R.I.P. Prince (1958—2016)

I can recall a time when my Prince albums weren’t safe to leave lying around the house. As a teenager—having moved from the endless possibilities of a city like L.A. to the small-town realities of a rural town in Oregon—I worshipped at the altar of Prince Rogers Nelson, mostly for everything that made my parents … Continue reading R.I.P. Prince (1958—2016)