Daily Feed: Occupy Boston's Bad Moves (Graffiti, Heroin)

FYI, Occupy Boston: Graffiti and Heroin Are Bad Moves. Nearly two dozen buildings downtown received unsolicited art over the weekend. Police are highly unamused (neither is Menino, if we had to guess) and are examining the surveillance data. That, plus dealing smack out of a tent? Not cool, Occupants. Not cool at all. [WBUR]

Not Everybody’s Happy About the Return of Happy Hour. Convinced that the move would only increase drunk-driving related incidents and deaths, a Shrewsbury family whose 18-year-old son was killed by a drunken driver is asking legislatures to yank the amendment from the casino bill. [WCVB]

With Seafood at Restaurants, What You See Isn’t Always What You Get. The Globe published the findings of a five-month investigation of the mislabeling of seafood, which found that Massachusetts restaurants routinely mislabel certain species fish. 87 of 183 samples were sold under the wrong species name — and at some high-profile restaurants, too. [Globe]

Picky Eaters, Welcome To Boston. Allergic to shellfish/soy/peanuts/gluten/dairy? No problem — we still have a solid showing of spots for you, and by the way, if you want more: there’s an app for that. For amendment on seafood allergies, see above. [Market Watch]

Boston Music Awards Voting Opens Online. The 24th annual Boston Music Awards honor musicians, producers, and industry professional with strong ties to New England at a party next month. Vote for old faves like the Dropkick Murphys or for new up-and-comers, like Moufy. [Boston Music Awards]

Meet The Whitey Bulger Movie Team: Matt Damon And Ben Affleck. We couldn’t have asked for a better team of Boston boys. And yep: it’s Damon playing Bulger, too — pretty sweet likeness between the two when you compare their faces. [GQ]