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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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Karen O. Teams with Danger Mouse for ‘Lux Prima’

Hints of an exciting collaboration between Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O. and musician/ producer Danger Mouse came with the late-2018 release of “Lux Prima,” a lovely and meandering nine-minute track reportedly inspired by space. Then “Woman” arrived, a banging little gem that took the tambourine-smacking beat of the 1950s and...

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6 Kid-Friendly L.A. Restaurants

With the 2019 Kids’ Choice Awards around the corner, we’ve got the younger ones in mind this week, specifically when it comes to food. Whether you, as the parent and provider of sustenance, are at the stage where you need stroller space, are looking for a menu that’ll avoid...

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SIXTY Listens: Holly Herndon “Eternal”

A fair warning: if you don’t enjoy the jazz-inspired lyrical stylings of, say, Dirty Projectors, and you’ve always found Enya to be a little too ethereal for your tastes, you very well might not enjoy Holly Herndon’s latest track, “Eternal,” off of her PROTO album. If you do like to...

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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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Magritte Would Approve of These Outrageous Collages

In our digitized, CGI-saturated world, it’s easy to forget that collage once represented one of the original forms of trickery—think: Rene Magritte. Today, this clip-and-paste art continues to offer the ability to transport into new and impossible realms. Case in point: Aussie artist/animator Lucy Dyson. The Berlin-based creative takes...

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A Short Film for Those Who Live to Travel

There is a shared compulsion amongst frequent travelers, those who move feverishly throughout the world, forever on the hunt for new experiences. For these restless souls, freedom is found in disappearing into the midst of an unknown scene. You become not the protagonist, but an extra in the background—and...

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What To Do This Month In L.A., Miami, And NYC

Spring officially starts March 20, and SIXTY couldn’t be more excited. Because spring means, at least in our colder ports, that everyone will soon crawl out of hibernation and infuse the city with a kind of indescribably infectious energy. But let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves. A...

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SIXTY Lit: March’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...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in March

For this month’s edition of Art Beat, SIXTY’s resident art critic Rob Goyanes pulls a sundry selection of exhibitions. Digital pets, Miami shrines, and fresh presentations of artists you definitely know—and those you definitely don’t—are a few examples of what’s happening in March. Herewith, your guide to the best shows currently...

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