Christina Hulet

Climate & Energy Forum shares latest climate change data

Climate & Energy Forum shares latest climate change data

Climate change experts Lara Hansen and Michael Cox How do we make sense of the recent climate change news? And what can we do? On Saturday, January 26 at 10am at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church, the Climate & Energy Forum will host a discussion about […]

Citizens Police Academy in February

Citizens Police Academy in February

Carla Sias, Loren Bast, Anne Blair, and Kaylie Chinn Curious about how our police department works? Participate in the Bainbridge Island Police Department (BIPD) Citizens’ Academy, beginning this February. This free 12-week program lets you meet police officers and see their work first-hand; listen here […]

Martin Luther King Celebration at BIMA January 20

Martin Luther King Celebration at BIMA January 20

Music, poetry, artwork, tasty treats, children’s activities and more abound at the 1st Annual Martin Luther King Celebration coming up this coming Sunday, January 20, at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art from 4-8 pm. In celebration of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, […]

<b>City seeks members for Race Equity Task Force</b>

City seeks members for Race Equity Task Force

Sal DeRosalia, Karen Vargas, Erin Phillips and Matt Tirman What is it like for people of color to live on Bainbridge? What is race equity? And, how do we create a community where all feel a sense of belonging and inclusion? The Bainbridge City Council […]

<b>December Climate and Energy Events</b>

December Climate and Energy Events

On Wed., Dec. 5 at 7pm at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church, the Climate & Energy Forum will host a discussion about the role of faith communities in addressing climate change. And on Thursday, December 6th at 7pm at the Library, watch Wasted, a movie about […]

<b>Islandwood addresses equity and racial issues</b>

Islandwood addresses equity and racial issues

Many of us know IslandWood for its beautiful 250-acre campus and environmental learning programs for children and adults alike. What you may not know is that this local nonprofit is also trying to address structural racism and embed equity in its operations. In this podcast, […]

<b>Movies That Matter: Free series starts November 1</b>

Movies That Matter: Free series starts November 1

Former EPA advisor Michael Cox Movies That Matter is a new free monthly film series, featuring thought-provoking movies on a variety of environmental topics. The first one will air Thursday, November 1; 7pm at the Lynwood Theater. In this podcast, BCB host Christina Hulet sits […]

<b>Climate&Energy Forum tackles 1631, mobility levy</b>

Climate&Energy Forum tackles 1631, mobility levy

This month’s Climate & Energy Forum will address two climate-related issues on our November ballot: State Initiative 1631 and the island’s proposed SAFE Mobility Levy.  Come listen in from 10-11:30 am, October 20 at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church. State Initiative 1631 proposes the enactment of […]

<b>SAFE Mobility Levy: Debating the Pros and Cons</b>

SAFE Mobility Levy: Debating the Pros and Cons

(L to R) Doug Rauh, Mark Epstein, and Herb Hethcote Wondering how to vote on our upcoming SAFE Mobility levy? Listen here as Herb Hethcote and Doug Rauh, who helped draft the pro and con statements for our voters pamphlet, share their thoughts with COBI’s […]

<b>Ronald Slye presents his book on Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Sept. 27 at Eagle Harbor Books</b>

Ronald Slye presents his book on Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Sept. 27 at Eagle Harbor Books

TJRC commissioner Ronald Slye (R) and TJRC vice-chair Tecla Namachanja (Photo from Daily Nation) Meet Ronald Slye, a Seattle U law professor who will be describing his experiences as one of three international commissioners for the Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission on Thursday, September […]