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SIXTY Eats: Epistrophy in Nolita

Maybe it’s the Parisian green accents out front, or the worn wooden floors, or the inviting sofa that greets you on your way in, but there is a definitively soothing element to Epistrophy, a wine bar and restaurant on the southernmost tip of Nolita. A mixture of intimate two...

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The Best Winter Cocktails in NYC

The remedy for a cold day? A warm cocktail, of course. It’s a good thing that all across this city, you’ll find bartenders whipping up all sorts of soothing sips for you to indulge in during the winter months. And so, dear friends, until we can reconvene on a...

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Watch TOPS’ Interactive Video for “Outside”

Directed by Canadian creative Fantavious Fritz, TOPS’ latest video for “Outside” is an interactive addition to the original from last year’s excellent Picture You Staring. Working with pre-established, multi-cam footage of frontwoman Jane Penny slowly dancing in a haze of neon (perfectly complimenting the ’80s-esque musical references to Berlin’s “Take My...

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Our Favorite Songs of 2014

It was a great year for the arts and entertainment. Everywhere from Chelsea galleries to the backlots of Hollywood, 2014 was a delight for the senses, with one-of-a-kind films like Boyhood holding it down in the celluloid department, and Kara Walker’s mammoth, politically fueled “The Marvelous Sugar Baby” exhibition creating...

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SIXTY Listens: Max Frost “Let Me Down Easy”

Austin singer Max Frost debuted two years ago with his hand-clapping, swinging, sassy, upbeat track “White Lies,” worthy of a ’90s GAP khakis ad (in a good way).  Now he’s back with the subtle and slowed down, Chet Faker-esque “Let Me Down Easy,” from his upcoming album, to be released...

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From Miami, With Love

With all the Art Basel festivities currently underway (and in eager anticipation of the launch of SIXTY Hotels’ Nautilus opening), we’ve got Miami on the brain. Inspired, we dug through the vintage treasure troves to uncover some of the many great images taken over the years by LIFE Magazine. We’ve got fashion,...

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SIXTY Listens: Portable “Surrender”

It might be rainy and gray in New York City at the present moment, but everyone flocking to Miami for Art Basel over the next few days has sunny blue skies and 80-degree weather to look forward to. To ease you into the tropical beach vibes that await you...

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SIXTY Eats: Sauce on the Lower East Side

The smell of meatballs and the sound of ‘90s rap tracks greets you immediately as you enter Sauce, a good-as-grandma-used-to-make-it Italian joint on the Lower East Side. Cooks busy about an open kitchen, where three giant silver pots with spoons as long as small children sit over knee-height burners,...

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SIXTY Listens: Tobias Jesso Jr. “Hollywood”

Accurately described by Pitchfork as “the film negative to Billy Joel’s ‘New York State of Mind‘”, Vancouver-born Tobias Jesso Jr.’s latest track sums up a story of that well-worn pilgrimage to Los Angeles for those searching fortune and fame, only to become overwhelmed by insecurity and disappointment. It’s the anti-anthem,...

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SIXTY Listens: Natalie Prass’ “Why Don’t You Believe in Me”

Cleveland-born, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Natalie Prass makes songs that were made for vinyl, imbued with a lushness built to pour from the crackling speakers attached to a vintage Dual 1219. With a gorgeous bluesy sway, accompanied by an expressive fluttering of horns and a light and optimistic bit of piano, Prass croons...

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