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SIXTY Sees: Chiara Luber’s “Paroles d’Amour”

If you’ve got a Pinterest page dedicated to European summer inspiration (think Roman Holiday film stills, Slim Aarons poolside photographs, or anything that whiffs of that so-called “la dolce vita“), then you will absolutely adore this animated film by Chiara Luber. “Paroles d’Amour” is a collaboration between the director...

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3 Reasons to Join Us for Jazz Night at Make Believe

New York City has a long and storied history with jazz. Since the middle of the 20th century, musical giants like Duke Ellington, Buddy Rich, and Billy Strayhorn have graced stages uptown, downtown, and everywhere in between. While jazz wasn’t invented here (that credit belongs to New Orleans), New...

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6 Perfect NYC Tacos That Prove NYC Has Perfect Tacos

Let me tell you a thing about tacos. New York City isn’t known for them. Pizza, we do. Chinese, we’re great at. But a well-executed, perfectly delicious taco has been an ever-elusive entity this side of the States. For decades, most have resigned themselves to waiting until a trip...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in July

When summer comes out in all its blazing glory, culture responds in kind. For this July edition of Art Beat, SIXTY has curated a list of diverse shows to see in New York and Los Angeles. From the lesser known histories of opium dens to Medieval bestiaries, these exhibitions...

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Where to Raise Your Glass to Pride in NYC

When it comes to LGBTQ bars in New York City, the Stonewall Inn is, without question, the most well known. As the site of a series of revolutionary riots in 1969, wherein members of the LGBTQ community rose up in defiance of police raids, the establishment rightly etched itself...

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SIXTY Teams Up with the Ali Forney Center

June marks Pride Month across the United States and abroad. In cities and towns the world over, parties and marches celebrate the great strides that have been made in the Gay Liberation Movement. New York City brings it all to a close with its LGBTQ Pride March on June...

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The Striking Polaroids of Tom Bianchi

Between 1975 and 1983, photographer Tom Bianchi used his Polaroid camera to document, in his words, “the early days of the queer revolution,” at least as it went down in his apartment on E 9th Street in New York City. The images captured during that time are erotic, muscular,...

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NYC’s Best Avo Toast in the Era of Peak Avo Toast

Avocado toast. Easy enough, right? Something you can whip up at home with just a few ingredients: bread, avo, a bit of lemon juice. Yes, this is a dish you can tackle… something everyone can tackle! Your inept brother, your local cafe, your cat perhaps. Oh, but you’d be wrong...

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SIXTY Listens: Róisín Murphy “Incapable”

Róisín Murphy delivers a simmering, deep-house hand-clapper with “Incapable.” With the help of producer Richard Barratt (aka DJ Parrot), Murphy soars as the beat slowly builds. Her musings on never having had a broken heart begin unpanicked and matter-of-fact. By the end, though, the anxiety begins to spike, and...

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Your (Nearly) Definitive Guide to L.A.’s Best Sushi

In Los Angeles, sushi recommendations are the kind of thing people get as pumped up about sharing as what secret streets to use during rush hour. Everyone swears by their spots and is firmly convinced theirs are the best. Don’t worry; this enthusiastic stubbornness will only spoil you with...

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