5 Things To Know This AM — Apr 16 2013

Active Brooklynites, unite! SYNCSTUDIO, New York's first yoga-cycling hybrid studio, is now open in Williamsburg. With upcoming Juice Press partnership in the works, this studio is sure to be a must-visit for those looking to sweat. (SYNCSTUDIO)
After the outrage that followed last year's lack of Pulitzer in fiction, Adam Johnson was announced as the recipient for the 2013 award. His book, The Orphan Master's Son, imagines life in North Korea. (The Observer)
Set to launch in May, New York's Citibike program will boast a total of 3,000 bikes at 330 stations around Manhattan. Annual membership packages are available now as are "Founding Member Keys" to the first 5,000 people to sign up. (Gothamist)
Fleur du Mal, a new high-end lingerie brand from Jennifer Zuccarini, is revealing its Graphic Panty Project this week. Sexy, flirty, and fun, these panties are all priced under $50 and include Fleur du Mal’s provocative imagery printed on the back. (Fleur du Mal)
It's April 16 which means tax season is officially over! Would you believe that some of the nation's tax experts and economists are the worst procrastinators of all? NYMag has the scoop. (NY Mag)
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