Kevin Dwyer

Pickleball in National Limelight; Founders Tourney on Tap (correction)

Pickleball Founders Tournament Paddle*August 5, 2022 – Editors Note: this article was corrected to remove an editing error in paragraph two (reference to Terry and Marty Smith)

Pickleball is becoming ubiquitous. The game that had its humble beginnings on our little rock back …

Bainbridge’s Oatmeal Club is the Home of Stimulating Conversation, ‘Intellectual’ Presentations, and before Zoom – Real Oatmeal

If you like breakfast and conversation, Bainbridge Island’s Oatmeal Club might be just what the doctor ordered.

Comprised primarily of retirement-aged men (although you don’t have to be retired to join), the club has been around in one form or …

Bainbridge Receives Tree City USA Designation for 17th Consecutive Year!

Written by Kevin Dwyer

We know the island has an incredible array of beautiful deciduous trees, and now, for the 17th year running, Bainbridge has been recognized as a Tree City USA through a program administered by the Arbor Day

Ho, Ho, Ho, There’s Still Plenty of Time to Gather Your Own Tree For the Holiday Season!

For a variety of reasons, this is one of our favorite times of the year, what with holiday cheer, gatherings with friends and family, bright lights ablaze to contrast with the short days and darkness, and perhaps best of all, …

PSE’s So Called ‘Missing Link’ Transmission Line Project May Soon Be in the Offing

Even if you’ve only had just a rudimentary taste of anthropology, you probably have heard the phrase, “the missing link”.

During the height Charles Darwin’s popularity and his then controversial take on evolution, this non-scientific term arose in discussions about …

The Long and Winding Road that Turned the Island into a City 30 Years Ago

It’s hard to believe – looking back now – that the City of Bainbridge Island, as an incorporated entity,  has been around for three decades.

If you’re a long-time islander like me, or a newbie fresh off the boat, …

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