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SIXTY Sees: Homeshake “Nothing Could Be Better”

A warning: it takes a minute to settle into the absolute strangeness that is this video. For Homeshake’s track “Nothing Could Be Better,” Detroit-based designer and filmmaker Steve Smith created a playground of amorphous blobs capable of moves worthy of an R&B music video circa 1993. The result is...

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This New App Takes the Guesswork Out of Dining

Dining-obsessed New Yorkers ask one question above all: “Where should we go eat…right…now?” As we’ve increasingly become consumers of unique and can’t-miss experiences, we’ve become fanatical about knowing what’s new and enduring. And, by the way, where are our select, in-the-know friends going? We don’t want to be the...

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The Interrogator with Canyon Coffee

Casey Wojtalewicz and Ally Walsh used to ship each other beans they discovered while on the road. Caffeinated love letters, if you will. The Los Angeles-based couple—a musician and a model, respectively—at the time were indulging their shared passion of the ritual of coffee. For them, it’s just just...

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SIXTY Sees: Little Dragon “Lover Chanting”

There are so many things to love about this video for the song “Lover Chanting” by Little Dragon. The level of layered creativity here is absolutely top notch. In it, directors Jack Whiteley and Joe Wills take us on a double journey from two perspectives. The first: through a young...

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Sugar Rush: LA’s Best Doughnuts

Let’s be real. There are healthier ways to start a morning. But the appeal of the doughnut is age-old and long-standing, sure to bring back childhood memories of those iconic pink boxes and peeking eagerly over yellow laminate counters. Nostalgia knows no diet restrictions. These days, doughnuts–and the places...

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In the Studio with Paul Mpagi Sepuya

The flesh reveals itself in slivers and fragmented reflections. In color sometimes. Often in black and white. The curve of a bicep, a strand of hair, pants always dangerously low. L.A.-based photographer Paul Mpagi Sepuya mines the sensual spaces of the studio, filling every blank space with a bristling...

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Celebrity Obsessions: The History of Paparazzi

January marks the kickoff of the chaotic whirlwind that is Hollywood’s awards season. After the Golden Globes, which air January 6, it’ll be a back-to-back gauntlet for the industry’s elite. The most in-demand actors, directors, and writers will spend the next 40+ days strutting down the red carpets of...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in January

This month’s selection of exhibitions are a varied lot. From geometric pleasantries to lascivious bacchanalia, SIXTY’s resident art critic Rob Goyanes has selected a little something for everyone. Perusing the art world’s three major nodes—New York, Miami, and L.A.—Goyanes provides what he thinks are the choicest art shows for...

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SIXTY Lit: January’s Must-Read Book List

There are few companions quite like a book, especially when on the road. (Aren’t books, really, the ultimate trip? Between their pages, an escape hatch – the mind’s getaway of the highest order.) A hotel of the literary sort, SIXTY makes sure to guide its guests towards tomes of note. This...

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

What does 2019 hold? Who knows. January, though—we got that covered. Below, you’ll find six events in L.A., Miami, and NYC that are sure to be fine kickoffs to a brand new year. Our resident man about town Scott Heins has selected the month’s best of the best, from...

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