Current and Past Issues of PureHoney

Published on July 3rd, 2014

Swede Fest 3 Palm Beach Crazy Cult Film Festival Returns with More Bad Movies Made by Good People During swede fest™ 3 palm beach It’s »

Published on July 2nd, 2014

The Musical Box The Musical Box resurrects Peter Gabriel-era Genesis Not many know that the prog-pop band Genesis has a tribute act based in Canada »

Published on June 22nd, 2014

RedEYE Reboot Raw energy, creative madness, and a showcase of street art are underway for the forthcoming RedEYE. Now in its ninth year, the artsy »

Published on June 21st, 2014

PEEMONSTER “Thank you for seeing my art! I, PeeMonster, am based in California and draw to communicate when I can’t find the words. My art »

Published on June 21st, 2014

Little Haiti Rock City Though a building may still stand, there is something to be said about the soul of a place. Local filmmakers Franco »

Published on June 21st, 2014

What’s the Buzz? A sweet and savory collection of local art with an important cause beehind it, “What’s All the Buzz About?” is a fundraising »

Published on June 18th, 2014

Lost is More at Space Mountain With the recent change in ownership at Churchill’s, local free-wheeling musicians and performances artists are on the lookout for »

Published on April 20th, 2014

THE HUKILAU SAYS ‘ALOHA’ BUT NOT GOODBYE IN 2014 In Hawaii, aloha can mean both hello and goodbye. For the annual Polynesian Pop gathering that »

Published on April 13th, 2014

Art for Space Nerds: A nerd walks into a dark bar and orders a Synthehol. He’s wearing a shirt that says Star Trek: The Next »

Published on March 6th, 2014

KYLE SMILE Kyle Hess A.K.A. Kyle Smile just might be willing to tackle any art form. Lately, he’s been painting murals at friends’ houses around »

Published on March 5th, 2014

Let’s party the American Sweatshop way. This Fort Lauderdale-based artist collective –illustrators, filmmakers and musicians– sprung up 2 years ago in hopes to showcase underrepresented »

Published on March 5th, 2014

Somewhere between Highlights Magazine and Touch n’ Feel books on the “for kids” publication hierarchy lies a childhood classic, the Pop-Up Book. Pop-Up Funk (popupfunk.com) »