5 Things To Know This AM — Feb 22 2013

Looking to spread a little good deed this Friday morning? Scoop up a pendant from the Wear It Don't Bear It Campaign — proceeds support families who have lost children due to gun violence. Not only will you be giving money to a good cause, but you'll be spreading a message against gun violence. (Wear It Don't Bear It)
It's officially the weekend, which means it's time to start lining up your brunch plans. If you're hanging out in FiDi, look no further than 121 Fulton — the resto just launched a brand new menu featuring unlimited bloody mary's and mimosas. Yah, you read that right. (121 Fulton)
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Calling all jazz lovers! This weekend only, Harlem's Ginny's Supper Club will be hosting performances from a Kennedy Center honoree. The Benny Golson Quartet will be delighting diners with all kinds off smooth sounds, so call 212-421-3821 for a res. (Ginny's Supper Club)
Love margaritas? Love movies? Then get thee to Nighthawk Cinema tonight, where they'll be screening movies made in Mexico City all night, and offering $5 beer-and-tequila-shot combos. (Nighthawk)
It's time to tell all your LA friends to quit bragging, because New York is about to get its very own Umami Burger. It may not be an In-N-Out, but it's one step closer to world burger domination. (Eater)
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Photo: Via Wear It Don't Bear It
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