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.
A floating restaurant, and a pop-up adult playground overflowing with rosé have sprung to life on the margins of a rapidly changing neighborhood.
The Spotlight and Avengers star says he “stands with the brave journalists of the Boston Globe.”
Putting the grimmest era of the pandemic behind us feels good. But what are we to make of Delta and breakthrough cases lurking in the shadows?
The discount bus line, synonymous with cheap trips from Boston to NYC, says it’s not going anywhere.
From water taxis and e-scooters to freebies and buskers, a mostly serious guide to keeping drivers off the streets, and luring them back on the T.
Riders spotted him with a full TV and console set up on a bench at the Harvard stop.
All signs point to a move toward normalcy in the weeks after Massachusetts’ state of emergency ended.
The app is embracing its role as the region’s party-pooper in chief.
In nearly every neighborhood, cars have been shooed away for lounging and dining. Good riddance.
Fans have been making pilgrimages to the Cape Cod location of one of the year’s strangest memes, only to learn the tragic truth.
The 62-year-old’s breakout stardom on TikTok has made him the city’s latest mega-celebrity, basically overnight.
Public records show how far the Commonwealth’s drivers thought they could push the envelope with the RMV.
New images, and cost estimates, for the long-awaited project are a reminder: We need this yesterday.
Legal bills are starting to pile up, but Michelle McCormack is doubling down.