Spencer Buell

Staff Writer at Boston Magazine


Students in Boston and Beyond are Planning a Gun Violence Walkout

A nationwide protest is slated for March 14.


AI Has a Race Problem, and We Need to Fix It

MIT research says artificial intelligence is poisoned with bias.


A Halloween Attack on an MBTA Employee Was a Hoax, Officials Say

A T operator allegedly paid someone to attack him in a Michael Myers mask.


A Snowy Owl Struck by a Car in the O’Neill Tunnel Has Died

Massachusetts Environmental Police rescued it Wednesday night.


With Help from Massachusetts, U.S. Women’s Hockey Won Gold

Local Olympians helped lead the team to a 3-2 victory over Canada.


The Red Line "Basically Exploded" This Morning

Riders report smoke, shattered windows on the MBTA at Andrew Station.


Boston’s Best Yelp Reviews Are Written by Third Graders

It’s the city’s dining scene through the eyes of eight-year-olds.


Suffolk DA Dan Conley Is Leaving Office after 16 Years

He will not seek re-election this year.


70 Degree Temperatures in Boston Are Breaking Weather Records

Two straight days of warmth have made history.


Partners Healthcare Is Laying Off 100 Coders

The state’s largest employer will cut costs by sending jobs overseas.


Mitt Romney and Donald Trump Are Cool Now

He accepted an endorsement from the president in his Utah Senate race.

Arts & Entertainment

Kyrie Irving Discussed the Flat Earth on Kimmel Last Night

His answers to Kimmel’s questions left a lot to be desired.

Mitt Romney

Yes, Mitt Romney Is Running for Senate

Surprise, surprise.

Arts & Entertainment

The Year of the 3D-Printed Rooster Is Over

The ambitious 2,000-rooster art project was a success, the artist says.


Tom Ashbrook of On Point Is Out at WBUR after a Harassment Investigation

The station found evidence of "consistent bullying."