Al Goldstein, onetime Pompano Beach resident and publisher of Screw magazine, died Thursday at a nursing home in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. He was 77. Goldstein was a pioneer of smut mags when he introduced Screw in 1968 to a world in which porno magazines had to be sold under the guise of "class" and ... More >>
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