Current and Past Issues of PureHoney

Published on March 22nd, 2021

I’m Still Here by Abel Folgar In times of turmoil, art is a powerful tool. Be it as a coping mechanism or as an agent »

Published on March 5th, 2021

Blank Slate Features Art that Spotlights Mental Health by David Rolland “All of the isolation and loneliness that people feel has only been exacerbated over »

Published on January 31st, 2021

by Olivia Feldman An artist used to working alone, painter Carol Prusa turned to printmaking in 2020 — a year notable for enforced isolation — »

Published on January 31st, 2021

by Tim Moffatt Free range artist space is not a new concept. Question any boomer on the subject and you’ll most likely get a lecture »

Published on January 31st, 2021

by Tim Moffatt Beautiful, fragrant flowers grow from the refuse and detritus of carbon-based life forms; it’s the circle of life. However, as human beings »

Published on June 5th, 2020

You there! That’s right, you! Do you find yourself petrified by the imminent threats of a virally toxic outside world? Do you feel you are »

Published on June 3rd, 2020

“Stay home, listen to records, make something cool,” says Scott Sugiuchi. Now, that’s the kind of canned line you expect to hear from some New »

Published on March 3rd, 2020

A craft-beer drinker in the male-dominated world of micro brews, Frances Antonio-Martineau decided a few years back that she wanted to address the gender imbalance »

Published on March 2nd, 2020

If there is a growing consciousness away from self-absorption and toward an understanding of our fates as shared, events like Up-Cycle are one way this »

Published on January 20th, 2020

South Florida music fans, let your folk flag fly: The Where I’m Bound Folk Festival visits West Palm Beach on February 1 for a full »

Published on December 27th, 2019

When something goes well, like say, a movie, the parties responsible tend to want a follow-up. A sequel if you will. That can take some »

Published on September 14th, 2019

Once upon a time, the worlds of burlesque, alternative rock and nerdy pop culture were galaxies apart, separated by sub culture like the food groups »