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What to Do This Month in L.A., Miami, and NYC

February. Halfway through winter. You’ve made it. There’s still a good deal of it left, but spring awaits, distant on the horizon. To help you while the rest of the season away, our events writer Scott Heins has created a short list of this month’s top to-dos. Whether you’re...

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A SIXTY Guide to Fall in NYC

Fall is on the approach in New York City. Can you feel it? We certainly can. Despite a few recent unseasonably warm and humid days, you can sense the changing of the season’s most clearly in the morning, when the early hours have a forewarning bite to them. Prepared...

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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 There are few neighborhoods in the world whose name alone conjures up as many cultural and historical references.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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Your Guide to a Perfect Day on the Upper East Side

Think all the good stuff happens downtown? Think again. Uptown is rife with happenings and culture–the kind that New York City was built on. The Upper East Side, in particular, scores high marks when it comes to density of things to do, all just a park away from 6...

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The Brooklyn Girl’s Guide to South Beach

In the dead of winter, there are no more appealing trips for a New Yorker than one down to Miami Beach, where the sun shines eternal. The trading in of sand for snow is a welcome one, and an easy choice to make. And it’s a choice Lauren Gould,...

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Olivia Lopez’s Guide to Miami Beach

Olivia Lopez (aka @lusttforlife) knows travel–something you’re certainly privy to if you’re one of her 315k-and-growing followers on Instagram. Every week, it’s another place. Fiji, Los Angeles, Miami, Taiwan. This is a girl that’s always on the go. What separates Lopez from the herd is her aesthetically appetizing combination...

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SIXTY Sees: A Photographer’s Life

There are still quite a few places I really want to go. Who can’t relate to a statement like that? If you’re a travel junkie, which we’d like to assume you are, you’ll love this three-minute short film directed by and starring German photographer Lars Schneider. Shot on the...

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A Fashion Editor’s Guide to the Perfect NYC Day

Yale Breslin knows a few things about a few things. Presently editor-in-chief of cult-favorite INDUSTRIE magazine, Breslin moved to New York City from Canada just a few short years ago with the goal of getting himself into the magazine business. And get in he did. Over the years, he’s...

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An Explorer’s Guide to the Upper West Side

Come spring, there are few places in New York City more dynamic than the Upper West Side. There’s the Hudson River to the west, Central Park to the east, and a million things in between. It’s the perfect mix of the enduring and the new–and it’s all right around...

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Miami According to Patrick Janelle

Patrick Janelle knows how to travel. The pro Instagrammer and de facto lifestyle guru, operating under the handle @aguynamedpatrick, is swiftly becoming the reference point of note when it comes to where to eat, what to drink, where to shop, and what to see–whether you’re in South Carolina or...

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