Washington Post

What would Prince want? Two years later, his estate is a mess and his legacy unclear.

AP/Liu Heung Shing

CHANHASSEN, Minn. - Near Influence Hallway, past Paisley Park's platinum album-lined entry, our tour group is led to Prince's inner sanctum, a two-story atrium painted sky blue with clouds - his take on heaven. A trio of doves flutter in an ornate cage. They don't cry. They coo.

The late artist's residence and recording complex sprawls alongside a well-traveled highway, 20 miles from downtown Minneapolis, a sterile white edifice that resembles a suburban office park more than the personal Eden of a superfunkycalifragisexy genius...

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