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Dive Into Sweater Weather with This Clever Short Film

The cold always complicates matters; in summer we are all so close to the world, skin to skin. For his recent animated short, director Zilai Feng took inspiration from Julio Cortazar’s short story, Don’t You Blame Anyone, which describes a man putting on a sweater in great detail. Feng’s film...

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At the Drawing Board with Blue Logan 

It’s something about the eyes. The way they stare or squint or gaze over cheekbones. In his portraits, Los Angeles-based artist and illustrator Blue Logan captures a world of feeling on a two-dimensional page. His subjects—which often occupy the spheres of fashion and celebrity—are glamorous and beautiful, yes, but...

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SIXTY Listens: Tame Impala “Posthumous Forgiveness”

This song sounds exactly like feeling remorseful, having a bit too much to drink, and then stumbling into a sunken living room circa 1974. If that’s the kind of mood you’re in, well, we think you’ll really enjoy this new track by Tame Impala. Titled “Posthumous Forgiveness,” it’s off...

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New Yorkers Swear By These 6 Bagel Shops

Bagels are great year-round, but there’s something about the falling temperatures that just makes a person throw carb caution to the wind and want to start storing for winter. A puffy coat, after all, is well known to hide a multitude of bready sins. And what sin is more...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in December

It’s hard to believe that 2019 is coming to an end. As trawlers of art and culture, we see trends that are either emerging or crystallizing, and this year is all about esoteric symbols, patterns, and unrealized design. For this month’s edition of Art Beat, SIXTY has selected shows in...

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The Best Way to Spend the Holidays in New York City

The marathon sprint that is the holiday season is about to begin. From Thanksgiving on, revelers (the overzealous and reluctant alike) prepare for over a month of celebrations. And whether you take your gifts with a side of Santa or prefer your candles in rows of nine, New York...

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At Michelin-Starred Aska, There’s No Place to Hide

Located in the shadows of the Williamsburg Bridge, Aska is a moody, brooding space with just ten tables. The Scandinavian restaurant, manned by chef Fredrik Berselius, serves the evening’s guests a tasting menu inspired by Berselius’s home country and the flavors of the Northeast. On the menu recently: roasted leg of quail...

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A No-Cook Guide to Thanksgiving in Los Angeles

True: it’s a holiday invented in the 20th century to commemorate a fictional 17th century feast, evolved into a celebration of overeating, the American blood sport of football, and awkward conversations with relatives you see one to two times per year. But if fortune favors you, you’ll be having...

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Where to Find the Best Seafood in Los Angeles

When you think of great L.A. food, how far down the list is seafood? With the ocean right there, is it just too obvious? Or maybe you’re here for the tacos, or just what’s buzziest on the scene these days. Our recommendation: make seafood part of your trip here at...

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Making Space with Brittney Hart and Justin Capuco

Ray and Charles Eames. Florence and Hans Knoll. Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi. The worlds of design and architecture have cultivated some of history’s most legendary power couples. Working as a team, these duos have shaped cities, molded interiors, defined the aesthetic of their respective era. In consuming...

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