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What to Do This Week in LA, Miami, and NYC

The holiday weekend has us pooped. Get away from the family and pool and try on something by yourself this week. In Manhattan, check out the “materialistic” exhibit of Georgia O’Keeffe’s vast wardrobe. There’s more than meets the eye. In Miami, skank over to Churchill’s for a reggae group...

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SIXTY Sees: POLO & PAN “Coeur Croisé”

Fans of the sumptuous saturation of La La Land and the mid-century glamor of an Alex Prager photograph will delight in this gorgeous new video for POLO & PAN’s track, “Coeur Croisé.” Directed by Pablo Maestres, a master of surreal, this video takes viewers on a strange and stylized...

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A Dual Rebecca Warren Exhibition at Matthew Marks

With both her sleek and rough-hewn figures, London-based sculptor Rebecca Warren explores the multifaceted, age-old inspiration that is the female body. It’s a theme explored in two unique ways at her two-location self-titled exhibition at West Hollywood’s Matthew Marks Gallery, running now. At 1062 North Orange Grove, viewers will find...

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Your (Nearly) Definitive Guide to LA’s Best Sushi

In Los Angeles, sushi recommendations are the kind of thing people get as pumped up about sharing as what secret streets to use during rush hour. Everyone swears by their spots and is firmly convinced theirs are the best. Don’t worry; this enthusiastic stubbornness will only spoil you with...

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SIXTY Listens: Phoenix “Ti Amo”

From what little we’ve heard of Phoenix’s soon-to-be-released album, Ti Amo, we’re banking on it being one that defines the summer of 2017. Their second single–the title track, “Ti Amo”–is a divine piece of restless pop. It’s that song you listen to right before you head out for the night...

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What to Do This Week in LA, Miami, and NYC

We’re getting primordial this week, leading you back in time to when dinosaurs and other creatures roamed the earth and seas. Seems like yesterday! There is never an excuse to not go check out the inspirations to Jurassic Park. In both Los Angeles and New York, enter with childlike...

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The Interrogator with Import News

With the internet continuing to fray our collective attention span with its access to Too Much All of the Time, the practical and nostalgic appeal of printed matter has begun to mount. Not long ago, the distribution of information–from global politics to where to find the best dive bar...

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Alexandra Wiesenfeld at Klowden Mann

Walking into Klowden Mann–currently housing Munich-born, Los Angeles-based artist Alexandra Wiesenfeld’s latest exhibition, o–one is struck with the unorthodox hanging of the artist’s work. Here, small and large pieces are seemingly arranged at random. Several works are crowded onto a single wall in a style reminiscent of the Parisian salons...

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SIXTY Listens: Haim “Right Now”

It’s been four long years since HAIM’s last album, Days Are Gone, but the polished sister act is finally back with something new. They’ve just started teasing out their second album, Something to Tell You, and if “Right Now” is any indication, it’s going to be a good one....

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What to Do This Week in LA, Miami, and NYC

It’s all about detoxing this week in our sister cities of Manhattan, Los Angeles, and Miami. Nobody does it better than the health club facilities that take their cues from the old Russian-Turkish baths of yore. In both New York and Miami, two of them endure, while keeping up...

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