Search warrant reveals Prince obtained prescription drugs through confidant

We’re going on a year of mourning Prince, and a new report drawn from search warrants of the late music legend’s Paisley Park estate illuminates the circumstances leading up to his premature death. Minneapolis/St. Paul NBC affiliate KARE has details from the recently unsealed documents, which reveal that prescription…

Prince was developing a reality show with Netflix before his death

Prince’s home, Paisley Park, was opened to his fans after the legendary artist’s death earlier this year, making them privy to things they might not have seen before. But GQ reports that the late icon already had something just as potentially illuminating in the works—a Netflix reality show about his compound. The…

Paisley Park will party like it’s 1999 with 4-day Prince celebration

Prince’s home turned museum, Paisley Park, will be the site of a nearly weeklong celebration of the late icon’s life next year. Rolling Stone reports there will be four-day event consisting of live music, panel discussions about his inarguable greatness, and more beginning April 20, 2017. The festival, fittingly named…

Prince’s Paisley Park will open for tourists in October

Ever since Prince’s death in April, there’s been an ongoing conversation about what would become of his famous Paisley Park estate. The assumption so far has been that the Chanhassen, Minnesota compound—where the musician and actor both lived, and recorded multiple albums worth of music in his private studio—would be…

Read This: Prince protégée Judith Hill describes an infamous final flight

As the legend surrounding Prince’s shocking death in April 2016 continues to grow and evolve, one particularly grim chapter of the saga is beginning to come into focus. Mere days before the end of his life, the reclusive musician was flying in a private jet from Atlanta back to Paisley Park in Minnesota when he…

Read This: The long-time pain pill addiction that might have killed Prince

Prince’s death in April continues to baffle his fans. Slowly, a narrative seems to be emerging from the few details about his life that have leaked out in the past few weeks. The Minneapolis musician may have been suffering from a super-secret addiction to painkillers, one brought on by his chronic hip problems after…

Read This: Prince’s personal chefs talk about what the reclusive musician ate

Even though he was small of stature, Prince was such a larger-than-life figure in the public imagination that he seemed superhuman or even supernatural. For fans, it might be odd to think of him doing “normal” things like eating to survive. But his shocking death last week has brought Prince’s mortality into sharp…

Read This: Prince has never really gotten the hang of this whole internet thing

Cell phones are not allowed at Paisley Park, Prince’s studio complex outside Minneapolis. Even fans who pay $250 for VIP tickets to his shows there will have their phones confiscated by staffers. Such is the troubled, complicated relationship between His Royal Badness and everyday modern technology, as detailed in an…