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.
If you think you’ve seen everything on the T, you are wrong.
She blamed a "deficit of political courage and leadership" for stalled reforms.
The bird sent shards of glass flying in Newton.
The T is announcing some freshly built and tested cars will soon hit the tracks.
City records give us some insight into the minds of local pet owners.
A report from the campaign trail had some confused.
A public health advisory has been rescinded.
They’ve apparently gone missing at least three times.
Kenneth Brissette and Timothy Sullivan were found guilty of illegally pressuring the festival to hire union labor.
Witnesses say police are collecting and destroying belongings on "Methadone Mile."
After a brief "shelter in place" order, Sohan Panjrolia was taken into custody without incident.
In protest, the Boston Newspaper Guild members left their desks at noon.
Wendy Helena Alberty faces several charges after a woman said she was trapped in a baggage area.
Karyn Alzayer says it’s a protest of conditions at migrant detention centers.
A bill that would tack on a 5 percent fee to streaming services is gaining support.