• The Soultown mobile travels to Chanhassen, Minnesota to see the Paisley Park mansion and to pay respects to Prince
• Just Call Me Tyra breaks down how and why your vote counts.
In an absolute must-read, Chillin takes us on a fantastic tour through Paisley Park and the memories prompted by the music, which was the soundtrack of her youth and shares advice for anyone traveling that can ease any stress and help you to enjoy the journey.
Just Call Me Tyra provided us with a much-needed reminder about the School House Rock song playing in my subconscious and definitively explaining how our votes DO matter.
Off the Cuff joins Big Q and Ms. Gab for advice, feedback, and a breath of fresh air while we Leave It Up To Steve to take on some loud neighbors with a little tongue-in-cheek tact and diplomacy.
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