Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Uma Thurman antiquing in Adamstown

Uma Thurman was among the holiday shoppers at the Black Angus Antique Mall in Adamstown yesterday afternoon. We're told the "Kill Bill" beauty, bundled for winter, with children and a few friends in tow, picked up a belt buckle among her purchases at the Lancaster County attraction, and told merchants she had "always wanted to come to the Black Angus to look for treasures."

Uma Thurman antiquing in Adamstown

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Uma Thurman was among the holiday shoppers at the Black Angus Antique Mall in Adamstown yesterday afternoon. We're told the "Kill Bill" beauty, bundled for winter, with children and a few friends in tow, picked up a belt buckle among her purchases at the Lancaster County attraction, and told merchants she had "always wanted to come to the Black Angus to look for treasures."

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