5 Things To Know This AM — May 22 2013

As if tourists in NYC needed yet another reason to complain...Airbnb is now a no-go in the Big Apple. Looks like we'll have to find a different way to make some extra cash when we go home for Christmas. (Jezebel)
Are you ever curious about the secret to R29's success? Learn from the master herself, our creative director Piera Gelardi — she'll be speaking on a panel along with power women like Glamour EIC Cindi Leive and model Coco Rocha. (92Y)
It's almost officially summer, which means it's time to start the weekly trek out east. If you're tired of sitting in traffic on the LIE or navigating through Penn Station, try out StndAIR, the chicest beach transport yet. (StndAIR)
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Tonight, for one night only, fashion's elite will gather in the name of a good cause — that's right, it's the Parson's Benefit Gala. Proenza Schouler's Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez will be honored with drinks, dancing, and a gaggle of black-tie-clad beauties. (Parson's)
The owner behind R29 favorite spot Brooklyn Bowl is looking to expand his empire in King's County, but his latest project is a little questionable. It combines a 21-and-over rock-n'-roll club with...children's music classes? (Eater)
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