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Chris Force

Chris Force is the editor-in-chief of Sixtysix Magazine.

Highlights from the 2021 Chicago Auto Show

Highlights from the 2021 Chicago Auto Show

The first big auto show of the year is on in Chicago. The 2021 Chicago Auto Show, which normally happens in February, runs for 5 days (down from 10) from July 15 to July 19. and is about half the size. I ran through a quick preview today, and it’s easy to call out the...
Cosmoscapes: Ink Paintings by Tai Xiangzhou

Cosmoscapes: Ink Paintings by Tai Xiangzhou

Tai Xiangzhou (泰祥洲) is a Chinese ink painter from Beijing. His current exhibition, Cosmoscapes, is on view now at the Art Institute of Chicago. It’s fantastic. Tai was born in 1968 in Yinchuan. He earned a doctorate degree from Tsinghua University—a school many refer...
The Power of Creativity in a Post-Pandemic World

The Power of Creativity in a Post-Pandemic World

Many of us now find ourselves fully vaccinated and are busy plotting our exhilarating return to our pre-pandemic lifestyles: hangs with family and friends, eating out, exercising out, drinking out, partying out—a long list of anything and everything that can be done...
Kingston Custom on Building Air-Cooled BMWs

Kingston Custom on Building Air-Cooled BMWs

After a 230-plus trophy career racing motocross Dirk Oehlerking changed the format of his passion for motorcycles—he went from racing them to customizing them. Since 1985, when he became the German champion and went to the World Cup in Spain, he’s built Harleys,...
Made for Traveling: The Best Designed Hotels in 2021

Made for Traveling: The Best Designed Hotels in 2021

The world is still out there, ready to be explored. From Shaharut, Israel to El Chaltén, Argentina, here are some of the best designed hotels in 2021.   1. Camp Sarika in Canyon Point, Utah Ten tented pavilions brilliantly engineered by Tom Avant at Iron Rock...
Eny Lee Parker on Paying the Bills and Breaking the Mold

Eny Lee Parker on Paying the Bills and Breaking the Mold

Eny Lee Parker grew up in São Paulo and moved to LA when she was 13 years old. There she was reunited with her Korean mother who didn’t speak Portuguese, but with the help of friends she learned Korean and then English. “I had a typical immigrant experience in LA. I...