1. WeSC and New York's Standard Hotel launches their "collab capsule collection" of travel accessories tonight, from 8-10 p.m. in the hotel's Le Bain nightclub (444 W. 13th Street).  The party is hosted by PAPER fave Cheryl Dunn  and features a live show by Steed Lord, an amazing "musical performance art project" from Iceland.

2. Justin Bieber's Christmas album, Mistletoe, debuts at #1 on the album chart this week.  It's only the second holiday album in history to go straight in at the top (Susan Boyle's was the other).  Bieber is also the first solo artist to have three #1 albums before turning 18.

3. Read what happened when a reporter asked the NYPD about their "Sky Watch" observation post overlooking #occupywallstreet.

4. Ten restaurants that let you pay whatever you want. Hey, they forgot to mention Brooklyn's Santorini Grill (167 Grand Street, Williamsburg), where they're trying the policy until December 4.

5. In what might be the most exhaustive list of it's kind (and a big disappointment to whoever didn't maker the cut) The Evening Standard picks their 1,000 most influential people in London.  Who did they forget?

6. UK artist, Aenas Wilder, built a gigantic sculpture out of 3,000 sticks of wood, let it stand for three months and then kicked it down.