Come as you are

Eleven years after his death, Kurt Cobain's hometown has finally embraced the legacy of the late grunge icon. Last week, the title of one of Nirvana's signature hits, "Come as You Are," was added to the "Welcome to Aberdeen" sign on the anniversary of Cobain's April 5, 1994, suicide.

"I think it's a good idea, and it's about time," Kurt's grandfather, Leland Cobain, told Aberdeen, Washington's local newspaper, The Daily World. "I drive by there every day and look for it. I have been waiting for it to go up."

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