Barry Peters

<I>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</I> <br>Scott James discusses Prepared Neighborhoods at bookstore

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Scott James discusses Prepared Neighborhoods at bookstore

  During a Fall week when the City of Bainbridge Island is hosting “Three Days of Preparedness” events, Bainbridge resident and first-time author Scott James is speaking at Eagle Harbor Books about his new book: “Prepared Neighborhoods: Creating Resilience One Street at a Time“. Scott’s […]

<I>Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:</I> <br>Community benefactor and former mayor Dwight Sutton

Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:
Community benefactor and former mayor Dwight Sutton

  In this 46-minute podcast conversation, we meet Dwight Sutton, who came to Bainbridge Island in 1971 and has since served our community in uncountable ways. He shares his insights about what makes for a great community, and why community values matter. He explains what […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Virtues Project offers one-day “Pace of Grace” retreat for local women

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Virtues Project offers one-day “Pace of Grace” retreat for local women

  In this 14-minute podcast, Betsy Lydle Smith — the Bainbridge-based master facilitator for the international Virtues Project — describes an upcoming one-day retreat for up to 10 local women. The retreat is designed to restore “A Pace of Grace.” The one-day session, from 9:45 […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Bainbridge premiere of Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Sequel”

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Bainbridge premiere of Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Sequel”

  In this podcast, meet three of our local Bainbridge climate change activists who invite us to attend the Bainbridge Island premiere of the new movie by Al Gore: “An Inconvenient Sequel – Truth to Power”. The premiere is slated for Friday evening August 4th […]

<i>Podcast: Community Cafe:</i> <br>A ‘Net Neutrality’ chat with Kitsap PUD’s community broadband manager

Podcast: Community Cafe:
A ‘Net Neutrality’ chat with Kitsap PUD’s community broadband manager

  Many of us internet users and small independent web publishers believe that ‘net neutrality’ is a policy that helps to make the internet valuable as a democratic and level playing field of information for one and all. In a week when internet users across […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge: </i><br>Environmental Conference on Industrial Aquaculture at Islandwood May 21

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Environmental Conference on Industrial Aquaculture at Islandwood May 21

Listen here as Maradel Gale, Frank Stowell, and Charles Schmid describe the upcoming May 21st Bainbridge Island Environmental Conference at Islandwood, where the topic will be: “Changing the Nature of Puget Sound: A Look at the Impacts of Industrial Aquaculture.” The event runs from 12:30 […]

<i>Podcast: Community Cafe:</i> <br>Your neighborhood project can apply for City grant funding

Podcast: Community Cafe:
Your neighborhood project can apply for City grant funding

  In this quick 9-minute podcast, City Communications Manager Kellie Stickney describes the new City program that offers you an opportunity to apply for funding for a project to benefit your neighborhood. Projects as small as $100 or as large as $5,000 can qualify for […]

<i>Podcast: Community Cafe:</i> <br>City invites citizen feedback on sites for police and court building

Podcast: Community Cafe:
City invites citizen feedback on sites for police and court building

  In this 26-minute podcast, we learn the pros and cons of 6 alternative sites for the proposed new building for the City’s police department and municipal court. We meet the local Bainbridge architect chosen by the City Council to review and rate the potential […]

<i>Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:</i> <br>Mike Cox is speaking up for climate, science and the EPA

Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:
Mike Cox is speaking up for climate, science and the EPA

As reported in dozens of national and international newspapers, podcasts and internet articles, Bainbridge Island resident Michael Cox wrote a strong and forthright resignation letter [link] to the new Presidential administration upon retiring from EPA last month after 25 years of service. In commemoration of this […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge: </i><br>Good news for environmentalists: Climate strategist Rob Bernard to speak at BIMA April 13

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Good news for environmentalists: Climate strategist Rob Bernard to speak at BIMA April 13

Bainbridge resident Rob Bernard, Microsoft’s Chief Environmental Strategist, will be speaking Thursday, April 13 at 7pm at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art on the topic, “Using Information to Save the Planet: How Energy, Food, Water and Biodiversity will be Transformed with Technology.” At a time […]