October 4: Sara Cramer-Sherbina and Emil McCulloch talk about the Bainbridge Ballet, where 230 Islanders of all ages enjoy and practice dancing (12 min). Soon a open house session where you can try a free lesson. Check their website: Bainbridge Ballet
September 28: What to do with our "old" computers? Stampp Corbin CEO of Retrobox, a company he founded talks about the risks involved with the mismanagement of electronic products and how to reuse/recycle them.(8 min). More info: www.retrobox.com
September 27: Hunter Lovins President, Natural Capitalism, delivers the luncheon plenary presentation at the Profitable Sustainability Conference in Seattle(36 min): Natural capitalism, the key to competitiveness and prosperity. Luncheon means forks, knifes and plates noises since she did not wear a lapel mike (our fault). But this is (as usual with Hunter) a powerful speech. The presentation was followed by a 2 minutes wrap up and a questions and answers sessions(9 min).
August 3: Interview with John Eisenhauer (29 min). John is President and CEO of Mercury Online Solutions. Started in a garage in 1996 it is now a multinational operation with 34 staff and growing. They specialize in digital signage and interactive kiosk technologies. More information: www.mercuryonline.com
July 29: Interview with Kim Sorenson, project manager for Bainbridge Island Commons LLC, the corporation developing the Island Commons project on High School Road (12 min). Kim explains how the project was initiated by Ken Wakazuru who lives on Bainbridge. She gives the point of view of the developer about the building height, the traffic issues, the signs on the site, etc.
July 27: Interview with Rick Bunch, Executive Director of the Bainbridge Graduate Institute (13 min). Rick talks about their original curriculum for the MBA in sustainable business and the triple bottom line concept. More information: www.bgiedu.org
July 12: Interview with commercial photographer Keith Brofsky (12mn). Keith has been a professional photographer for 20+ years. We talk about the evolution of his art/craft, from the dark room to digital everything. Visit his website to look at his selection of pictures and admire his touch: www.brofsky.com