Recent Podcasts

BPA brings Shakespeare’s As You Like It to Bloedel July 11-28

BPA brings Shakespeare’s As You Like It to Bloedel July 11-28

Gavin Michels, Citori Luecht, and Amanda Rae Pease (photo by Derek Villanueva) Widely considered to be one of Shakespeare’s finest comedies, As You Like It offers villainy, romance, humor, a happy ending, and the flavor of Robin Hood with romance around every tree — so appropriate for […]

BARN’s Summer Youth and Teen Programs

BARN’s Summer Youth and Teen Programs

BARN’s Jess Henderson with Jasper Now that the kids are out of school and looking for something to do, why not look to BARN? BARN is offering a fantastic line-up of 40 classes for youth and teens starting July 8th through August 23rd, ages 8 […]

Kiwanis All Comers Track Meet for ages 2-80

Kiwanis All Comers Track Meet for ages 2-80

John Jay, Elizabeth Ozimek, and Paul Benton of the Bainbridge Kiwanis Club The Kiwanis All Comers Track Meet begins again on Monday July 8th for six weeks of family racing fun. Come to the high school track, bring the kids, and enjoy the races! Kiwanis, […]

Artist Joanie Klorer at the Bainbridge Library

Artist Joanie Klorer at the Bainbridge Library

How do you capture a storm on canvas? Artist Joanie Klorer grew up in Tornado Alley, and spent her career helping others find therapeutic resolution through art. Now she’s carrying her own awareness of time, place, and storms into abstract paintings she’ll share at the […]

Parks department to launch Comprehensive Plan — and you can help!

Parks department to launch Comprehensive Plan — and you can help!

What will the future of island parks and recreation hold for you? The BI Metro Park & Recreation District is currently updating their Comprehensive Plan, which will forecast trends and identify priorities from 2020 to 2026. You can contribute your own ideas by answering their […]

Bainbridge Pride Festival: June 23 at Waterfront Park

Bainbridge Pride Festival: June 23 at Waterfront Park

On Sunday, June 23rd from 12-6 pm, Bainbridge Pride will host its annual festival at Waterfront Park.  All community members are invited to share in this free, family-friendly event, with live music, food, vendors, crafts, speakers, and more. This event is sponsored by Kitsap Pride […]

Behind the Scenes at the 2019 Rotary Auction

Behind the Scenes at the 2019 Rotary Auction

It’s that time of year again! The Rotary Auction and Rummage Sale is on July 6th from 8am to 2pm at Woodward Middle School. Listen here to learn more about what it takes to put on this incredible event. In this podcast BCB host Christina […]

Island Theatre brings Emily Dickinson to the Library

Island Theatre brings Emily Dickinson to the Library

Poetry fans will gain new insight into Emily Dickinson from the William Luce play, Belle of Amherst, being presented by Island Theatre at the Library on Saturday and Sunday June 15 and 16 at 7:30. Composed almost entirely in the poet’s own words from letters […]

Movies that Matter: Paris to Pittsburgh June 6

Movies that Matter: Paris to Pittsburgh June 6

Looking for climate action ideas you can implement right here on Bainbridge? Watch Paris to Pittsburgh and participate in a post-show idea exchange with Mayor Kol Medina and County Commissioner Charlotte Garrido: June 6, 7pm at the Bainbridge Public Library. In this podcast, BCB’s Chris Walker sits […]

City Hall speaks out on sign regulations, affordable housing, and more

City Hall speaks out on sign regulations, affordable housing, and more

BCB host Christina Hulet with Morgan Smith and Aaron Pool What progress is being made on the new sign regulations? What actions are being taken in response to the Affordable Housing Task Force report? These are just two of the topics considered in this month’s […]