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Convention '04 | NAMES

Kennedys see stars; Chelsea finds burgers

By Carol Beggy and Mark Shanahan
Globe Columnists / July 27, 2004

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KENNEDYS COMPOUNDED As he walked into the room, Alec Baldwin was suddenly buttonholed. Squinting her eyes, Eunice Shriver grabbed the actor's arm. "Where have I seen you? In the movies?" Without missing a beat, Baldwin replied, "Or buying tickets to your family's fund-raisers." In town for the convention with his 8-year-old daughter, Baldwin was one of many newsmakers who stopped ... (Full Article: 1018 Words)

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