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.
The report ranked nursing programs for the first time this year.
The family-friendly institution’s new campaign has teed up some NSFW jokes.
The Cider Donuteur’s list of farms selling the fall favorites is at more than 240, and counting.
It still hadn’t announced a location for its planned September 2 opening.
Follow the social media trend and you may get dinged by a very specific state law.
The nightmare scenario for this unusual state program has come to pass.
If you’re craving some outdoor beauty this fall, here’s where—and just as important, when—to hit the road.
From whence has it come at a time like this? And for whom?
“Gumbo,” a little dog spotted riding a tiny pink convertible at “Open Newbury Street” is the exception that proves the rule.
For 75 years, the Boston institution has kept a prime piece of Boston’s waterways from becoming a playground for the rich.
The population of Boston and Massachusetts both swelled in this latest round of Census data.
On “happy hours” and fireworks, voters may get the chance to ditch some of the state’s most infamous stick-in-the-mud policies.
Without an Official Vaccine Mandate, Boston Bars and Restaurants Are “Taking Matters into Our Own Hands”
The service industry is on a new front line of public health—and some are hoping for backup.
Every winner of the state’s vaccine lottery program faces an ominously ticking clock.
The Boston-based makers of the show pleaded with horny, twisted meme-makers to stop. They (obviously!) didn’t.