In 1992 Paul Solotaroff wrote "The Skin Trade," a story for GQ about Roxbury, the famous L.A. nightclub. Looking back, Solotaroff doesn't think much of his story but I wanted to share its conclusion with you because it touches on the nature sports, celebrity and sex:
Come magazine award season, Paul Solotaroff's latest piece for Rolling Stone, "The Gangster in the Huddle" (co-authored by Ron Borges) is sure to garner some well-deserved attention:
This one is a keeper. From Men's Journal in May, 2011—“The Ferocious Life and Tragic Death of a Super Bowl Star,” by Paul Solotaroff and Rick Telander:
In case you missed it, peep Paul Solotaroff's terrific Men's Journal piece on the late Hector "Macho" Camacho. Solotaroff manages to capture the mishegoss and absurdity that was Camacho's life with empathy and humor. The story plays it straight when it could easily have become a mean, one-note take down. Instead, it's…
Last November, Paul Solotaroff wrote a great piece on the NFL's secret drug problem for Men's Journal:
Paul Solotaroff, the guy with the pecs in the above photo, lived through the age of muscle, which on one notable occasion found our hero shimmying for horny Long Island women, his dick in a Star of David rayon sling.