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Kyle Scott Clauss

Kyle Clauss, Digital News Writer at Boston Magazine

Kyle Scott Clauss is a journalist from Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Prior to joining Boston magazine in April 2015, Clauss was a reporter for the Lowell Sun, covering the only town in America named Billerica. He has appeared on WGBH, NECN, WBUR, and WEEI. He is a graduate of BU's College of Communication and has never eaten a banana.

City Life

The Shock Candidate

The man who claims he invented email is now running against Elizabeth Warren.

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Who Took a $40,000 Violin from South Station?

The MBTA Transit Police want to know.

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NWHL Inks Broadcast Deal with Twitter

Nineteen games will be streamed live online.

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Feds Vote to Block DraftKings, FanDuel Merger

Regulators say it’d have “anticompetitive effects.”

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Severe Thunderstorms, Isolated Tornado Could Hit Mass.

Happy summer.

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Michelle Carter Found Guilty in Texting Suicide Case

A judge found her responsible for her boyfriend’s death.

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Amazon to Acquire Whole Foods in $13.7 Billion Deal

It’s the E-commerce giant’s biggest transaction ever.

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Bruins Tease Their New Uniforms

And it’s a bit underwhelming.

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State Police Increase Patrols at State House After Congressman Shot

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is in stable condition.


Sunset Grill’s Parent Company Files for Bankruptcy Protection

The popular tap room will remain open in the meantime.

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City Council Candidate Does Cartwheel, Actually Quite Good

Happy Pride!

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The Green Line Was an Absolute Disaster This Morning

Just in time for the first 90-degree commute of the year.

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Former Hilltop Steak House Site to Become Luxury Apartments

The Rt. 1 property sold for $17.3 million.

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Baker Supports Removing State’s Only Confederate Memorial

A marker stands on Georges Island in Boston Harbor.

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MIT Tops Latest World University Rankings

Harvard followed behind in third.