Kelp On The Cusp

Kelp On The Cusp Powdered, Pickled, or Brewed, the Savory Seaweed May Finally Be Having Its Moment By Ellen Liberman| Photographs by Jesse Burke Catherine Puckett’s kelp farm spans 2 and a half acres of Block Island’s Great Salt Pond. Eight longlines, suspended...

Community Upraising

Community Upraising How a devastating fire rallied neighbors around Wickford Shipyard By Elaine Lembo| Photographs by Jesse Burke Every turn along the waterfront of colonial Wickford Village takes the observer to another symbol of endurance: From church spire to...

Moving On Up

Moving On Up Rising Water in Warren Prompts Redevelopment and Relocation Plans By Annie Sherman Floodwaters inundate Market Street during a king tide. Photograph by Janet Freedman The second smallest town in the smallest state in the country has a big problem: water....

Whose Right?

Whose Right? Coastal Access is Constitutional but Controversial By Todd McLeish | Cover Photograph by Cate Brown At the end of pilgrim avenue in Narragansett, not far from the Point Judith Lighthouse, a surfer sits in his car, uncertain whether he can legally park...