The Six Worst Places in Broward
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Have we found Joseph Kony yet? No? Check Riverfront. Seriously. It's the perfect hiding spot. There are plenty of dark crevices, no one has been there since 2003, and J-Ko loves being near the water. It soothes him (allegedly).
Riverfront is like your neighbor. It's given up. It doesn't bother to wear pants anymore and hasn't taken the mail in for eight years.
2. This CVS
This one right here on 2240 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, a mile west of the Sunrise bridge. Why is this CVS one of the worst places in Broward? Because it is the most unnecessary CVS in the history of the CVS universe. More unnecessary than the newest iTunes update and gas station receipts combined.
It used to be a Borders -- an airy, two-story bookstore overlooking Middle River. And then, you know, people stopped buying books. But instead of replacing it with a nice restaurant or museum or -- God forbid -- another bookstore, they painted that sucker white, slapped three red letters across the top, and thus the most gaudy, useless CVS ever was born.
Now the only interesting literature inside the place is instructions on the back of the herpes cream.