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Athens, officially nicknamed “The Classic City” by those who officially nickname cities, seems deeply American, a lackadaisical college town, cobbled and redbrick, where the ghosts of fallen Confederate soldiers still patrol up and down Lumpkin Street, oblivious and diligent, keeping their phantasmal eyes upon the University grounds. That said, The Classic City seems an appropriate hometown for Kim Basinger, an American classic herself, American as applesauce. Kim Basinger—the name itself synonymous with cinematic history, conjuring Hollywood-heyday nostalgia and red-carpet reverie—is a showbiz legend, an unflagging activist, and a movie star in its truest and least bombastic sense. Kim returns to our pages in Flaunt’s 15th Anniversary, for the first time in as many years. Maisonneuve Magazine [QUE.] McClung's Magazine. RANDOM, INTERESTING, AMAZING FACTS. Modern Farmer - Farm. Food. Life.
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Photo: Getty Evan Rachel Wood, just back from the set of a new movie (you can see some sneak peeks on her Tumblr), sat down (or was on the go — who knows when you're on Twitter!) For a chat about her coming out as bisexual in 2012, and her upcoming performance with Milla Jovovich at a fundraising event called "An Evening With Women" for the LA Gay and Lesbian Center on May 10. Midway through, as is often the case with chatting in this public way, others joined in the conversation — including TV host and chef Ted Allen, and Wood's best friend from middle school. Politics, Policy, Opinion and News - POLITICO Magazine.
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