Onetime soul music star Sly Stone is now 68 and living in a white van parked on a side street in the Crenshaw area, he says in a story in the New York Post. It's the usual story: he blew all his money, he's suing his former representation for squandering even more of it, and he feels the FBI and his enemies are after him. Sly and the Family Stone, formed in the Bay Area around 1966, became "Rock’s first integrated, multi-gender band," says the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which inducted the group in 1983. Stone, born Sylvester Stewart, was the front man and married a girl from Grant High School in the Valley. Stone still has a website.