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AFROPUNK FEST BROOKLYN

29/09/2016 Honeysuckle 0

By: Kareemah Muhammad During the last weekend in August, Brooklyn was filled with laughter, soul and vibes that were contagious at the 2016 Afropunk Festival.  Thousands gathered at this music festival in Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry […]

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Queen of Hearts

24/09/2016 Honeysuckle 1

Queen of Hearts Tell us about your connection to the Queen of Hearts. I discovered the Queen of Hearts dress in a window shop downtown one evening a couple of years ago here in Eugene, […]

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FRECKLES FILM

18/09/2016 Honeysuckle 0

First-time filmmaker, Denise Papas Meechan, came out with her first short this year, ‘FRECKLES.’ The film, “a response to the cultural beauty standards of women,” is highly relatable to any man or woman who has […]

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The Rialto Report

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Join us join Ashley West and April Hall, founders of The Rialto Report, documenting the golden age of the adult industry in New York City and beyond (approx. 1970’s- mid-80’s.)   The Rialto Report from Honeysuckle […]

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A Glamour of Bones A Deadly Illusion

13/09/2016 Honeysuckle 1

Photo Tracy S Sydor www.tracysydor.com   Poem By Moxie Mc Murder The seduction begins early The curves of womanhood work against you The need for control grows Fighting against each beautiful bump Fleshy and weak […]

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Big Vision Empty Wallet Distribution Lab

21/06/2016 Honeysuckle 0

Big Vision Empty wallet founders, Dani Leonard and Alex Cirillo, are helping break the current cycle of white men starring/writing/directing/producing the media content that we see daily, by hosting an all day distribution lab. But […]

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Hex Gear Hex Detroit

18/06/2016 Honeysuckle 0

Photos: Lisa Spindler Resiliency, manufacturing and survival. These things easily describe Detroit. Born from the ashes of the city’s rich industrial history, Jesse Stefani, a third generation metal smith launched his own edgy retail line […]

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Shruti Ganguly’s Women in Film/Entertainment

04/06/2016 Honeysuckle 0

  Last night’s ongoing series of Shruti Ganguly’s Women in Film/Entertainment: From Script to Screen was informative and inspiring.  Ganguly (a writer, producer and director) curated an amazing all-female panel of brilliant and accomplished filmmakers consisting of writers, directors, executives, […]

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THE TAROT LADY: Theresa Reed

27/05/2016 Honeysuckle 3

Cover Photo: n0cturbulous   Over here at Honeysuckle, we are in love with the esoteric. Find us a tarot reader, we’ll get a reading, see a psychic?  Sign us up. It’s one of our favorite forms of exploration […]

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Mizz June on Gay Marriage

25/05/2016 Honeysuckle 1

Mizz June is a woman. Mizz June is black. Mizz June is an artist. Mizz June is trans. In this video Mizz June talks with us about the Gay Marriage bill and some of the […]

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Marche du Nain Rouge, Detroit

25/05/2016 Honeysuckle 0

    We were fortunate enough to team up with Doner D/Construct, in Detroit for this insightful interview with Francis Grunow, founder of Marche du Nain Rouge, Detroit.     doner d/construct Marche du Nain Rouge 

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Stylez Away

23/05/2016 Honeysuckle 0

Jerome Joyce interviews NY raised, LA based singer, song writer and producer, R&B artist Christ Stylez before his performance at the Soho House, NYC in May.  Photos Sam C. Long Jerome: I was recently asked to […]

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GUCCI MAMMA

22/05/2016 Honeysuckle 0

          Model: Sabrina Passuntino @sabpass Photos: Sam C. Long Makeup: Stella Bouzakis

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FUCKING NEW YORK OFFICIAL LAUNCH

21/05/2016 Honeysuckle 1

Nikola Tamindzic’s official launch party for Fucking New York, at Soho’s The Hub. May 19, 2016. Fucking New York from Honeysuckle Magazine on Vimeo. Order yours today!  fuckingnewyork.com

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The Cure

20/05/2016 Honeysuckle 0

The Cure By John C. Adams After Brett Flint became a father to twin boys, his deformed frame struggled to keep up with his exhausting workload. The farm was going to wrack and ruin. His […]

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PERSPECTIVES: VIEWS ON FESTIVAL CULTURE

19/05/2016 Honeysuckle 0

  In our ongoing collaboration with D\CONSTRUCT, Detroit, and now The New Tropic, Miami, we explore what makes people tick in the world of festivals.   We got with some of our baddest babes –  partiers and promotors […]