Spencer Buell

Staff Writer at Boston Magazine

Spencer Buell is a staff writer for Boston, covering news, politics, technology, the T, legal weed, french fries, bears, Brady, and beer. He used to be a news reporter for Metro Boston and the Arlington Advocate.

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Watch Elizabeth Warren Grill the Defense Secretary Nominee over Raytheon Money

In a fiery exchange, she pushed Mark Esper to commit to a firewall between him and the Waltham defense contractor. He refused.

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"RAW ME NOW": When the Decor at Logan Airport Goes Horribly Wrong

Oh nooooo.

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WBUR Is Belatedly Giving Credit to a Female Historian for a Segment

The station apologized for having two men discuss researcher Sarah Milov’s work without crediting her.

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Charlie Baker: The Trump Tweets Were "Racist"

Using a term he never has publicly, the Republican governor condemned the president’s comments.

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Parents Are Furious after a Boston Sports Camp Apparently Imploded

If you were hoping to send your kid to MB Sports Camps this summer, you’re out of luck.

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Patriots’ Elandon Roberts Says He Was Harassed by Police at His Home

He says a Texas traffic stop was "frightening, disrespectful, and embarrassing."

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Police Hope a Tattoo Can Identify a Body Pulled from the Charles

State police are sharing a photo of the woman’s body ink in case someone recognizes it.

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David Ortiz Is "Recovering Well" after His Third Surgery

Big Papi is in "good spirits" after the latest round of treatment for his gunshot wound, his wife Tiffany says.

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Protesters Formed "People-Protected Bike Lanes" in Boston Today

More than 100 turned out to call for more solid barriers between cyclists and cars.

Arts & Entertainment

A Stunning Wind-Blown "Skynet" Is Dangling Over New Bedford

Called "Silver Current," by Patrick Shearn, it will spend the summer in Custom House Square.

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Rick Snyder Has Officially Been Run out of Town

The former Michigan governor, under fire for his role in the Flint water crisis, will no longer be a Harvard fellow.

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18 People Were Arrested at a Boston "Jews against ICE" Protest

They stopped traffic and locked arms outside a detention facility in the city.

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Road Closures, Banned Items, and Other Must-Know Fourth of July Details

As the city prepares for Independence Day, so should you.

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The Mystery Substance Mailed to the Straight Pride Guys Was Glitter

Suspicious packages sent to the parade organizers caused scares in Malden, Woburn, and Salisbury.

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As Fare Increase Arrives, MBTA Commuters Lash out at #UnfairHikes

Riders greet the first day of the new rate on the T with a day of fury and campaigning.