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Posted at 4:00 PM ET, 01/20/2011

Hey, isn't that...?: Caroline Kennedy celebrates son's birthday; Morgan Freeman and surgeon general dine together

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Jack Schlossberg at the 2008 Democratic National Convention with his mother, Caroline Kennedy. (AP Photo/Track Gitnick)

  • Caroline Kennedy throwing a balloon-filled birthday party at the Palm Wednesday night for son Jack Schlossberg -- her youngest, who turned 18 that day. With much of the extended clan in D.C. for JFK 50th anniversary festivities, a smaller clique of about 20 gathered in Dupont steakhouse's front dining room -- with John Kerry dropping in to say hello after leaving the state dinner.

  • Morgan Freeman dining at the Palm at the exact same time, with none other than Surgeon General Regina Benjamin (who scolded a manager when she overheard him saying he was going out for a smoke break). The two have worked on health initiatives before; the Oscar winner was in town to talk up the candidacy of friend Bill Luckett, who is running for Mississippi governor.


  • By The Reliable Source  | January 20, 2011; 4:00 PM ET
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