5 Things To Know This AM — Dec 20 2010

Georgia May Jagger just got a new pad in NYC, and of course it's in the East Village. Oh, and she doesn't miss London either. (Daily Mail)
A rally for...art? Yep, yesterday a protest stretched from the Met to Cooper-Hewitt to support artist David Wojnarowicz's video piece, censored at the National Portrait Gallery by stuffy Republicans. We were there in spirit! (Huffington Post)
The 2011 Winter Restaurant Week will be even more bad-ass than last year's, with over 300 more eateries joining in on the delish discounts. Hungry yet? (NewYorkology)
If you're a Billy Joel fan, we suggest hustling to the Plaza Hotel's Oak Room tonight, where his daughter Alexa Ray Joel starts her first show as artist-in-residence. While he's not officially confirmed to attend, wethinks he's the expected "very special guest." (New York Post)
We're crushing on Senator Kirsten Gillibrand hard. We got her mass email Saturday, celebrating the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell, and it made us want to go out and have a victory shot. (The New York Observer)
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