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Medicine for the Soul

The Cottage will host Pucciarelli’s Medicine Show Saturday, which will feature artwork by Lake Worth tattoo artists Leo Vendetta, Brad Cain, Scott White and Pooch. Pooch's real name is Mike Pucciarelli, the award-winning tattooist and fine artist, whose artwork and tattooing style incorporates vibrant colors and lots of detail. He also owns and operates Altered State Tattoo, where all the aforementioned artists work. All proceeds from the event will go to Nicole Pucciarelli, Pooch’s sister who has been diagnosed with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy. Funksta Medicine Hat will kick off the event with his musical medley of rock, blues, funk and reggae.
Sat., Aug. 8, 8 p.m., 2009
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