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LA’s Hottest Young Chefs Are at Far East Plaza

Whether you’re coming from a late-night show downtown or perhaps out for an afternoon food jaunt, nothing could be better than finding yourself in LA’s Far East Plaza, the coolest mall food court on the planet. The outside looks like an abandoned 1980s shopping center, but inside lives some of our...

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The Interrogator with Amanda Keeley

Amanda Keeley runs EXILE Books, a nomadic installation of artist tomes that will soon have a permanent home in Little Haiti in addition to its traveling projects. A former manager of Printed Matter and Yoko Ono’s studio, Keeley has applied all her practices—curator, writer, and artist—to the mission of EXILE since 2014....

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SIXTY Sees: Max Cooper’s “Waves”

For “Waves,” the latest track from London-based producer Max Cooper, visual creatives Kevin McGloughlin and Fender Rhodes came onboard to help the musician further articulate a vision of the idea surrounding natural law and all its symmetries. The result is a striking video of bold graphics and mesmerizing animation rendered...

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The Interrogator with Helen Levi

Brooklyn-based ceramicist Helen Levi deals in the kind of perfect imperfection that is wholly aligned with the aesthetic of today. Each piece, made out of her light-filled industrial studio in Red Hook, is unique and bespoke. Lines waver, paint drips, colors meld. Levi’s work is the antithesis of mass...

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SIXTY Listens: Lully “Slow D’s”

In an era marked by oversharing, it’s a remarkable thing to maintain any semblance of mystery. But that’s precisely what London producer Lully has achieved–as of yet a faceless name on the Aesop label roster. Lully’s recently released track, “Slow D’s,” is beautifully warped electro-pop, simultaneously masculine and feminine,...

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Form and Figuration: The LA Fall Art Roundup

Forget that Halloween is around the corner and it’s still 85 degrees out. Chronic overheating or no, it’s technically fall in Los Angeles and that means the art world is back from summer recess and in fighting form. Whether you’re into the bold name shows at bigger museums or...

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LA’s Tastiest Riffs on Poké

If you’ve been in Los Angeles for more than ten minutes, chances are someone has talked to you about poké, Hawaii’s version of street food–when the “street” is a line of gleaming sand sloping down to the Pacific. In the past few years, the poké invasion has reached every...

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On the Road with Bleached

There is something familiar about Bleached. Maybe it’s the dyed hair, the acid wash jeans, the smeared eyeliner. Maybe it’s the Ramones-like knack for subversive anthems, the grime of The Gun Club, the compulsive catchiness of The Go-Gos. The LA trio–comprised of sisters Jennifer and Jessie Clavin and bassist...

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Catch a Flick at LA’s Most Iconic Theaters

There are plenty of arguments against going to see a movie while traveling. Sure, you could see the same movie at home, and sure, it’s two hours of your trip spent in a dark, windowless room. But seeing a movie in Los Angeles is kind of like going to...

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The Interrogator with Didier Lerebours

The defeatist phrase “Print is dead” is an argument that’s been building in strength since the advent of the internet. It is evidenced in the sharply angled graphs denoting billions of dollars lost, in the journalist layoffs and shuttered publications, in the soul-crushing success of online clickbait articles that cost...

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