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The Interrogator with Loni Landon

New York City, it could be said, is one big dance, a kinetic frenzy of moving parts. It is less, perhaps, a graceful ballet, and moreso the type of performance choreographer Loni Landon would dream up: a real and chaotic and pulsing routine seemingly unencumbered by normal rule. A...

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Chef Richard Fuentes Brings the Med to Miami

When it comes to beachside fare, few cuisines hit the spot quite like the food that comes out of the Mediterranean. Its focus on fresh ingredients and zesty flavors are basically the culinary equivalent of a crashing wave, an umbrella stuck in the sand. And, fortunately for Miami, it’s...

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In the Studio with Todd Bienvenu

Don’t be fooled by the televisions or the MacBook Pros. Don’t be misled by the cigarettes or beer cans or groping hands on naked bodies. Brooklyn-based artist Todd Bienvenu might deal in contemporary subject matter of the more carnal, pedestrian sort, but he is a student of his craft,...

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The Interrogator with Scratch|Bar & Kitchen

The words “from scratch” have long conferred a specialness, an importance. To bake a cake from scratch, to make soup from scratch, pasta from scratch. Whatever the dish, the assumption is that it will be the better for the effort taken, and more delicious for the cut-corners that it...

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On the Road with Julia Jacklin

If there’s something that fits right in with the current global mood, it’s Australian musician Julia Jacklin singing a cover of The Strokes’ “Someday.” Raw, thoughtful, mournful, patient. Fem folk meets rock ‘n’ roll. Her rendition, performed recently on local radio station Triple J, smoothed out the original’s jagged edges,...

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Block Party: Los Feliz Village

Not many neighborhoods in Los Angeles have the surname “village.” The ones that do have earned the title, and Los Feliz is one of them. Los Feliz Village is two north-south streets that run parallel to each other, Vermont and Hillhurst Avenues, and Hollywood Boulevard to the south that...

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The Interrogator with Nathaniel Sandler

Boobleggers, Dogleggers, Swampleggers: these are some of the aliases of Bookleggers, a mobile community library in Miami that’s contributed to far more than just a vibrant literary culture. They’ve also contributed to important causes such as breast cancer, dog rescue, and Everglades restoration. Bookleggers started in 2012 as a...

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The Interrogator with Mimi Cheng’s

In an era where everything you could ever want–and plenty that you will never need–is available at the tap of a button, the array of choices has become a mind-numbing expanse of just-too-much. Perhaps as a subconscious response to this, there’s been a surge of restaurants designed in the...

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In the Studio with Jeremy Couillard

If Jeremy Couillard’s work seems like a living nightmare, it’s one we’ve certainly been beckoning to the fold since the advent of the computer. The Brooklyn-based artist dives deep into the more unchartered waters of the digital realm, with work that builds on a preexisting, underlying anxiety surrounding our...

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The Best of Miami Art Week with SIXTY Hotels

This year marked SIXTY Hotels’ second official Art Basel Miami since our own Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel, opened–and, boy, did we have fun. It was a jam-packed, art-filled whirlwind complete with art installations (a Misaki Kawai pool mural and works by Saya Woolfalk, Hayal Pozanti, and Eric Rieger), special dinners (Marlborough Gallery...

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