Perfect Party: July 2015

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

By Seattle Met Staff July 1, 2015 Published in the July 2015 issue of Seattle Met

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Illustrations by Charlie Powell


If you see a couple thousand mopey introverts shuffling around downtown, fear not. They’re just here to see Moz. They’re smiling—wanly—on the inside. (Benaroya Hall, July 21)

G. Willow Wilson

After just one year of writing the comic book Ms. Marvel, Wilson is up for a Will Eisner Comic Industry Award on July 10. You can call her Ms. Marvelous.

Russell Wilson

Fresh off the heels of his star-making turn in the Entourage movie, Ciara’s boo will host Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports Awards on July 16. Wait, does he still play football?

Tamara Murphy

Murphy, of Terra Plata fame, hosts the eighth-annual Burning Beast on July 19. What it is: a massive outdoor cookout. What it’s not: a gathering of stoned, dreadlocked farm animals.

Jeff Pelletier

How do you store 250,000 Legos? Pelletier, a local architect, got Internet famous after showing his 200-drawer system to home design blog Houzz. Bet he still loses his keys, though.

Cynthia Tee

Seattle tech companies can’t find (or aren’t looking for) female coders, a problem Tee hopes to—better yet, will—fix as the new executive director of Ada Developers Academy.

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