Save the Bay

Save The Bay Cleanup At India Point

(10.29) Be a part of the world’s largest volunteer coastal cleanup and check out the site of the upcoming Narragansett brewery while you’re at it. Save the Bay will be hosting International Cleanup Day this Tuesday at India Point. The International Coastal Cleanup is the world’s largest volunteer effort for our ocean. People all over […]

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‘Rum & Smuggling’ Seminar, Tasting, And Signing

(3.13) Join author Peter Andreas for a taste of a historically illicit spirit. Andreas, professor of political science and associate director of the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University, explains America’s long and surprising relationship with smuggling and illicit trade — starting right here in Rhode island. The $20 tickets (for sale at

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Who’s a Good Dog

This might not be Narragansett Bay — I’m not a beach person — but it is a gray seal, one of the four types we have around here. (Kind of looks like B.J. Novak.) This Saturday ‘Save the Bay’ starts up its seal watch and lighthouse cruises around Rose Island aboard the Alletta Morris. They

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You’re Swimming In It: Part Deux

Photographer Richard Benjamin will be discussing his new book Narragansett Bay this afternoon at Books on the Square.  This work is a collaboration with John Torgan, Baykeeper for Save the Bay, who provided the text. Benjamin will be signing after the talk. (No indication that Torgan will be part of this event which is too

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You’re swimming in it

Save the Bay will be holding a fundraiser Saturday night to honor the Narragansett Bay Commission for the aforementioned tunnel project.  Drinks, food, lame music.. you know the drill.  I’m assuming they will have pictures of the project on display because it really is quite stupendous. It’s amazing to think that this enormous engineering project

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