Billy Baker

Billy Baker is a feature writer for the Globe’s metro section. A Southie native, Baker is a graduate of the Columbia Journalism School, Tulane University and Boston Latin School, and teaches in the graduate journalism program at Harvard University’s extension school. He is at work on a book about jugglers.

Latest stories

At N.H. rally, Trump supporters don’t want to miss the show

By , Globe Staff

“It’s just people telling you that you should be offended by Trump,” said one supporter. “Well I’m not offended by Trump.”

Tufts grads enter the world with words of wisdom from ‘The Simpsons’

By , Globe Staff

Hank Azaria channeled several of his characters to offer life advice — and a dig at a cross-town rival — during Sunday’s commencement.

For 90-year-old Maine man, just another walk to the peak

By , Globe Staff

Dick Dreselly climbed the 8.5 miles to the top of Mount Washington simply because he feels fortunate that he still can.

Is a Marblehead man one of the world’s strongest?

By , Globe Staff

Ron Cooper, a mild-mannered 37-year-old financial planner, has broken multiple Guinness World Records.