Stephen Baldwin goes on Easter egg hunt at the White House

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It’s hard to believe that there’s a Stephen Baldwin story we somehow missed but yes, it’s true. Over the weekend, Stevie B. payed a visit to the White House for its annual Easter Egg Roll. Joining him at the festivities were First Lady Laura, Shek, Bugs, Bunny, Clifford the Big Red Dog, and plenty of children age 7 and under pushing eggs around with wooden spoons.

I’m not quite sure how much pull the youngest Baldwin — who lives in Upper Grandview and attends a Pentecostal church up in New City — still has with the GOP’s higher ups, but as far as I know he is still a “cultural advisor” to Bush. That said, he was sharing the lawn with Olympic medalist Kerri Strug, Kasey Kahne, and magicians, all of whom may well be on Bush’s advisory team as well. At the very least, I hope Stephen had the good sense to take advantage of the free face painting.

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Ted Mann

Ted Mann aspires to join Stephen Baldwin’s Breakthrough Ministry, more commonly known as “skateboarding for the savior." Before becoming a Senior Editor at InTown, he worked at The Atlantic Monthly, the Philadelphia City Paper, and the University of Pennsylvania Press. His writing has also appeared in The New York Times, The New York Press, and The Pennsylvania Gazette.