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Prince at First-Avenue
he played three shows tonight - Macy's, Target Center, but the best is saved for First Avenue, where he became famous and the club where Purple Rain was filmed. Three of us tried to get in, security was tight - nobody was getting in without a wristband, ticket, and an ID - we only had one of these.
The Associated Press
Sunday, July 8, 2007
MINNEAPOLIS: Prince thrilled his hometown fans with three shows over 12 hours, stopping only when police shut him down.
The Minneapolis native first performed Saturday at a department store to promote his new cologne, cramming nine songs into a 45-minute set. He then played that night at the Target Center arena. He capped the night across the street with a return to First Avenue, the club he made famous in the movie "Purple Rain."
"Minneapolis, I am home," the Purple One declared after the first song at Macy's department store.
Minnesota's governor and the Minneapolis mayor issued proclamations honoring Prince, and fans flew in from all over the country to see him.
After the Target Center, Prince waited until nearly 2:45 a.m. Sunday before starting the First Avenue show, the first time he had played at the club since 1987.
He was 15 songs and 70 minutes into a 24-song set when he announced from the stage: "The authorities say we gotta go. We always listen to the authorities. I promise I'll be back."
The club is allowed to stay open till 3 a.m. as long as liquor isn't served after 2 a.m.
Police Sgt. E.T. Nelson, watching from across the street as fans left the club, pointed to the many officers working overtime because of the event. More than 20 officers had worked to block off the streets surrounding the club and Target Center.
"I think it's very arrogant of him to think he can hold us here like this," said Nelson. "The law is the law for anybody."
First Avenue owner Byron Frank said the police talked with Prince's crew and did give the rocker a little extra time to wind it down.
"It's very sad they had to do it, because everybody was having such a wonderful time," Frank said.
Valorie - Spaghetti Dinner
After a very tiring day of work i came home and took off to the store with val to get some groceries. the plan for the night was to get stuff to make spaghetti for dinner. I have never actually cooked spaghetti from scratch but i figured it could not be that difficult. The first problem arose when we realized we didn't have big enough pot to cook the noodles in. I could of swore i had one but back to the store we went to get a cheap 15 dollar pot. Once the noodles were cooking we started the sauce. The sauce was not cooking fast enough for my liking so i turned up the heat. No one told me that the sauce would pop and fly out of the pan burning me in the process. The spaghetti turned out pretty good. Clean up on the other hand was not to much fun. For my shot of the night i wanted something pretty simple. just a head and shoulder shot. Val wasn't really up to it but once the camera started clicking she was throwing out poses left and right. I had to stop shooting or it would of turned into a full out photoshoot. It was quite a fun day with my best friend.
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