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.
Amid a larger movement to rein in police violence, a state rep is calling for a ban on the chemical agents.
Sunday’s demonstration will be followed by several other events in the city.
The T says it closed more than 10 stations for “the safety of transit riders.”
A pair of roommates found a creative way to connect with their neighbors, via chalkboard and text messages.
Legal adult-use marijuana sales resumed on Memorial Day, but it’ll be a while before the industry is back to normal.
It’s a dystopian, disturbing, and entirely plausible vision of the fate awaiting the beloved venue.
On the front lines of the state’s closely watched program, a small army of people are making difficult phone calls every day.
Boston Children’s doctors expect to treat many more young patients with a mysterious COVID-related illness.
The tradition will not go on as planned, but the Boston Pops has a backup performance for the big day: A “Salute to Our Heroes.”
Sure, cool, great!
The industry says a state-run PPP program would be a sorely needed lifeline.
From a distance, Boston’s healthcare workers are treated like superheroes. Up close, it’s often a different story.
A new effort is underway to more accurately count the state’s cases.
An updated fare system will cost $200 million more than anticipated.