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Where to Eat in Miami Right Now

The  South Beach Wine & Food Festival kicks off this week and we’ve got good food on the brain. While the fest presents dozens of incredible opportunities to meet-and-greet with some of the best chefs in the biz, if you don’t feel like shelling out the cash, there are...

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In the Studio with Jesse Mockrin

The work can seem anachronistic, nostalgically luxurious. Los Angeles artist Jesse Mockrin eschews the oft alluring appeal of trend for work that stands unique within its era by borrowing from the past. While the paintings feel somehow familiar, guided by the framework Rococo masters established long ago, their clever...

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In the Studio with Dan Perkins

The works have the slick precision of a digital rendering, though there is certainly more than meets the eye. The paintings of Brooklyn-based artist Dan Perkins, in pastels worthy of a Miami sunset, bend and gleam in alien ways, seemingly void of a human hand. But there’s always a...

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Brendan Fallis’s NYFW Playlist

Brendan Fallis is one of those New York City multi-hyphenates that seems like he’s got his fingers in every pot. As a DJ, this Canadian expat has provided the soundtrack for everyone from GQ to Louis Vuitton, lending sounds to events that make them, well, more sonically eventful. He’s...

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Where to Eat This New York Fashion Week

It’s here again. New York Fashion Week. With the beautiful and well-heeled having arrived from all over the globe, the next seven-odd days offer the perfect opportunity for people-watching, peacocking, or a little bit of both. All this strutting around can work up an appetite, surely. And so, in...

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SIXTY Listens: MorMor “Heaven’s Only Wishful”

Canadian singer/producer MorMor (aka Seth Nyquist) does not quite fit in with his peers. Or, really, his music doesn’t befit exactly one description. For “Heaven’s Only Wishful,” a new single from the (fairly) new artist, takes us on an unexpected tour through genres, from contemplate rock to glittering pop....

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“Hey, Bartender!” with Bar Moga in NYC

You step back in time–and across a good deal of ocean–when you walk into Bar Moga, a Japanese-themed cocktail lounge in the West Village. Named after Japan’s flapper-esque “modern girls” of the 1920s, the bar has been touted as a celebration of women, with female mixologist Becky McFalls-Schwartz as...

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Where to Watch the Super Bowl This Weekend

This Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles go head-to-head with the New England Patriots for Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis. While the likes of Tom Brady and Fletcher Cox lay their blood, sweat, and tears on the field, we suggest you stick to the beer-snacks-and-television-in-the-living-room thing. Or, better yet, take your viewing...

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SIXTY Listens: Troye Sivan “My My My”

It’s been well over a week since we first watched (and watched, and watched, and watched again) Troye Sivan’s video for “My My My,” an addictive pop track that you will surely be hearing well through summer. For the song, director Grant Singer channelled the grainy, wind-machined brilliance of some...

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SIXTY Sees: Dream Wife “Hey Heartbreaker”

We absolutely adore the work of London-based illustrator Joey Prytherch (aka Mason London). And so we were very excited when he took the reigns in directing a music video for UK punk band Dream Wife. For “Hey Heartbreaker,” Prytherch created a world that feels somewhere between RoboCop  and your Instagram...

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