why not learn what kind of options you and your love ones […]

Climate & Energy Forum introduces Our Children’s Trust June 1

Climate & Energy Forum introduces Our Children’s Trust June 1

In an attempt to curb climate change, increasing numbers of young people are being helped by Our Children’s Trust to sue the federal and some state governments, asserting that government’s failure to take action has violated their constitutional right to life, liberty and property. Learn […]

Artist Gigi Godfrey at the Library this June

Artist Gigi Godfrey at the Library this June

Gigi Godfrey “Mischief & Craft” is the title of Gigi Godfrey’s art show opening Friday, June 7th in the Bainbridge Island Library. The title comes from a chapter in the book Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness by Peter Godfrey-Smith (no […]

BI Historical Museum to feature the island’s teen music scene

BI Historical Museum to feature the island’s teen music scene

Did you know Seattle Grunge Rock Bands had their roots on Bainbridge Island? Learn more about the BI teen music scene at the Historical Museum’s Fearless Music exhibit, opening May 27th! Fearless Music, an upcoming exhibit at the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum (BIHM), celebrates the […]

A Cultural Celebration of our Community May 23

A Cultural Celebration of our Community May 23

Joyce Nishimura, Karen Vargas, Katy Curtis and Chasity Malatesta Experience music, performances, exhibits, food and the joy of community at this year’s “Culture Celebration: What’s Your Story?” event on Thursday, May 23rd at Woodward Middle School from 5-8pm. In celebration of the many diverse cultures […]