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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The Straight Pride Parade Is Happening, but with Some Changes

They will no longer march through the South End, and can’t fly their flag at City Hall.

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Wayfair Employees Walk Out over Deal with Detention Center

They’re asking executives to stop selling bedding to a migrant detention center.

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Meet the Guy Who Got a Giant Tattoo of Boston City Hall

A local super fan of Boston’s most controversial building explains himself.

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Wayfair Walkout Is On: Employees Plan to Leave Work Wednesday Afternoon

They’re calling on the company to cancel a contract with a migrant detention center.

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Police Shooting in Dorchester Is "Tragic and Traumatizing," Mayor Walsh Says

Police shot and killed a 19-year-old Monday after he allegedly fired at officers.

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Ravelry, a Boston-Based Knitting Site, Is "Banning Support of Donald Trump"

Pro-Trump patterns and posts are off-limits, the company says.

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Police Are Investigating a Shooting that Closed MBTA Aquarium Station

No one was injured after an incident involving "several juvenile males" on the Blue Line, TPD says.

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A Fatal Pedestrian Crash Closed Part of Mass. Ave. to Traffic

A collision at the Melnea Cass intersection left one person dead Monday.

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Nine Things You Didn’t Know about Encore Boston Harbor

You can get a $68 lobster roll, and other facts about the city’s brand-new casino.

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Boston ICE Official: Those Aren’t Concentration Camps

A local leader of Immigration and Customs Enforcement is weighing in on the controversy.

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Uh Oh: The Harvard Fencing Scandal Has Prompted a Federal Investigation

A dad’s suspicious home purchase has caught the attention of the feds.

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Marty Walsh Is Changing His Tune, Says No to MBTA Fare Increase

After the Red Line derailment, he says it’s "unfair to ask riders to pay more."

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Joe Curtatone Is Taking Kirk Minihane and Barstool to Court

The Somerville mayor says a fake phone interview with him was against the law.

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A Lawn on D Swings Accident Left a Man with a Serious Head Injury

An Attleboro man says one of the iconic swings smashed into him after Pride.

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Logan Airport Food Workers OK a Strike, Plan Day of Action before Fourth of July

Airline caterers in 21 cities are threatening to walk off the job.