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“8 ½” Meets SIXTY Collective

The official poster of the 67th Cannes Film Festival, which just bowed, took the face of style and movie icon Marcello Mastroianni as its black-and-white image mascot (the poster image is a still from Federico Fellini’s 8 ½, which was the festival’s Official Selection in ’63). And wouldn’t you...

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The Interrogator with Celia Rowlson-Hall

If you haven’t seen New York filmmaker and choreographer Celia Rowlson-Hall’s insanely comedic, highly satirical, tragically spot-on spoof vid on the auditioning process, you are missing out. Combining dry humor with outrageous physicality, Hall adds a much-needed dash of art to humdrum piles of YouTube videos clogging up the...

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Tim Barber’s “Relations”

Young New York photographers often find themselves documenting life with a sort of blunt honesty, a creative and compulsory obligation to a city that is, despite the proliferation of Starbucks and Anthropologies, still a gritty enough place. The results are often a grainy, almost forced-upon madness, where kids are...

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The Interrogator with Michael Godere

Fresh off the debut of Loitering with Intent at the Tribeca Film Festival (starring Marisa Tomei and Sam Rockwell, in case you were wondering) we thought actors/writers Ivan Martin and Michael Godere were the perfect way to kick off our Interrogator series, where we—in our own Proustian way—attempt to...

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The Interrogator with Ivan Martin

Introducing actor, writer, and creative powerhouse Ivan Martin, collaborator with Michael Godere in the film Loitering with Intent, with a cast that includes Sam Rockwell and Marisa Tomei, which recently debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival. In this Proustian-like questionnaire, SIXTY attempts to peel back the layers to reach...

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The Return of Empire Diner

Despite the fact the iconic Empire Diner takes up what is now a quite valuable piece of real estate on the edges of Chelsea, the establishment remains a stronghold in the neighborhood. It has gone through multiple transformations since its 1946 inception, yo-yoing between abandonment and resurrection over the...

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He is…the Most Interesting Man in the World

In a new updated coffee table book, Oscar de la Renta opens his photo albums for an exclusive peek behind the hedgerow inside his ridiculously sexy-time environs.You got to love Oscar de la Renta. The Dominican Republic-born couturier and world-class Renaissance man has always made it look chic, easy,...

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The Interrogator with Cary Mosier

In a space that blends a muted industrialism with a natural palate befitting a beachside community, diners of Café Gratitude’s Venice outpost are invited to share in a different kind of eating experience. From the communal tables to the naming of each dish (“Nourished” for French toast, “Connected” for...

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SIXTY Eats: Charlie Bird

It’s 5:17 on a rather blustery day in New York; patience is no small feat. But, as many can well attest, a true testament to a new restaurant is always the absurd willingness of its guests to wait… whether the restaurant is opened or not. And wait we will....

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Navy: A Street Urchin Worth Adopting

In a sea of waxing and then waning French bistros and Northern Italian cafes that roll in waves upon downtown Manhattan’s shores, there’s a refreshing air to Navy, a newish neighborhood joint on SoHo’s still-sleepy Sullivan Street. A few month’s in, it already has its sea legs. No surprise,...

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