Broward News

We Got Issues: New Times in Print

​In this week's print edition of New Times, a South Florida dominatrix tells of the dirty deeds clients begged her to do to them. 

For slightly less adventurous South Floridians looking for a different kind of rub, restaurant critic John Linn recommends Sheila's Famous Barbecue, Conch, and More on South J Street in Lake Worth.

In the music section, Christine Borges chats with Cobra Starship, the power pop band that has a South Florida connection and an impish sense of humor.

Sometimes a stage performance is great enough to make an audience love an unloveable character, and that Brandon K. Thorp finds that quality in actress Beth Dixon, who shines in Three Tall Women, playing at Palm Beach Dramaworks.

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Thomas Francis