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In the Studio with Leah Ring of Another Human

A lot of words come to mind when appraising the work of Leah Ring. “Joyful” is one of them. “Electric” is another. The pieces the L.A.-based designer creates within her studio, Another Human, are ecstatic takes on the utilitarian. Here, a piece of furniture—a chair, a lamp, a coffee...

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Lloyd Ziff’s ‘DESIRE’ Is the Coffee Table Book You Need

There are few duos that seem to embody the spirit of Lower Manhattan during the 1960s than Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe. As wondrous in their beauty as in their talent, the two icons were voices of their generation, communicating the grit and tension of their time in words...

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At the Bar with Butterfly’s Jesse Anholt

Patrons slink through a well-heeled crowd and slip into velvet couches. Seductive photos from Sante D’Orazio hang alongside winged works from Damien Hirst. The Cure hums overhead. This is the stage for SIXTY SoHo’s Butterfly, a sexy little spot from nightlife guru Nur Khan (Rose Bar, Kenmare, Don Hill’s)...

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Butterfly Playlist Vol. 1: DJ Nick Marc

Indie, rock, ‘60s garage, soul, electro, punk—punk and post, if we’re being specific: DJ Nick Marc plays it all, so long as the “all” in question keeps the night moving. A music mainstay since arriving to New York City in the 1990s, Marc made a name for himself spinning...

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SIXTY Listens: Brittany Howard “Stay High”

Brittany Howard, the raspy-voiced frontwoman of Alabama Shakes, has been getting tons of buzz for her first solo album, Jaime. (If you’re someone who puts stock in “Best of” lists, it’s been making the rounds as one of the top records of 2019.) The whole thing is a joyful, foot-tapping...

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On Stage with Comedian Khalil Walker

Sometimes it seems like no other city on earth is as ripe for comedy as New York. Its notoriously tight quarters and trying conditions make it a breeding ground for humor—a necessary release from the things that could, when thought about too hard or taken too seriously, drive you...

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at 1970s California

Eighteen years ago, in 2001, California-born photographer Michael Jang, then fifty  years old, submitted an unsolicited catalogue of photographs taken during the 1970s and ’80s to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art for consideration. The museum had a policy which encouraged such submissions, though very rarely did anything...

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In the Studio with Drew Seskunas of SAW.EARTH

It is easy, when walking through city streets, to become numb to the usual shapes taking their usual order. There, a rectangular building made of stone and steel. Here, a park of trees blowing in the breeze. The things you see, natural and manmade alike, can feel limited to...

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What to Do This Month in NYC and Los Angeles

Summer’s in the rearview friends. Time to embrace whatever autumn brings. Our resident culture writer Scott Heins has selected six of the best events happening this October, from dream pop performances to a marathon of timeless creepy camp. Oh, and a food festival. It’s a feast this month, literally...

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in October

For this month’s edition of Art Beat, SIXTY has selected shows in New York and Los Angeles that includes mugshots, bagels, and bats. What can we say? It’s a weird and wonderful art world this time of year. Herewith, your guide to the best shows happening this October. NEW...

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