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The Guest List

Welcome to the Guest List, a monthly roundup of the nine people we’d most like to have over for drinks, good food, and conversation.

Mike Rogers—This DC blogger set the gears in motion on Larry Craig’s sex life and says he has more names to name.

Dana Perino—The longtime Bush aide has taken over the city’s most visible job: White House press secretary.

Stuart Taylor Jr.—The legal writer’s new book on the Duke lacrosse scandal, Until Proven Innocent, paints a troubling portrait of the rush to judgment and indictment of good kids.

Haleh Esfandiari—The Iranian-American scholar, now leader of the Middle East program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, spent more than 100 days in an Iranian jail before being released in August.

Geraldine Gennet—Where will the showdown between Congress and the White House go? Ask the House’s little-known general counsel.

Annie Leibovitz—The photographer’s new show opens at the Corcoran October 13. What’s it like to look into the eyes of the rich and famous?

Tom Boswell—As the World Series gets under way, the town’s best baseball mind should have interesting insights.

Nora Volkow—The head of the National Institute on Drug Abuse is doing interesting work on the brain and addiction and could shed light on Paris, Lindsay, and friends.

This article can be found in the October 2007 issue of Washingtonian Magazine.

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