Recent Podcasts

Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical opens December 6

Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical opens December 6

Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, the Tony Award-winning Matilda The Musical opens December 6 at BPA. It’s an inspiring story of a girl who dreams of a better life; a captivating masterpiece that revels in the anarchy of childhood and the power […]

Transgender Day of Remembrance at BIMA Nov. 23

Transgender Day of Remembrance at BIMA Nov. 23

This year’s Transgender Day of Remembrance, hosted by Bainbridge Pride and Kitsap Pride Network, is about honoring the lives of transgender people lost this past year due to anti-transgender violence. The event will feature a discussion on transgender issues and politics with Marsha Botzer and […]

BARN Bazaar

BARN Bazaar

 BARN membership coordinator Carla Mackey joins Bainbridge Community Café host Bob Ross to discuss the upcoming BARN Bazaar scheduled for Saturday, November 23rd from 10:00 am -3:00 pm.  This event is the best ever with over 50 artisans bringing their crafts, arts and creations to […]

Holiday Meats and Produce

Holiday Meats and Produce

Joe Pulicicchio and Michael Fodness Two directors of the Town and Country Markets leadership, Joe Pulicicchio, head of Produce and Floral and Michael Fodness, head of Meat and Seafood, join us in this episode of Tastes of Bainbridge to consider the kinds of things we […]

Second Annual Silent Film Festival at BIMA

Second Annual Silent Film Festival at BIMA

Did you know our own Frank Buxton was friends with Buster Keaton? In this podcast, John Ellis and Jesse Ziebart tell us more about Frank and Buster, the history of silent films, and how the Frank Buxton Silent Film Festival – airing November 15-17 – […]

City Hall Leaders Discuss Key Current Issues

City Hall Leaders Discuss Key Current Issues

Bainbridge Island City Hall City Manager Morgan Smith and Public Works Director Chris Wierzbicki discuss several important items currently in process with the city including the sustainable transportation plan, roundabouts on 305 and taller water tanks. Several topics are discussed in this important dialogue and […]

Movies that Matter: Artifishal at the Lynwood November 7

Movies that Matter: Artifishal at the Lynwood November 7

How do wild salmon, hatchery salmon and farmed fish interact with Orca whales and our desire to have a stable environment?  The Patagonia-sponsored documentary, Artifishal, explores these questions and more: come see it at the Lynwood theatre November 7 and meet the film’s producer, Bainbridge […]

BI Modern Quilt Guild Show

BI Modern Quilt Guild Show

Deb Wuensch, president of the Bainbridge Island Modern Quilt Guild, discusses the mission of the Guild, the current yearly challenge and the resulting stirring and informative show coming to the Bainbridge Library in November. She defines some of the modern quilting techniques and explains many […]

BSO Conductor Talks New Season

BSO Conductor Talks New Season

Mario Alejandro Torres Mario Alejandro Torres is in his second year as the Music Director and Conductor for the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra and he’s excited for the symphony’s season to begin! This season opens on Saturday, Nov 9th at 7:30 p.m. with Distant Light. What excites Mario […]

Bright Lights, Small Island

Bright Lights, Small Island

  Now that we’re into the Fall season, the light is changing and we find ourselves walking, running, cycling and driving more in the dark. How can we keep ourselves safe after dark? As part of our ongoing series with the Bainbridge Island Parks and […]