5 Things To Know This AM — May 21 2012

Despite being in the public eye and having wads of cash to blow on the likes of gondola rides ($1,000 to be exact), the Brant brothers claim they're too young to know what they want to do when they grow up. We agree, but we assume some of it will involve continuing to spend dough. (Fashionista)
While many find subway stop-and-frisks invasive, reports claim that they are effective with half of the stopped NY'ers found guilty of... something. Read more. (NY Daily News)
We've seen streakers around NYFW to raise awareness for a comedy show and now we're seeing topless women to raise awareness for a feminist cause — either way, get used to skin, it seems it's here to stay. (Racked)
NYU's getting a visiting student in Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng who is studying abroad right here in NYC. Check out his reception after the jump. (NY Mag)
As many remember Donna Summer, the New York Times takes a look back with her friends and fans and flashback to where her voice rang loudest in NYC — Studio 54. (NY Times)

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