Alyssa Vaughn

Staff Writer

Alyssa Vaughn is a staff writer at Boston. A St. Louis native, she moved to the East Coast to study English at Boston College. She currently lives in an apartment perfectly bisected by the Cambridge/Somerville border.

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Arts & Entertainment

Carnival Games, Clowns, and Murder: Why You Don’t Want to Miss BLO’s Immersive Pagliacci

Arias with a side of cotton candy, anyone?

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Here’s What You Missed at the Boston Youth Climate Strike

A lot of speakers, a lot of signs, and some very passionate kids.

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Newton to Boston College: Give Us Our Woods Back

A fight over the future of Webster Woods now involves an eminent domain threat.

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“Antonio Brown Is Not a Nike Athlete,” Brand Announces

The Patriots wide receiver has lost a big sponsor in the wake of sexual assault allegations.

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After Saying Sex with Minors Is Not Always Sexual Assault, MIT Scientist Resigns

Fallout from the school’s association with Jeffrey Epstein continues.

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Jasiel Correia Survived His Preliminary Election—Barely

A second place finish was enough to get him into the next round of the election.

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Ayanna Pressley Wants to Impeach Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

She’s introducing a resolution to get things started in the House.

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Out of Town News, a Harvard Square Fixture for 60 Years, Is Closing

Nothing lasts in this world.

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Please, Help Us Find the Secret HOV Lane Cop Tweets

Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack says people are cheating the carpool system using Twitter...somehow.

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Check Out the Peabody Essex Museum’s New Wing—For Free!

Free art, all weekend long.

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Fall River City Council Voted Jasiel Correia Out. What Happens Now?

The Correia circus, explained.

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Rachael Rollins Locks in Her Next Target: The Straight Pride Police

“They’re taking a risk every day when they do their job. I respect and honor that. But my job is not to be their friend."

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The Remarkably Not-Boring and Thrilling Guide to the Zoning Board of Appeal Scandal

Getting confused about what’s going on? We’re here to help.

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In Major Win for Rachael Rollins, Mass. Supreme Court Says Straight Pride Judge Overstepped

Judge Richard Sinnott had "no authority" in pursuing prosecution of a Straight Pride counterprotester.

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Want to Get Into One of Massachusetts’ Museums for Free?

Mark your calendar for September 21.