The Seattle litigator climbed past the $500 million mark in lawsuits for food–borne illnesses such as E. coli. We’ll fake a stomach cramp.
“Dr. Carlisle Cullen” of the Twilight movies headlines at TwiCon, a convention for fans of the teen vampire saga. We hope there’s no sunshine in the forecast. (Westin Hotel, Jan 15—17)
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The Seattle young–adult fiction writers’ collective got a nod from the National Book Awards in November—without penning a single teen vampire book.
When the mayor–elect takes office on January 4, he’ll inherit the nation’s worst traffic congestion. We’ll understand if he shows up late.
The self–deprecating comedian fires off a tirade about her life on the D–list. She’s an A–lister in our book. (Paramount Theatre, Jan 29 & 30)
The longtime Mariner is on a roll to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. If only longtime Mariner snack the Ichiroll could be inducted off the menu.
The Seattle police captain left to become police chief in Berkeley, California. Capitol Hill wasn’t liberal enough.
The mixologist pontificates on his potent potions at Night School, a course on the art and appreciation of cocktails. We hope there’s homework. (Sorrento Hotel, Jan 18)