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Silverdale merchant The RockIt Roost will host the ages 16-and-over Zombie 4 Ransom Party, from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.Bremerton punker running write-in campaign for mayor
Amidst the race between Patty Lent and Will Maupin for Bremerton mayor, another write-in campaign has surfaced.
The off-beat, aesthetically DIY campaign is gaining traction in the city’s counterculture by virtue of posters popping up in the windows of town pubs and punk rock venues.Speaking of Politics in Bremerton...
A slightly obscure Bremerton blog — the cleaverly tagged bremelog.com — has arranged an intrinsically Bremertonian, quasi-revolutionary mayoral forum.
The event unabashedly mashes up music, booze and politics on a Wednesday evening at a cocktail lounge in Charleston. A “conversation” featuring Patty Lent and Will Maupin — the primary-winning candidates to replace Cary Bozeman as Bremerton’s mayor— will be featured and administered by the bearded Bremelog.com editor (though not the actual Bremelogger himself) — West Bremerton resident, Seattle Weekly writer Chris Kornelis — Oct. 14 at the Hi Fidelity, 2711 Sixth St. in Bremerton.Elsewhere in Books | 'A Truly Biased History of the Seattle Seahawks'
"I am thrilled with the opening of the new SBCDC and grateful that the Bremer Trust has found a way to include the Early Childhood Teacher Preparation Program in the new building," said Gayle Dilling, Early Childhood faculty and coordinator. "This is an important step in the professional development training of our ECE students and I commend the college on the support around the critical early years of development and learning."
On Oct. 22, OC and the Bremer Trust, which supports OC programs and services and was formed from the estates of John and Edward Bremer, celebrated the groundbreaking of the new SBCDC outside the Bremer Student Center on the Bremerton campus.Paranormal Port Gamble piques interest of ghost hunters aplenty