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Feast at These Fast Casual L.A. Spots (But Make It Quick)

The difference between fast food and fast casual restaurants is less clear on paper than it is IRL. For both, you likely examine a menu posted on the wall, order and pay up front, leave your dirty dishes or bus your own table. But from there, it’s two different...

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SIXTY Listens: Brittany Howard “Stay High”

Brittany Howard, the raspy-voiced frontwoman of Alabama Shakes, has been getting tons of buzz for her first solo album, Jaime. (If you’re someone who puts stock in “Best of” lists, it’s been making the rounds as one of the top records of 2019.) The whole thing is a joyful, foot-tapping...

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Block Party: L.A.’s Arts District

Not long ago, the only thing happening in the L.A. Arts District was solely concentrated on a little street called Mateo, where a few small clothing factories had set up shop and semi-trucks barreled through between the 10 and 101 freeways. Nearby Urth Caffé was the only spot you could...

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The Best Bowls of Ramen in New York City

Yes, fall is upon us in New York City, though seemingly in starts and stutters. Rest assured, though, the cold will eventually come. A cause for tears? Hardly! We look at the changing of the seasons as a grand opportunity to indulge in some of the cooler-weather culinary treats...

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On Stage with Comedian Khalil Walker

Sometimes it seems like no other city on earth is as ripe for comedy as New York. Its notoriously tight quarters and trying conditions make it a breeding ground for humor—a necessary release from the things that could, when thought about too hard or taken too seriously, drive you...

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at 1970s California

Eighteen years ago, in 2001, California-born photographer Michael Jang, then fifty  years old, submitted an unsolicited catalogue of photographs taken during the 1970s and ’80s to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art for consideration. The museum had a policy which encouraged such submissions, though very rarely did anything...

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6 L.A. Juice Shops to Get Your Health Fix At

Yeah, we know juicing is a key part of that Los Angeles cliché: trim and toned, yoga mat under arm, green juice in hand. And while it might be easy to poke fun at the West Coast juicing lifestyle, it’s even easier to push the stereotypes aside and drink...

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In the Studio with Drew Seskunas of SAW.EARTH

It is easy, when walking through city streets, to become numb to the usual shapes taking their usual order. There, a rectangular building made of stone and steel. Here, a park of trees blowing in the breeze. The things you see, natural and manmade alike, can feel limited to...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in October

For this month’s edition of Art Beat, SIXTY has selected shows in New York and Los Angeles that includes mugshots, bagels, and bats. What can we say? It’s a weird and wonderful art world this time of year. Herewith, your guide to the best shows happening this October. NEW...

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Get Up and Dance to Leftwing:Kody’s “I Feel It”

Without more than a few seconds of backstory, Leftwing:Kody’s video for “I Feel It” plunges us into a three-minute dance video with an unexpected protagonist. Armed with racing gloves, an electric scooter, and sensible shoes, its lead character moves through one uninspired landscape after the next, bringing his deliciously...

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