<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge: </i><br>What’s Up for Wee Ones on Bainbridge

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
What’s Up for Wee Ones on Bainbridge

Looking for something to entertain your wee ones? From birth through high school, children on Bainbridge Island are presented with an unusually wide variety of fun programs and activities. Learn more about some of those exciting possibilities as Susie Burdick, Executive Director of Kidimu, Liam 

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Local author Tessa Arlen describes her new Edwardian murder mystery

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Local author Tessa Arlen describes her new Edwardian murder mystery

“A Death By Any Other Name“, Tessa Arlen’s eagerly awaited third mystery, is set in the mansions of Edwardian England at a time of upheaval and social change. The book will be released on March 14th, when Tessa will greet her fans for a book 

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Director and lead actors describe BPA’s “August: Osage County”; opening 3/17

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Director and lead actors describe BPA’s “August: Osage County”; opening 3/17

In this 16-minute podcast, Director Kate Carruthers and leading actors Barbara Deering and Ann Wilkinson Ellis talk about this darkly funny drama about an American family with all its strengths and weaknesses, and all its humanity. “August: Osage County” opens March 17th at Bainbridge Performing 

<i>Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:</i> <br>Go behind the scenes with BPA’s community theater directors

Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:
Go behind the scenes with BPA’s community theater directors

In this 25-minute podcast, four top leaders of the board and staff of¬†Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA) tell us about how all the pieces, planning, volunteer collaboration, funding and direction fit together for a main stage production. And they share some of the surprising ins and 

<i>Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:</i> <br>Kate Carruthers is honored as a 2017 Island Treasure

Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:
Kate Carruthers is honored as a 2017 Island Treasure

Listen in on Kate Carruthers’ fascinating conversation with BCB host Channie Peters. You’ll hear about Kate’s love for theatre, which has been a strong thread throughout her life, even during her very successful career as an attorney and Bainbridge Island’s municipal judge. Theatre has been 

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>BCB is offering public classes in podcasting and video making

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
BCB is offering public classes in podcasting and video making

BCB has just joined the family of artisan craft and “maker” studios known as Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network (BARN). So, in this 10-minute podcast, Barry and Channie Peters describe the new set of 2017 introductory classes, starting this month, at BARN’s new Media Arts and 

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge: </i><br>Birds and Bees at BAC February 14

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Birds and Bees at BAC February 14

Listen in for a good giggle as IslandWood naturalist Christina Doherty tells BCB’s Channie Peters and BAC’s Georgia Browne all about the Birds and the Bees in this amusing podcast. What’s Love Got to Do With It? Here’s the scoop: Bainbridge Arts and Crafts is 

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Eagle Harbor Books hosts environmentalist author on Sunday January 22nd

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Eagle Harbor Books hosts environmentalist author on Sunday January 22nd

In this 12-minute podcast, Adrienne Ross Scanlan talks with BCB host Channie Peters about her personal story of discovering “that home isn’t simply where you live but where you create belonging, by repairing the nature that is close to our lives.” Her new book is: 

<i>Podcast: Arts and Artists: </i><br>Art Museum Encounters: Wood Sculptor Alan Newberg exhibits at Museum of Art

Podcast: Arts and Artists:
Art Museum Encounters: Wood Sculptor Alan Newberg exhibits at Museum of Art

In this Art Museum Encounter podcast, award winning wood sculptor Alan Newberg engages in a fascinating and insightful conversation with Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Chief Curator Greg Robinson. Listen here as Alan describes the process wherein he creates the large wood sculptures currently on 

<i>Podcast: Arts and Artists: <br>Community Artists Series:</i> <br>Public art returns to Bainbridge with “Tribute Baskets” at the Waypoint

Podcast: Arts and Artists:
Community Artists Series:

Public art returns to Bainbridge with “Tribute Baskets” at the Waypoint

In this Arts and Artists podcast, you can listen to a lively conversation with sculptor Christine Clark who created the beautiful metal Tribute Baskets at Waypoint. She’s joined by Bill Baran-Mickle of the Public Arts Committee, and by Bruce Weiland who coordinated the community effort