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Bainbridge Islander Deanna Martinez takes us on a meaningful journey of recognizing the depth and richness of Hispanic Americans that have influenced the history, culture, and achievements of the US.
Linda Kramer Jenning sat down with Gina Corpuz, the executive producer of the film, "Honor Thy Mother" premiering Oct. 10-12 on Bainbridge.
Learn how to Utilize QR codes on Currents
Find helpful LGBTQ+ youth resources, and take a look at these Wings of Hope cards for Pride Month.
Watch as Ranger wishes currents a happy anniversary
Every year since 2005, the Bainbridge Community Foundation invites local nonprofits to apply to a Community Grants Cycle to support programs that strengthen our community.
Help support AHB and the arts by donating to 'Bainbridge Gives'.
Audrey Nelson ’25 of Bainbridge Island, Washington, was awarded the grand prize—a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to attend Wesleyan. Nelson was recognized for her work of prose titled “Complications.”
Raising Resilience needs your help. Take this quick survey and let your voice be heard. Open until the beginning of June.
Bainbridge Arts & Crafts and Arts & Humanities Bainbridge are delighted to announce the winner of the 2021 Amy Award for Emerging Artists; photographer, writer, and book artist Maddie K. Rogers.
Each teen grieves in unique ways. After a sudden or violent death some teens may develop traumatic grief responses and have difficulty coping. Here are ways to recognize and help your teen with traumatic grief. Being nonjudgmental, open to compromise and considering your teen’s point of view are important.