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SIXTY Sees: ‘The Papermaker’ by Daniel Egenolf

It can be easy, in this day and age of digital, to forget the communication workhorse that served us for centuries: paper. A papermaker in Germany, however, isn’t quite ready to let the pulp art die. As one of the last to make paper by hand in Europe, Gangolf Ulbricht produces...

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SIXTY Listens: Beach House “Lemon Glow”

Baltimore-bred Beach House has been turning out bedroom pop of the cerebral sort since 2004. Each album since then, while good, has existed within the parameters Beach House first created for themselves. But maybe not their next effort, if this latest release is any indication. “Lemon Glow” is the first...

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6 Oscar-Worthy Old Hollywood Haunts

With the Oscars taking place at the Dolby Theater this Sunday, there’s no better way to channel the greats of silver screen past by settling in at the haunts Old Hollywood made famous. While many mainstays have closed over the years, there are some classics that just won’t quit. Below,...

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SIXTY Listens: Janelle Monáe “Make Me Feel”

If you’re needing a Prince fix–at least by proxy–you’ll probably dig Janelle Monáe’s latest track, “Make Me Feel,” off of her new album Dirty Computer. It’s pure pop of the nostalgic kind, and with a video that channels that very same sentiment. The whole thing is a fun romp through...

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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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‘Hey, Bartender!’ with Gesso in L.A.

Light spills through windows, churchlike, into an industrial space whose hard edges are blunted by warm wood chairs, the stretching arms of hanging plants, a mural on the back wall. Gesso, a recent-ish addition to Fairfax Avenue, is a one-size-fits-all kind of joint, where you can grab coffee and...

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SIXTY Listens: Nilüfer Yanya “Thanks 4 Nothing”

With a voice much richer than her 22 years should generally afford, London-based singer Nilüfer Yanya offers a hauntingly beautiful look into post-breakup heartache with her latest track, “Thanks 4 Nothing.” With the instruments stripped bare, Yanya’s voice takes center stage, making her case plain. Have a listen. Photo...

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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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