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Where to Eat in Los Angeles Right Now

In other climes, summer brings with it a necessary swapping of cuisines. Not the case in Los Angeles, where a perpetual string of 75-degree days keeps the diet to a steady and constant stream of California fare made with fresh local produce. (Just one of many reasons to live...

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A New Fork City Guide to Everything Delicious

When it comes to serious Instagram gluttony, particularly of the Five Borough sort, no one does it better than New Fork City. Within their feed, ice cream cones drip, sandwiches burst forth, pizza gleams with the precise amount of grease. Their geotags are a well-vetted catalogue of some of the...

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SIXTY Listens: James V “Television”

For those rock ‘n’ roll types–the ones who have freely sunken into the sounds of Queens of the Stone Age or The Black Keys–we think L.A.-based musician James V will be right up your alley. “Television” has a refreshingly pure appeal, with guitar solos and a timeless sway. If...

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In the Studio with Dan Perkins

The works have the slick precision of a digital rendering, though there is certainly more than meets the eye. The paintings of Brooklyn-based artist Dan Perkins, in pastels worthy of a Miami sunset, bend and gleam in alien ways, seemingly void of a human hand. But there’s always a...

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SIXTY Sees: Juniore “Magnifique”

French “yéyé noir” band Juniore upends the ghostly expectations of the grim reaper with their video for “Magnifique,” off of their debut LP, Ouh Là La. Directed by Julia Grandperret and Ludovic Azémar, a central character glides through a landscape in perpetual sunset. It’s pink, sweet, and strangely mesmerizing. If you...

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A Southern Californian’s Guide to Los Angeles

With a city in the throes of exciting and tremendous growth, the abundance of new L.A. offerings is nearly impossible to keep track of. One month, it’s this bar in Atwater Village, another it’s a taco spot in Venice, the next–who knows. Which is why, one supposes, it’s best...

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SIXTY Sees: Bearcubs “Underwaterfall”

Dreamlike and gorgeous, director Salomon Ligthelm and DP Stuart Winecoff have created a spectacular new video for Bearcubs’s track “Underwaterfall.” (Bearcubs, if not yet familiar, is a singer/producer out of the UK who will certainly suit lovers of James Blake.) For those of a certain age, the video is rich with nostalgic nods...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in June

SIXTY’s resident art writer Rob Goyanes is on the search for the best of what’s going on in L.A., Miami, and NYC this month. For June, it’s a mix of major museum shows, small gallery exhibitions, and a massive set of outdoor sculptures made by an artist with no...

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

June is jam-packed with can’t-miss events in both the musical and artistic realms. Whether you’re into aerial dance to the tune of David Bowie, a Whitney Houston doc screening, or a 3-D Hollywood Bowl spectacular, this month absolutely has what it takes to put your summer into cultural high gear. Let’s...

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SIXTY Listens: Laure Briard “Cravado”

Those of us who like our summers to look like something pulled from a Slim Aarons photograph circa 1951 will surely delight in this track from French musician Laure Briard. Sung in Portuguese, “Cravado” slinks past easily, with a delicious Tropicália sound. Grab a cocktail and put this thing...

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