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Prince’s Pet Doves Went Silent After He Died

Earlier this week, the Today show sent Al Roker to Prince’s Paisley Park compound, just ahead of the place opening up for public tours for the first time ever. There was so much to process in that Today segment that we somehow missed a fascinating bit of trivia. Prince apparently had two pet doves, who […]
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