Concerts

The Purehoney Sixth Issue Party on February 25 at Propaganda

In the current media and musical climate, it takes guts — or another, more rude-to-reference body part — to launch a straight-up print magazine focused on the local scene. Yet if anyone's equipped to make it successful, it's Steve Rullman, the man behind the Honeycomb, one of the area's best show promotion companies and free listings website. So far, Rullman seems to be making a go of it. He celebrates the sixth issue of Purehoney magazine this Saturday at Propaganda. Performers include names familiar to followers of the magazine and regulars at the venue, among them Lake Worth troubadour John Ralston and South Floridians in St. Augustine exile the Dewars. As a bonus, part of the door take goes to another local music-related nonprofit, Inspirit. It takes live music to Palm Beach County residents in shelters, daycare centers, nursing homes, hospitals, and more.

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Arielle Castillo
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