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The Perfect Party

Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.

August 19, 2011 Published in the September 2011 issue of Seattle Met

ANNA FARIS

The Edmonds native takes bimbohood to new heights in the comedy What’s Your Number? —or is it feminist commentary brought to a new low? (In theaters Sept 30)

TARVARIS JACKSON

The quarterback once shoved aside for Brett Favre now has to replace Matt Hasselbeck, who took the Seahawks to their only Super Bowl ever. No pressure.

MARILYN TAKEMARU

Homeowners facing foreclosure have new rights to mediation. Stop packing and thank the South Seattle resident, who picketed Bank of America.

DARYL HALL AND JOHN OATES

This year’s Bumbershoot was aiming for indie cred over marquee names, but the legendary ’stache is a headliner unto itself. (KeyArena, Sept 5)

SAMANTHA PAUL

After her nine-year-old died in a car accident, the Issaquah mom continued her daughter’s fundraising drive for a clean water charity. What’ve you done for the world lately?

PETE HOLMES

For joining the mayor and the city council in proposing post-2am bar closings, we’ll pick up the tab for the city attorney…as long as he drinks well liquor.

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