Features

In Spirit with Third Eye Film Festival

13/10/2017 Jaime Lubin 0

There’s always magic in the movies, but nothing truly transports you like Third Eye Film Festival. Founders Darian Brenner and Namu Desai celebrated their unique program’s inaugural series last year with a spectacular array of […]

Art

THE FACE OF DETROIT by Bruce Giffin

25/09/2017 Honeysuckle 0

In our HOME issue, we featured photographer Bruce Giffin’s poignant, heartrending collection “The Face of Detroit.” Shot over 30 years, this project – focused on capturing genuine slices of life from Detroit’s homeless and street […]

Features

Community Pains

03/09/2017 Jean Decay 0

Latinx drag performer Jean Decay discusses the LGBTQ community’s growing pains as social media ups the ante in racial, sexual, and identity politics across the board. In the global society, it’s vital for everyone to […]

Features

Black Art is My Story

30/08/2017 Honeysuckle 0

By Nicole Goodwin When I think of being an artist I cannot help but rupture into the fragile struggles I have had to face in my own life. My struggle to define myself as a […]

Bars

Tales from The Bar: FAKE IDs and WANNABES

29/08/2017 Honeysuckle 0

Joanna Leban, bartender extraordinaire at New York’s legendary East Village watering hole Doc Holliday’s (East 9th Street and Avenue A), is back with another intoxicating story for Honeysuckle’s readers. All names have been changed, but don’t let […]

Art

Artist Feature: Sarah Haviland

28/08/2017 Naomi Rosenblatt 0

Emma Haviland-Blunk, a senior at Swarthmore College, writes about the influence of her mother’s sculpture on her life and feminism. My mother, Sarah Haviland, has always been a source of strength for me—her ceaseless impulse […]

Features

Women in Food—the chat continues

22/08/2017 Naomi Rosenblatt 0

Shari Drewett and M.K. Washko, two married New Yorkers, continue the conversation that was featured in HERS (Honeysuckle Summer 2017) about their bistro on 9th Avenue, Better Being 940, and their life together. Naomi: Seriously, how […]

Features

Jean Decay: Visible Femininity

19/08/2017 Honeysuckle 0

Latinax drag performer Jean Decay talks Tina Fey, being raised by women, the fluidity of femininity, and why it’s so important to see ourselves reflected in TV and entertainment. I always said that I felt […]

Features

The Double Tug

18/08/2017 Honeysuckle 0

Illustration by: Lee Brozgol Written by: Leah Wells The subway car that opened its doors at Astoria Boulevard was deserted, but I had my guitar to keep me company. The rehearsal with my duet partner, a […]

Features

Bell of Amherst

05/08/2017 Jaime Lubin 0

From The Walking Dead to Dallas, Emma Bell has lit up our TV screens playing strong, self-assured women who defy extraordinary circumstances. But one of her greatest recent challenges was embodying an American icon, poet Emily Dickinson, […]

Features

Women Calling the Shots: NYWIFT At 40

03/08/2017 Emily Ferrara 0

For 40 years, one acronym has symbolized the power of women within the entertainment industry. NYWIFT (New York Women in Film and Television) is the preeminent association responsible for energizing the careers of female directors, […]