5 Things To Know This AM — Nov 30 2010

What the f?! Julie Gilhart is leaving Barneys. The women's Fashion Director is apparently "pursuing other opportunities." Sounds suspicious (and very, very sad) to us. (The Cut)
Everyday low prices are almost definitely in our future. Walmart wants to open stores (not just one) all over the city. We'd honestly prefer a Target. (Gothamist)
It looks like Spidey will be saving the world again—Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, the much discussed musical starring Peter Parker, will finally debut on January 11. It still has a long way to go the first preview some viewers asked for the tickets back. What would Spider-Man say? (Daily Mail)
While it's not quite WikieLeaks, we think DKNY has got to be pretty pissed over PETA's latest stunt. The animal rights group took over the brand's Facebook page to protest again their "bunny butchering." We bet DKNY PR Girl has a lot to say about this. (BuzzFeed)
Remember in all the gift-giving craziness not to leave out your building staff—after all, that clogged toilet needs to get unclogged. Peep this handy guide to NYC building tipping check out how much cash-money you need to lay out for peace of mind. (Curbed)

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