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Hamilton and The Color Purple honored Prince from the stage last night on Broadway:
Prince was a top musician, but his performance of gender and sexuality was virtuosic:
"Little Red Corvette" is the greatest, deepest song ever written about one-night stands:
24 of the most outrageous, delightful stories about Prince that may or may not be true:
this already-hilarious description of sotomayor's reaction is even better with a visual aid…
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The time Prince beat MJ at ping-pong, + four other signature moments of their rivalry:
The world reacted to Prince's death, and the outpouring of love was real:
Prince was one of pop music's greatest champions of women:
That one time Michael Jackson told James Brown to invite Prince on stage:
Whoa, whoa, whoa, Andrew Jackson is not, in fact, getting kicked off the $20 bill:
Ted Cruz bravely speaks out against “putting little girls in a bathroom with grown men”
Questlove narrates the time he threw Prince a party—and got booted from the DJ booth:
There is no Bernie Sanders movement:
This @nytimes story on the Queen's 90th birthday is so, so bad:
Why conservatives have learned nothing from Kansas's disastrous tax cuts
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Beyoncé's 10 greatest Beyoncés of all time:
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Who’s dead and who’s alive on @GameOfThrones? Test your memory before Season 6.
Team Trump to GOP Leaders: Don’t worry, it’s all just an act, really, trust us.
Watch Prince’s final live performance of “Purple Rain”:
That essay by a destitute journalist is an old story: The sad, broke, literary man.
Scientists "wept" at the latest tragic data on climate change. It'll make you angry:
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