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In the Studio with Lucia Hierro

The bodega. For New Yorkers, these are establishments that anchor our blocks, and, in many ways, our lives. They are our most reliable neighbors, cramped and clustered stores filled with everything you need on the go or in a pinch. But all bodegas are not created equal. The items...

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SIXTY Sees: Tyler the Creator “EARFQUAKE”

For Tyler the Creator’s video for “EARFQUAKE”, the ever-surprising artist came up with a concept that’s perfect mid-century cringe. An inept talk show host—one Tracee Ellis Ross perhaps borrowing inspiration from Zach Galifianakis’s spoof interview series, Between Two Ferns—introduces Tyler the Creator’s act. From here on, it’s his show. Standing...

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The Best Coffee in NYC, According to SIXTY

There’s nothing worse than a bitter brew, especially when you’re so often giving up a small ransom for the cream and coffee that ends up in your cup. To respect those refined taste buds, you’d be well advised to seek out the best—no small feat in NYC, where chains camp...

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3 Reasons to Join Us for Jazz Night at Make Believe

New York City has a long and storied history with jazz. Since the middle of the 20th century, musical giants like Duke Ellington, Buddy Rich, and Billy Strayhorn have graced stages uptown, downtown, and everywhere in between. While jazz wasn’t invented here (that credit belongs to New Orleans), New...

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20th Century American Through the Lens of Bruce Davidson

For the better part of seven decades, photographer Bruce Davidson, now 85 years old, has been capturing America’s grittier side with an unflinching honesty. His portraits, often of fringe characters infrequently placed into the spotlight, feel candid and in-the-moment. Davidson captures his subjects in privileged moments—those brief seconds when...

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SIXTY Listens: FKA twigs “Cellophane”

FKA twigs, thrust plum into the spotlight during a very public courtship with Robert Pattinson, became fodder for a gossip mill one wouldn’t imagine the artist/musician ever had eyes for. The relationship dissolved in 2017, and twigs didn’t release much in terms of music. Now, seven years since the...

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Meet the Two Men Behind L.A.’s Most Stunning Concept Store

Please Do Not Enter, an expanding mini-chain of exquisitely curated concept stores in Downtown Los Angeles, fills its spaces with items that defy the store’s very title. Sit here, look there, smell this, hold that, try this on: every product is an invitation to admire, engage, and—if you’re wise—purchase....

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Art Beat: 6 Exhibitions to See in May

For this May edition of Art Beat, SIXTY chooses a series of exhibitions in New York and Los Angeles that include little-known artists as well as hip-hop moguls. From monumental abstract sculptures to photos taken by a French philosopher, here are some must-see exhibitions. Herewith, your guide to the best shows...

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

April showers bring May flowers, and May itself brings more than enough to do. Cultural events are springing up all over the place this month. To help you navigate the abundance of things to do, SIXTY’s resident culture writer Scott Heins selects six top-notch happenings in New York and...

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6 NYC Bars and Restaurants Made Famous on Film

Tribeca Film Festival 2019 is officially underway and SIXTY’s got food on the brain—well, food as it relates to cinema, to be more specific. New York City has long been favored by Hollywood dreamweavers as a striking backdrop and a character in its own right, integral to the story...

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