Beat blast: Callow antiques, lead-less water and a sad teddy bear

I don’t want to spoil it for you but this week’s Bremerton Beat Blast concludes with a tragedy that has befallen a teddy bear. 

If you’ve got about four minutes to spare, you’ll also learn about:


A massive new antique shop on Callow Avenue, and the business’ efforts to bring back Charleston.

The permanent shuttering of a stand that sold tribal fireworks in Bremerton.

The story of the missing film reels, and efforts to get their rightful family back in touch with them.

What Bremerton’s water quality experts are doing to make sure the mistakes of Flint don’t happen here.

And yes, a teddy bear that went for a sad swim.

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