5 Things To Know This AM — Oct 12 2012

Feeling a little nostalgic for binders, no. 2 pencils, and Lisa Frank? Warby Parker's taking their collection old school, with the new Warby Parker Class Trip — they've outfitted a classic yellow school bus with vintage couches, bookcases, and of course their infamous glasses. It will be traveling around the country this fall, so you can hop on board. (Warby Parker Class Trip)
The Rap Insider continues to churn out hilarious (if totally fake) stories about the rap community, one LOLOL at a time — today's victim: Azealia Banks. (The Rap Insider)
Attention, animal lovers: Team up with Amanda Hearst and Georgina Bloomberg to help stamp out puppy mills. They're hosting a benefit for the Humane Society (and Hearst's org Friends of Finn) at Cipriani, complete with an after party that will donate all proceeds to helping our four-legged friends. (Humane Society)
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East Village residents have seen it (almost) all, but here's something new — east siders were woken up to none other than a marching band invasion. Of course, there's a video. (Animal)
Times Square may be uncharted territory for some, but now it's getting a taste of the wilderness. Twilight star Peter Facinelli will be camped out with Sears, in honor of the launch of the store's new menswear brand. (Racked)
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Photo: Courtesy of Warby Parker
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