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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

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<a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Mila Kunis talks about heartbreak and going green in 'Oz The Great and Powerful'</a>HitFix (blog)She just came to the set from where she'd been swimming all day, and she hadn't taken the time to go get made up or to try to play it up as "Mila Kunis, Movie Star." She was charming precisely because she didn't seem to be trying to impress anyone.

<a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Mila Kunis interviewed by her biggest UK fan: Strangest interview ever</a>AMERICAblog (blog)Mila Kunis, a big actress who's a good Democrat, did an interview recently with BBC Radio 1, and her interviewer was this young guy, Chris Stark

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March 5 in history:

  • 1963: Legendary singer Patsy Cline, who still influences both country and pop singers, died in a plane crash at the peak of her career.
  • 1953: Joseph Stalin, who had exercised absolute authority in the USSR since Lenin's death in 1924, died at the age of 73, possibly as a result of poisoning. The Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev, one of the millions whom Stalin tormented, also died on this day.
  • 1946: Sir Winston Churchill first uttered the phrase "an Iron Curtain," in a speech at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri
  • 1849: Former general Zachary Taylor began his brief term as the 12th president of the United States.
  • 1770: The Boston Massacre, when Crispus Attucks led the mob that defied British troops, took place.