Jackson emerges from hiding, meets Halle Berry


Mayor Jackson emerges from the Witness Protection Program to meet Halle Berry and some other presumably famous guy
Halle Berry swooped into town a couple weeks ago for a VIP screening of her new movie, Perfect Stranger. At the Cinemark at Valley View theater, the Bedford native sauntered down a red carpet in front of hundreds of smitten fans. It was such a quick visit, she scarcely had time to pose for the cameras before jetting off to her next PR gig. The City of Cleveland's homepage is now pimping a picture of Berry with a beaming Frank Jackson. Though the Invisible Mayor rarely has time to talk to constituents — we thought he might have joined the Witness Protection Program — he did make time to see the Bedford beauty. Nice job, Frankie. We know where your priorities lie. — Lisa Rab


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