October is meant for finding just the right pumpkin, trying your hand at a corn maze and taking part in a variety of other fun-on-the-farm activities.
Best-selling fantasy author Garth Nix visits Kitsap on Oct. 21.
A floor creaks in an empty Port Gamble room. Voices of ancient fisherman whisper in the fog over Liberty Bay. Terrors haunt Bainbridge Island where an old woman tries to sell non-organic, non-local, GMO food — in a plastic bag! But the frights at Kitsap's fairgrounds are far worse.
A primer on lunar eclipses and what it means in astrology, with Kitsap Week's astrologer Suzanne O'Clair.
Audubon scientists conclude that global warming is the number one threat to our birds.
Great Northwest Wine: What once was a World War II military training base in the Yakima Valley has evolved into a great vineyard site and provides grapes for one of the region’s best wineries.
The top 10 best-selling books in September at Liberty Bay Books, an independent store in Poulsbo.
The third annual Walk In Her Shoes event will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in downtown Bremerton. Sponsored by the YWCA, the walk is a way of bringing awareness to domestic violence.
Lemolo to play Oct. 17 show on Bainbridge Island with new drummer, shortly after completing a European tour, and with a new album in the works.
Where We Live: Castle in Poulsbo overlooks Liberty Bay.
Great Northwest Wine: Idaho has long been considered an agricultural haven, known for growing crops such as onions, corn, apples, cherries, peaches and, yes, potatoes. Now, the Gem State is gaining a reputation as a burgeoning wine region.
Eclipse season arrives with a total eclipse of the Aries full moon on Oct. 8. The eclipsed full moon’s sole purpose is to focus us on “radical authenticity” while connecting with our proper partners and pals to bring benevolence to all.
The Kathleen Sutton Fund auction is Oct. 4 in Port Gamble. The auction raises money to support women facing cancer-related costs.
Punkoustic concert comes to Bremerton's Charleston on Oct. 10.