1. Today is American Censorship Day.

2. Warner Bros. is making a 3D LEGO movie in Australia with a planned release date in 2014. [WSJ]

3. NYC hardcore legends, Cro-Mags, play their annual holiday show at the HighLine Ballroom (431 West 16th Street) on December 30 with Supertouch, Subzero and Sal Nam. Tickets are here.

4. Celebrate the launch of Paul Barbera's new book, Where They Create, tonight, November 16, 7 to 9 p.m., at 205 Mulberry Street. The book documents the creative environments of 32 artists and designers including Opening Ceremony, Matali Crasset, Olaf Breuning and more with interviews and photos.

5. As predicted, Mac Miller scores the #1 slot on the album chart this week with his debut, Blue Slide Park. Michael Buble's holiday album went in at #2. (Billboard)

6. Three street artists -- Mear One, Chor Boogie and Shark Toof -- are suing L.A. real estate company AEG for destroying/losing artworks displayed at the company's penthouse party during the L.A. Art Show in January. [L.A. Times]

7. 42 picture of dogs playing in leaves. [Buzzfeed]