Recent Podcasts

COBI Speaks: <br>The new police station and transportation projects

COBI Speaks:
The new police station and transportation projects

City Manager Morgan Smith (L) and Public Works Director Barry Loveless Join us as the City of Bainbridge and BCB kick off a regular podcast series to share information about what’s happening at City Hall. In this first episode, City Manager Morgan Smith and Public […]

BI Fire Department shares wildfire prevention tips

BI Fire Department shares wildfire prevention tips

Deputy Fire Chief/Fire Marshal Jared Moravec (L) and Fire Chief Hank Teran Due to an unusually dry March, there have already been over 50 wildfires in Western Washington; several in Kitsap County. So what can we do here on Bainbridge Island to help prevent the […]

Meet Denise Dumouchel, Executive Director of BARN

Meet Denise Dumouchel, Executive Director of BARN

In this interview Denise Dumouchel, Executive Director of BARN, shares her love of BARN, of volunteers, and of poetry with BCB host Bob Ross. Reflecting on her first year in her new role, Denise discusses her passionate commitment to the concept of volunteerism and shares […]

Mamma Mia opens May 3 at BPA

Mamma Mia opens May 3 at BPA

(Photo by Derek Villanueva) A Greek island, a mother, a daughter, a wedding, three possible dads, and the music of ABBA: Mamma Mia opens May 3 at Bainbridge Performing Arts — don’t miss the fun! In this podcast, BCB host and BPA veteran Justin Lynn […]

Raising Resilience, Alliance4Youth offer two events for youth and parents this week

Raising Resilience, Alliance4Youth offer two events for youth and parents this week

Sarah Baird (L) and Kate Pippinger of Raising Resilience and Alliance4Youth What can a neuropsychologist/stand-up comedian teach us about substance abuse prevention, and how ARE Bainbridge Island teens dealing with stress? Learn more Thursday evening, 7pm at the BHS Commons, and Saturday from 1-3:30 at […]

BIHM offers Digitization Days May 18,19

BIHM offers Digitization Days May 18,19

If you have historical documents pertaining to the history of Bainbridge Island, the Bainbridge Island History Museum can digitize them for you. Come to Digitization Days, May 18 and 19 at the Bainbridge Island Library. In this podcast BIHM Executive Director Brianna Kosowitz shares with […]

Meet Russell Lawson of Patchwork Gardens

Meet Russell Lawson of Patchwork Gardens

Russell Lawson of Patchwork Gardens If you’re a big fan of mushrooms, you need to visit the new Patchwork Gardens booth at the Bainbridge Farmers Market.  Listen here to learn more about Russell Lawson and the many varieties of mushroom he sells at the market. […]

Artist Joan Clark opens May 3 at the Bainbridge Library

Artist Joan Clark opens May 3 at the Bainbridge Library

First presented with oil, brushes and canvas at the age of 10, artist Joan Clark has returned to painting after a long hiatus with charming results. Her paintings of people and animals open at the library on Friday, May 3. Mainly self-taught, Joan’s influenced by […]

Will Bainbridge have Clean Energy by 2040? Climate Forum details progress April 20

Will Bainbridge have Clean Energy by 2040? Climate Forum details progress April 20

Randal Samstag, Jason Wilkinson, Jo Jenkins and Joe Deets What does it mean for Bainbridge Island to reach 100% clean energy by 2040? What work is being performed in practice and in policy to help us reach this lofty goal? Find out April 20! In […]

InD Theatre offers Lee Blessing’s A Walk in the Woods at BIMA April 18-28

InD Theatre offers Lee Blessing’s A Walk in the Woods at BIMA April 18-28

Can a political divide be crossed? John Ellis and Joel Underwood will play two arms negotiators in inD Theatre’s production of Lee Blessing’s A Walk in the Woods. 7 pm at BIMA on Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays, April 18 – 28. Set during the Cold […]