GEORGE R. R. MARTIN

We doubt the Game of Thrones novelist will reveal the end of his fantasy series, since it’s two books from completion. He has promised to avoid a Lost-style finale flop, though. (Town Hall, July 29)

DOROTHY PARVAZ

The former Seattle P-I journalist survived detention in Syrian and Iranian prisons by singing “Folsom Prison Blues” to herself. Her May release just means she’ll be working harder on Middle Eastern coverage.

DREW CAREY

The game show host and Sounders FC minority owner is the Seafair Torchlight Parade Grand Marshal. We wonder if the price was right. (July 30)

DENNIS KUCINICH

America’s most eccentric congressman—he once sued a congressional cafe over an olive incident—has hinted at running here if he loses his Ohio seat to redistricting.

GENNETTE CORDOVA

How does one class up a sex scandal? After receiving Anthony Weiner’s infamous undies pic, the Whatcom Community College student’s first response was to stay mum. Take notes, future sext targets.

NEKO CASE

We’d like to think former Tacomaite and New Pornographers chanteuse got her neo-country twang from Washington State. (Paramount, July 10)

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