Bay State may refer to:
- Massachusetts, nickname "Bay State," a U.S. state with shores on Massachusetts Bay, Cape Cod Bay, Buzzards Bay and Narragansett Bay
- Bay State (TV series), the Boston University-produced soap opera
- Bay State Road, a street on the Boston University campus
- Bay State (musical instrument brand), a brand of musical instrument made in the 19th century by John C. Haynes & Co.
Other articles related to "bay state, states, state, bay":
... The Bay State Banner is an independent newspaper primarily geared toward the readership interests of the African-American community in Boston ... The Bay State Banner was originated in 1965 ...
... Bay State is an ongoing television series broadcast on butv10 on the Boston University campus ... Originated in 1991 by creators Delaina Dixon and Tom Rotolo, Bay State is the longest-running continuously produced student soap opera in the United States ... Bay State is currently produced by Growling Dog Productions, an independent student-run production group sponsored by Boston University's Student Activities Office ...
... Homer area Anchor River State Recreation Area Deep Creek State Recreation Area Stariski State Recreation Site Kachemak Bay State Park Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park Ninilchik State Recreation Area Kenai ...
... of affluent Boston Brahmins, the majority of Bay State Road is now owned by Boston University for housing and office use (the most notable office use being the Office of Admissions, at 121 Bay ... Due to their small size, the brownstones on Bay State are inherently suited for use as specialty housing, and many are used in this fashion ... When used as a dormitory, most of the Bay State Road residences are divided into double and triple rooms with some singles ...
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