You may not know much about Native American culture or history, but it’s there, in many parts of your daily life. November is Native Heritage Month.
Poulsbo’s Slippery Pig Brewery is releasing its own calendar, and it features plenty of “pig” skin.
Great Northwest Wines: Harrison Hill is owned by the Newhouse family, whose history with these 5.5 acres of vines goes back to the early 1970s. But grapes have been grown here for much, much longer.
Great Northwest Wine: Officially the Columbia Gorge American Viticultural Area is a grape-growing region that crosses both sides of the Columbia River, surrounding the city of Hood River, Ore., and such towns as White Salmon and Bingen, Wash.
Local poetry by Kitsap-based writers. "Oftentimes driving down the road home," by Marianna Mears-Jones.
Astrological advice and horoscopes for Nov. 6-22 from Suzanne O'Clair.
News from Kitsap's neighboring communities: Bainbridge Island's podcast; Stennis takes fast cruise in Bremerton; school threat in Central Kitsap; motorhome burns in Port Orchard; and paranormal shop holds essay contest to sell business.
From Thanksgiving and beyond, many of Kitsap’s farms are up and running through the holiday season with something fresh for the holiday table.
Brews, news, and more: Downpour Brewing opens in Kingston.
No. 7 Books in Port Gamble celebrates its one-year anniversary with special, rare books and a bust of a rhino.
News from communities in Kitsap County. For more stories, read these community newspapers online.
Bainbridge Island's The EDGE will celebrate two decades of improv this November.
Port Orchard cinema makes homage to "The Shining" to promote its run at the theater.