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Hey, isn't that...?: Danny Glover at the library; the Kuciniches at the Salvation Army

Danny Glover entertains some younger fans at the Benning library. (Photo by studio dejong + asfaw)

  • Danny Glover reading to schoolkids at the Benning Library in Northeast Washington on Thursday -- yeah, it was a bit of a photo op, but he gets props for venturing beyond the usual Celebvocate Triangle (Capitol Hill, National Press Club, Cafe Milano). The actor's promoting the Lubuto Library Project, which is opening youth libraries in Zambia to draw street kids back into schools; was scheduled to stick around for a reception at the Zambian Embassy.
  • Dennis and Elizabeth Kucinich snuggling close as they waited in the checkout line at the Salvation Army in Bladensburg. Half-price Wednesdays are big with the vintage-shopping crowd ... and even members of Congress, apparently. She says she's into vintage furniture.

By The Reliable Source  |  April 16, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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Regarding the sighting of Cong. and Mrs. Kucinich, I am troubled that well-to-do people are shopping on "half-price Wednesdays" at a store that I thought was intended to serve low-income members of the community. I gave LOTS of furniture and clothes to the Salvation Army last year and am now rethinking my support of the organization.

Posted by: JanetAbrams | April 16, 2010 7:28 AM | Report abuse

Rep. Kucinich is probably the thriftiest representative we have ever had. I applaud him for buying used items. I do it all the time! If he ran the country, you can bet there would be no deficit. The man knows where a dollar comes from!

Posted by: maymet | April 16, 2010 7:55 AM | Report abuse

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