5 Things To Know This AM — Jul 27 2012

The Hester Street Fair is bringing the Olympic games to NYC — well, not quite the Olympics, but three different Olympic celebrations. The events include Corn-on-the-cob contest, burlap sack races, and ping-pong tournaments. And, of course, the fair's world-famous eats will be available. (Hester Street Fair)
If you're hungry for more Olympics mania, hit up the watch party for tonight's Opening Ceremonies at Eventi Hotel. They'll have a giant screen set up, and a beer olympics, to boot. (YouTube)
Wanna feel cool, support emerging designers — and save some change in the bank? Then, make sure to check out boutique OWEN's first Warehouse Sale where prices are up to 70% off! And, as if that is not enough, then perhaps the 25,000 paper bags affixed to the store's interior will convince you (OWEN NYC)
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Siri's got a new BFF — and her name's Gabi! The ultimate app for organizing your social media on your iPhone, Gabi makes your FB look beautiful, neat and personalized. So, say goodbye to seeing unnecessary information —do you really want to know every detail about your ex-coworker's life? (iTunes)
Are you brave enough to take on Barry's Boot Camp? The intense workout institution is joining forces with the LGBT Community Center to raise money for the program. (The Center)
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Photo: Via Hester Street Fair
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