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<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Spellbinding presentation on owls by naturalist photographer Paul Bannick

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Spellbinding presentation on owls by naturalist photographer Paul Bannick

[This article is an October 30th update of BCB’s prior podcast note, in light of the author’s talk and dazzling photo show on this date.] Eagle Harbor Book Company brought award-winning wildlife photographer Paul Bannick back to our island on Sunday October 30th. He talked and showed […]

<i>Podcast: Community Cafe Bainbridge:</i> <br>Meet our new public schools Superintendent Peter Bang-Knudsen

Podcast: Community Cafe Bainbridge:
Meet our new public schools Superintendent Peter Bang-Knudsen

In this 23-minute podcast, our new Superintendent of the Bainbridge Island School District, Peter Bang-Knudsen, responds to questions about his personal background — such as his discovery of his commitment to teaching, coaching and helping kids — and his forward-looking goals and vision for our public […]

<i>Podcast: Tastes of Bainbridge:</i> <br>Uniquely Bainbridge: Founders are also hands-on innovators at Heyday Farm

Podcast: Tastes of Bainbridge:
Uniquely Bainbridge: Founders are also hands-on innovators at Heyday Farm

In this 30-minute podcast conversation with Steve Romein and Ty Cramer — BCB’s 400th podcast — we meet the husband and wife who are the founders and innovators at a uniquely Bainbridge Island farm, store and destination for lodging and farm-kitchen meals, Heyday Farm. This […]

<i>Podcast: Community Cafe Bainbridge:</i> <br>What we on Bainbridge can do for refugees

Podcast: Community Cafe Bainbridge:
What we on Bainbridge can do for refugees

In this 28-minute conversation, Bainbridge residents Ellin Spenser, Alice Mendoza and Andre Kamber describe their personal experiences traveling overseas recently to care for refugee families arriving from war-torn Syria. What can the rest of us do to help? This Saturday, as Ellin and Alice explain, we […]

<i>Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge: </i><br>Trish King, Head of the Island School

Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:
Trish King, Head of the Island School

Meet Trish King, Head of School at The Island School. In this podcast, Trish King talks with BCB host Anna McClain about the importance of teaching empathy and other social emotional skills to young children, the price tag of standardized testing, and what it means […]

<i>Podcast: Community Cafe Bainbridge: <br>Series on Going Greener:</i> <br>Jason McLennan designs living buildings

Podcast: Community Cafe Bainbridge:
Series on Going Greener:

Jason McLennan designs living buildings

In this 25-minute podcast conversation, we meet Jason McLennan, who moved to Bainbridge in 2006 and is an internationally celebrated green architect who pioneered the concept of the “living building challenge”. As Jason explains, a “living building” is one that is not only trying to do less harm to […]

<i>Podcast: Community Cafe:</i> <br>Island Power group offers green and reliable public power for Bainbridge

Podcast: Community Cafe:
Island Power group offers green and reliable public power for Bainbridge

Long-time local residents Steve Johnson and Jane Lindley explain in this 28-minute podcast what their nonprofit “Island Power” considers to be four key advantages of replacing PSE with a local public electric utility for Bainbridge: cleaner power; community economic benefit; local control over decisions and rates; […]

<i>Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:</i> <br>Glass sculptor Steve Maslach talks with Art Museum curator Greg Robinson

Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:
Glass sculptor Steve Maslach talks with Art Museum curator Greg Robinson

In this Art Museum Encounter podcast, award winning glass sculptor Steve Maslach engages in a fascinating and insightful conversation with Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Curator and Executive Director Greg Robinson. From this conversation, we learn about Steve’s artistic progression from an award-winning blown glass […]

<i>Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:<br>Series on Going Greener:</i> <br>Meet local sustainable design architect Matthew Coates

Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:
Series on Going Greener:

Meet local sustainable design architect Matthew Coates

In this 25-minute podcast interview, we meet Matthew Coates, the local architect who designed the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, and hear about the passion he developed from his early childhood for the environment and green building. Before “sustainable” was a buzzword; before anyone had thought of […]

<i>Podcast: Community Cafe Bainbridge:</i> <br>Stories of first 10 years of all-island City in the 1990s

Podcast: Community Cafe Bainbridge:
Stories of first 10 years of all-island City in the 1990s

In this 42-minute conversation about the birth of the home-rule Bainbridge Island city in the 1990s, we hear stories from former officials from the old days. You’ll hear: Andy Maron of the 1988-91 Home Rule Committee and the ensuing 1991-99 City Council; former council member […]