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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in January

What will the year 2020 mean for art? If these exhibitions in New York and Los Angeles are any indication, expect a lot of discovery and rediscovery: artists from the past that have been forgotten or deserve reappraisal, artists from places that aren’t New York or L.A., and those...

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What to Do This Month in New York City and L.A.

New decade, new year, new month. There is plenty to celebrate as we start 2020. And, with this handy guide courtesy of SIXTY’s resident culture writer in hand, you’ll have plenty of things to do. Herewith, your guide to January. NEW YORK CITY: New York City in January can...

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Crafting Finer Interiors with Hawkins New York

If you, like this writer, are a child of the 1980s, you will likely think back on kitchens and living rooms filled with objects procured, willy nilly, from Macy’s, Bloomingdales, JCPenney, and the HomeGoods store. In those days, good taste was something that felt remote and far away, reserved...

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Where to Score the Best Ramen in Los Angeles

While the exact birthplace of ramen is up for debate, one thing is certain: Los Angeles nails it when it comes to this famed bowl of noodles and broth. When the cold—or, frankly, less balmy—winds of a West Coast winter descend, there is nothing more satisfying than some ramen....

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The Sound of SIXTY LES: A Year in Musical Guests

Of all our properties, SIXTY LES is arguably the most regularly frequented by the musical set. Whether they’re traveling in town for concerts, parties, or promotions, our Lower East Side outpost has hosted the likes of everyone from Khalid to Normani. Twenty-nineteen has been a wild ride, and to give you...

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The Most Iconic Restaurants in the West Village

There are few streets in New York City as wonderfully rambling as those that you’ll find in the West Village. Here, the grid is thrown out in favor of corridors that amble in strange angles, stopping and starting at their own convenience. While that makes for a bit of...

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DJ and Entrepreneur Vikas Sapra Knows Music

Velvet-roped clubs. Hidden underground warehouses. NYC-based DJ Vikas Sapra knows that a good party knows no single location. Adaptability has long been his strong suit. Sapra spent his career moving fluidly between scenes in NYC and beyond. He’s done the Art Basel and Coachella circuits, but he’s also had...

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Justine D. Creates a NYE-Inspired Playlist for Butterfly 

New Year’s Eve demands the very best: the best booze, the best friends, the best music. The expectations are high, but—if you play your cards right—you can certainly meet them. When it comes to soundtracks, NYC-based DJ Justine D. knows exactly what to do. She’s helped create the musical...

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The Exquisite Eye of Egg Collective

Good taste is a strange thing to define, being that it is, technically, subjective. But there are those few who are the lucky benefactors of, by and large, unanimous support. Their eye is undeniable, and what they touch accepted as an indication and validation of true beauty. Egg Collective,...

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Dive Into Sweater Weather with This Clever Short Film

The cold always complicates matters; in summer we are all so close to the world, skin to skin. For his recent animated short, director Zilai Feng took inspiration from Julio Cortazar’s short story, Don’t You Blame Anyone, which describes a man putting on a sweater in great detail. Feng’s film...

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