5 Things To Know This AM — Jan 20 2012

Large-scale sculptor and big-time idealist, Dustin Yellin has bought a $3.7 million dollar warehouse in Brooklyn with the goal of setting up a “utopian art center” away from the Chelsea art scene. He’s hoping for more of a grass-roots feel for this project, to which we say, Dustin, you should have picked Williamsburg. (NY Times)
Listening to your bedazzled/furry/steampunk-ed out headphones and earbuds can be deadly— if it means you’re not paying attention to your surroundings! Don’t be the one landing in the hospital just because you were rocking out to Gaga and didn’t notice that bus! (NY Post)
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We’re seriously crushing on these gorgeous, otherworldly pastels from Topshop. Maybe staring at these dresses will make our New York winter pass quickly... (FabSugar)
Albany is putting up some rather rude billboards of cheese’s chunkifying effects, in the hopes of discouraging its citizens from overindulging. Of all the bad stuff Americans eat, why pick on cheese? Rude.(Times Union)
Very little really surprises New Yorkers, and this self-proclaimed “naked paparrazzo” managed to startle a room full of them during an in-store appearance by White Collar uber-hottie, Matt Bomer. At least the geniuses finally got to see some boobs! (Gawker)
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