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In the Studio with Lucia Hierro

The bodega. For New Yorkers, these are establishments that anchor our blocks, and, in many ways, our lives. They are our most reliable neighbors, cramped and clustered stores filled with everything you need on the go or in a pinch. But all bodegas are not created equal. The items...

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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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Meet the Two Men Behind L.A.’s Most Stunning Concept Store

Please Do Not Enter, an expanding mini-chain of exquisitely curated concept stores in Downtown Los Angeles, fills its spaces with items that defy the store’s very title. Sit here, look there, smell this, hold that, try this on: every product is an invitation to admire, engage, and—if you’re wise—purchase....

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What to See at This Year’s Tribeca Film Festival

Cinema rules the streets of New York City this week. The lauded Tribeca Film Festival kicks off this Wednesday, April 24, and runs through Sunday, May 5. (Alright, it’s a little more than a week. Lucky you!) Filmmakers from around the world will have their brilliant creative efforts on...

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The Interrogator with Caitlin Mociun

It takes real skill to make the inherently superfluous feel necessary—imperative, even. But that’s precisely what jewelry designer Caitlin Mociun does. As the owner of Mociun, a stunning shop in Williamsburg filled with fine things of all sorts, Caitlin serves as both curator and creator. Here, shelves are lined...

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The Interrogator with Maurice Harris

Maurice Harris is inseparable from the works that he creates. The L.A.-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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NYC’s Plant People Serves Up Serious Chill

If SIXTY had its way, you’d be drinking a cold, CBD cocktail at our Make Believe lounge right now. Unfortunately, the powers that be (aka the Department of Health) have put the buzz on hold for the time being. The trendy ingredient—a won’t-get-you-high, will-keep-you-chill derivative of cannabis—is A-OK with...

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In the Studio with Aaron Poritz

Furniture design, when you’re doing it right, should feel a lot like art. Every line, considered. Every surface, thought out. Elevating materials like wood and stone to another realm in such a way isn’t easy, but it’s exactly what Aaron Poritz does. There is rhythm in his tambour cabinentry...

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Jess Bass and Nadia Tahoun Are Democratizing Art

It’s a sea change some—the old guard, in particular—might see as a threat, but the democratization of art presents the necessary and welcome destruction of an exclusionary world. In making art for the people, said art will become increasingly representative of the people. Inclusion is paramount in this brave...

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The Interrogator with Nicola Collie

Nicola Collie is, you could say, a sculptor of space. She moves swiftly and with purpose, carving air with lean arms, slicing through the world with capable legs. Her dances straddle the line between elegant and feral. There is a toughness to her, one that belies the delicateness of...

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