ANNE ROSELLINI

The Seattle native is up for an Independent Spirit Award this month for cowriting the film Winter’s Bone. She’s also nominated for a Spirit Crushing Award. Did you see that movie? Deee-pressing.

MICHAEL HENRICHSEN

He launched playmybirthdaybillyidol.com to lure the aging rocker to Seattle for a show. In other news, Elton John launched willplayyourpartyfor100bucksandameal.com.

RICK LARSEN

The Washington Congressman was named the second-funniest celebrity in D.C. John Boehner was named the funniest for his spot-on impression of a leaky faucet.

KEN JENNINGS

The Jeopardy! champ and Seattleite returns to the game show this month to face off against a supercomputer. The loser has to buy the winner a new hard drive. (Feb 14–16)

SUSAN HILDRETH

The former Seattle library director was confirmed by the Senate for a federal library position. Her confirmation almost hit a snag, though, when senators discovered she’d checked out Lady Chatterley’s Lover in 1982 and never returned it.

MICHAEL CERA

The Juno star made a surprise stop at the Moore to debut a new band. And Michael Henrichsen wasn’t set to launch playmybirthdaymichaelcera.com for at least another week!


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