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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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SIXTY Sees: Salman Sajun’s ‘The Process’

Ever wondered how the things you see–films, commercials, music videos–get off the ground? Director Salman Sajun tasked a whole rolodex of industry professionals to help him explain how a creative project goes from ideation to pitch to final product. The result is a short film called The Process, which...

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

This week, we’re sending you to venues that harken back to the days of ocean liners, three-martini lunches, and old-school Continental touches. In Manhattan, have a Manhattan at the enduring Temple Bar. Miami way, get your lobster bib on at the Captain’s Tavern. And in Los Angeles, The Edmon...

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‘Hey, Bartender!’ with Manhattan’s BlackTail

If you’re looking for a lush, dark-wooded and decadent room to while away the winter days (preferably over an expertly made cocktail), look no further than BlackTail. The Cuban-inspired bar occupies the second floor of the beautifully restored Pier A Harbor House, located on the tip of Manhattan, with...

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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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Mierle Laderman Ukeles at Queens Museum

Trash is a definitive feature of New York City, and there is no artist to have explored it quite like Merle Laderman Ukeles. A trailblazing but little known figure, Ukeles was part of the first wave of feminist artists and performers in the 1960s. Her work on the idea...

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SIXTY Listens: Dirty Projectors “Cool Your Heart”

Dawn Richard (aka D∆WN) makes an uncannily Amber Coffman-esque appearance on the Dirty Projectors’ latest track, “Cool Your Heart,” from their upcoming album, Up the Hudson. A nostalgic nod to the past, pre-Coffman split? A compulsive homage to the curious voice that helped shape the band’s doubly curious sound? Who...

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

This Valentine’s week, you’re going to a ball Tuesday night, down at the Globe, in Los Angeles. Big audio, dynamite! In Manhattan, take in a moody cabaret act downtown at the atmospheric Huron Club: Paris in New York. And in Miami, there’s a terrace-overtaking DJ party at the Pérez Art...

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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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SIXTY Listens: Mac Demarco “This Old Dog”

What’s that saying about old dogs and new tricks? You know what we’re talking about. Canadian musician Mac Demarco is back with some familiar musings of his own with “This Old Dog,” off of his forthcoming LP. It’s a thoughtful rumination on the days that keep coming, and the...

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