Daily Feed: Matt Damon and John Krasinski’s New Mystery Film

Matt Damon and John Krasinski To Write, Star, and Direct New Mystery Film. It’ll be Damon’s first time behind the camera, but not Krasinski’s. No word on the title yet, but we’re betting it’ll be another solid credit for Boston’s guts and glory. [Huffington Post]

The License Plate That Tells The World You’re Getting Older. Baby boomers, consider the latest legislation running through Beacon Hill that would allow you to get a very special Baby Boomer license plate for just $30 (plus the $90 registration fee). Or … you could just start driving at a snail’s pace in the right lane. That works, too. [Patriot Ledger]

Those Voluntarily Sleeping on the Streets Clash with Those Put There By Circumstance. Knife fights, rapes, and theft are apparently on the rise at Occupy Boston — but the real reason the protesters have had it with the homeless? “It’s turning into us against them,” one protester said. “They come in here and they’re looking at it as a way of getting a free meal and a place to crash, which is totally fine, but they don’t bring anything to the table at all.” [Herald]

Occupy Boston Protesters Get Cold-Weather Tips from Homeless. Actually, the homeless bring at least one thing to the table for the Occupiers as we enter the colder months: Tips like how to keep warm by stuffing your clothes with hay and straw. [Mediaite]

Hey, Middle School Students: No Sax On The Bus, Please. 12-year-old Andrew DiMarzio will no longer be able to take his tenor sax on the bus to Bridgewater-Raynham Middle School because it doesn’t fit. That’s what she said! [Fox]

Museum, Heir Wrangle Over Dr. Kevorkian’s Estate. The Armenian Library and Museum of America, located in Watertown, is refusing to give up 17 “donated” paintings, some created by Dr. Death himself … some with his own blood. [Washington Post]