Spencer Buell

Staff Writer at Boston Magazine


Folks: Don’t Put Your Vape in a Checked Bag

Case in point: A smoky situation at Logan Airport.

Iced French vanilla latte and Americano are two new espresso drinks at Dunkin'

Someone Might Have Hacked Your Dunkin’ Donuts App

The company says DD Perks users should consider changing their passwords.


After "White Dorchester" Incident, Local Artist Offers Services as "Your Black Friend"

Tory Bullock offered Bostonians his perspective to avoid gaffes. And people are taking him up on it.


Massachusetts’ Pot Industry Is off to a $2.2 Million Start

A report on the first five days of legal marijuana sales is in.


Marty Walsh Hopes Marijuana Tax Revenue Is "Worth the Human Toll"

The mayor says pot shops will likely open in Boston "early next year."


ACLU Fires Back at BPD Commissioner Gross after Facebook Post

He criticized the group after it filed a lawsuit over the city’s gang database.


This Freezing Cold Thanksgiving Could Break a Record

Temperatures could be the lowest on the holiday since 1901.


Seth Moulton Faces Critics of His Anti-Pelosi Plans at a Town Hall

He got an earful in Amesbury.


Video: Masked Men with White Supremacist Ties Chant "Blood and Soil" at BU

They briefly clashed with left-wing activists at an anarchist book fair at BU.


Joe Kennedy III Is on Board with Marijuana Legalization Now

Not a minute too soon.


The First Two Legal Marijuana Customers in Mass. Have Been Picked

Two veterans, including Northampton’s mayor, will make the state’s first purchases.


It’s Finally Happening: Pot Shops Cleared to Open in Massachusetts

The first can open their doors on Tuesday.


The Ultimate Ranking of Bears in Boston

The 13 bears of Boston, in order.


ACLU Wants More Info on How a Boston Police Database Helps ICE

How does a database of gang members in Boston assist in deportations? The ACLU wants to know.

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Calling Is Selling Holiday Pre-Sale Tickets

They’ll be available Cyber Monday.