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The Stars Come Out

So did you ever wake up in the morning dying to know what actress Charlize Theron thinks about trade and globalization?? Well, if you were at the Democratic do in Denver, today would be your chance: the South African star is appearing on a panel discussion discussing the issues. She’ll be joined by Steelworkers President Leo Gerard and Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa. Wonder what films the two of them plan to star in next?

If that’s not enough celebrity wattage, later in the day the likes of Spike Lee and Alan Cumming are expected to attend a lunch sponsored by the Creative Coalition and the National Apartment Association to discuss the housing industry’s woes. Although, as the political magazine National Journal put it in their daily convention briefing, “we’d guess their housing troubles are a little different than ours.”

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