Broward News

We Got Issues: New Times in Print

This week's New Times feature about Scott Storch, a music mogul from Plantation, has a little bit of everything: money, cocaine, and hip-hop backdrops. Gus Garcia-Roberts looks into what made a lucrative career go horribly wrong.


Sean Pamphilon, friend of Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams, is releasing a documentary called Run Ricky Run. The film follows Ricky's quest for inner peace after he retired from the NFL in 2004 because he "couldn't bear to stop smoking pot."

John Linn stopped by SoLita, an Italian-themed "ultra lounge" on Las Olas Boulevard, and ran into plenty of Snooki look-alikes.

Lastly, in the music section, Tara Nieuwesteeg grabbed Travis Stever from Coheed and Cambria to debunk the myth that the guitarists get the most girls.

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Devin Desjarlais