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How did Prince make history today?

Prince made history today. Is it: A) The anniversary of the release of his first album? B) The day he changed his name to a symbol? C) His birthday? Click on the headline above for the answer...
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C) It's his his birthday today! Happy 54 Mr. Nelson!

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