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A SIXTY Guide to Exploring Harlem

Harlem. There are few neighborhoods in the world whose name alone conjures up as many cultural and historical references. Six scant letters spell out the fruits of the creative labors of the Harlem Renaissance. Poetry, novels, theater, music. Harlem was the home base for some of the most pivotal...

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In the Studio with Rafael Domenech

It starts with a shape. Circles loop in and out. They cleave into one another, nestle, conjoin. Elsewhere, things shatter, sliver, explode. The resulting silhouettes transcend the known properties of their materials. In this way, Rafael Domenech transforms space, creating small galaxies out of wood, paper, plexiglass. The Miami-based...

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On the Road with BRONCHO

BRONCHO sounds like an American car feels. An old one. Heavy, muscular. The kind where you crank the windows down by hand. A 1969 Pontiac GTO. A Chevy Camaro circa 1972. The sound transports you–onto the road, into a bar. It’s freedom. Or maybe it’s youth. The Oklahoma-based band...

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The Interrogator with Molly Young

There are some writers that demand more than a cursory look at their byline. One sentence into a Molly Young piece, and your eyes shoot up to the header. Who is this? Where did they come from? Why are they so damn good? Her opening lines are often direct...

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Block Party: Bedford Ave. in Williamsburg

Unless you’ve been hiding under a cultural rock the last ten years, you’ll know that Brooklyn doesn’t play second best to Manhattan any longer. It’s its own bonafide borough, filled with more incredible restaurants, stores, and coffee shops than you can shake a stick at. If you need more proof,...

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In the Studio with Heidi Hahn

The subjects of Heidi Hahn’s work often move through muddied scenes, seemingly isolated in their experience, even when sharing the very same landscape. They wear cryptic, binary emotions on their faces–that familiar and rudimentary “u” shape, flipped right-side up or upside-down to communicate happy or sad. The inner worlds...

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The Interrogator with Maurice Harris

Maurice Harris is inseparable from the works that he creates. The LA-based florist, who runs the sought-after Bloom & Plume, specializes in the kind of verdant displays that are one part beauty and two parts exuberance–much like the man himself. His forms play with asymmetry to the point that...

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The Interrogator with Kismet

To say that destiny brought you to dine at Kismet might be a bit hyperbolic, but, whatever the case, once there, you’ll certainly be glad some number of choices eventually led you to this particular stretch of Hollywood Boulevard. Opened at the start of 2017, the beloved Los Feliz spot...

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Meet Sessanta’s New Executive Chef Adam Leonti

If you want a taste of Italy much closer to home, you’ll do no better than to embark on the culinary journey that is chef Adam Leonti’s new menu for Sessanta Ristorante. Leonti has recently come onboard as Sessanta’s executive chef, tasked by owner and restaurateur John McDonald with...

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Block Party: Kenmare Street in New York City

Not too long ago, Kenmare Street–that traffic-clogged stretch between Nolita and Chinatown–felt less like a destination and more like a place you had to briefly suffer to get from one more important place to another. In the last few years, however, the street and its surrounds have undergone a...

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