5 Things To Know This AM — May 23 2012

Need a humpday treat? Stop by the new Zadig & Voltaire store at The Mark for a super-luxe shopping experience with a not-so-luxe price tag. (Zadig & Voltaire)
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Well, actually just tigers — baby tigers — are being exhibited in a group art show on the LES. Watch the kitties play (and be, like, culturally enriched obvs) weekends through July 8th at Ramiken Crucible. (Animal NY)
Who needs real-life employees when you have holograms? The Port Authority unveiled their new avatar kiosks for all NYC airports this week and she's it's nothing short of freaky. (Gothamist)
Now is the time to take cabs literally everywhere because drivers may soon be raising their prices by 20 per cent. Say it ain't so, Taxi and Limosine Commission, cabs are a luxury as is! (Brokelyn)
Music for everyone! The Brooklyn Academy of Music will soon open a new building and all performances will be just $20. The new space will only house 250 audience members, but compared to the original BAM's ticket costs of up to $180, we'd say these seats are worth the (inevitable) wait time. (NY Daily News)
Photo: Courtesy of Zadig & Voltaire

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