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Seattle author Brenda Peterson's latest treads religious middle ground (humorously)
Feb 16 2010, 1:59 PM
Religion – that never-ending pursuit of the purpose of the universe – has sparked countless wars and debates. It has turned father against son, country against country. Now, in the middle of that fray, is a peace offering; a middle ground between extremes.
Guy Sidora—Bainbridge Island's 'pied piper'—connects with kids through movement and art
Feb 17 2010, 9:31 AM
Give a kid a whistle, and you might never again have a moment’s peace. Give a kid a whistle in one of Guy Sidora’s movement classes, and that kid might take that whistle and turn it into an art.
A Kitsap musical tribute: Party like it's 1939
Feb 18 2010, 9:40 AM
Hard times are a sure part of the human condition, and for generations people have turned to music for comfort, consolation, and eventually to celebrate newly found joy.
Five vie for treasurer job
Feb 19 2010, 5:18 PM
Now that Kitsap County Treasurer Barbara Stephenson has moved on, her replacement will likely be found among five candidates.
Author keeps 'spice' of family's legacy alive
Feb 23 2010, 3:26 PM
Christina Arokiasamy has been blending spices and flavors since childhood. Her senses are finely tuned to it, the way a musician has an ear for a melody.
BPA welcomes new managing director
Feb 25 2010, 9:58 AM
Bainbridge Performing Arts has brought on Dominique Cantwell as the organization’s new managing director this month. The board conducted an extensive search for the right candidate.
“We interviewed several intriguing candidates, but Dominique emerged as the clear choice. ... She’s the perfect fit for us at this crucial time,” said Board President Omie Kerr.
Hellcats on wheels
Feb 25 2010, 1:38 PM
Marrisa Bishop, all of 5 feet tall, is wearing fishnet stockings like battle insignia. Get in her way, she’ll take you to the ground. And if that happens, you’ve got just three seconds to get back to your feet — make that, your wheels. This is the new derby nation.
Dancers become choreographers in local showcase
Feb 25 2010, 10:04 AM
The Choreography Showcase by Peninsula Dance Theatre features original dances of all varieties — movements of all different styles and moods, created by dancers of all different ages.
Poulsbo artist pens Big Sky novel 'Touching Earth, Touching Sky'
Mar 02 2010, 1:41 PM
Trudi Peek, long-time artist and member of Poulsbo’s Verksted Gallery, put down her art tools and took up her writing tools to create “Touching Earth, Touching Sky.” The published tome is available for purchase at the Verksted Gallery and Amazon.
In Good Taste: In food, fast doesn't always mean healthy
Mar 02 2010, 1:43 PM
Fast food is quick, easy and tastes really good to many people, however I was shocked to read this: According to the 2006 film “Fast Food Nation,” “Americans now spend more money on fast food than on higher education, personal computers, computer software, or new cars. They spend more on fast food than on movies, books, magazines, newspapers, videos and recorded music — combined.”
Have you seen the price of tuition lately?