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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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Enter the New Home of Miami’s Best Cuban Sandwich

When you’re in Miami and you want Cuban food, you head to Calle Ocho. Located in Little Havana, the street is known for its cigars, coffee, and, of course, giant roosters. And, as of this month, it’s where you’ll find the new permanent residence of the newly beloved Sanguich...

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At the Table with Night + Market’s Kris Yenbamroong

In some ways, Night + Market seems inevitable. Kris Yenbamroong, its chef and founder, grew up in the kitchen of his family’s restaurant. Talesai was sleek, sexy, upmarket–a place Yenbamroong’s father, then a banker, could bring his banker friends to. It was a Sunset Boulevard staple that, at its...

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SIXTY Lit: October’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 October

As the “season” picks up, one can be put off by the petty, repellant parts of the art world: cliquey openings, too-sweet champagne, gross excesses of money held by questionable figures. However, resident art critic Rob Goyanes is here to wade through the trash and pick out the gems....

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

September went by quickly now, didn’t it? October having officially taken over, we are in the thick of the fall cultural calendar–with almost too much on offer. Our advice: milk what’s left of these warm-ish days and take advantage of everything available to you. This month, SIXTY writer Scott...

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The Interrogator with Luz Ortiz

The work of jewelry designer Luz Ortiz—her loops of gold, drops of silver, spheres of polished stone—looks less fashioned by hand than it does harvested from nature itself. Her inspirational cues are taken from, as she puts it, “organic geometry,” with influences from architecture, modern art, and industrial design....

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SIXTY Sees: Angèle “Jalousie”

You might not have heard of Belgian singer Angèle yet, but we imagine that you will. The stunning, humor-inclined 22-year-old blonde brings to mind young Taylor Swift and ’90s Mandy Moore–only better. (The snobbiest of us won’t need to feel quite as guilty for indulging.) Her video for “Jalousie,”...

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The Interrogator with Jae Joseph

The word “curator” gets bandied about liberally these days, employed and heard at a frequency that foreshadows inevitable meaninglessness. A skill set once reserved for the upper echelon of salaried tastemakers — proto-influencers, if you prefer — today, everyone with an opinion and an Instagram account can lay claim to the...

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SIXTY Listens: Disclosure “Moonlight”

As we sit in the afterglow of the New York Fashion Week whirlwind, there seems no better a song to bring ourselves (slowly, very slowly) back to reality than this smoldering gem from Disclosure. “Moonlight” arrived late last month, one of a handful of singles released by the Lawrence...

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