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Inauguration Officially Kicks Off With Wreath-Laying Ceremony

Next up on the agenda of the soon-to-be leader of the free world: a Toby Keith and 3 Doors Down concert. [ more › ]

'You Made Me A Better Man,' Says President Obama In Letter To Americans

On his final full day in office, he also encourages Americans to throw themselves into "the joyous work of citizenship... over the full span of a lifetime." [ more › ]

Ballet And Juggling Make For Surreal Bedfellows At Strathmore

In '4x4: Ephemeral Architectures,' four jugglers and four ballet dancers share the stage in a performance that demonstrates the patterns generated in art. [ more › ]

Weekend Picks: 17 Things To Do In And Around D.C.

Whether or not you've decided to engage with events related to the inauguration. [ more › ]

Distract Yourself With An Iranian Drama Or French Classic At The Movies This Weekend

Popcorn & Candy is DCist's selective and subjective guide to some of the most interesting movies playing around town in the coming week. [ more › ]

Welp, It's Really Happening: Trump Arrives In D.C.

A day after the unveiling of his wax figure and a day before inauguration. [ more › ]

Homophobic Protesters Show Up Outside Comet Ping Pong

The handful of men are holding signs that advise "judgement is coming" and "homo sex is a sin." [ more › ]

There Are Five Times More Buses Coming For The Women's March Than Inauguration

On Friday, there are 435 buses registered. On Saturday, there are more than 2,000. [ more › ]

With Rain In The Forecast For Inauguration, NPS Says Tote Umbrellas Allowed

There's a 90 percent chance that it will rain on Donald Trump's parade tomorrow. [ more › ]

Musicians Promise 'Sound Resistance' To Trump On Inauguration Night At The Black Cat

Local punk groups, big indie names, activists and others fill out the bill for a Friday anti-Trump benefit show at the Black Cat. [ more › ]

Police Release Video Connected To Fatal Shooting Of 68-Year-Old Woman

Vivian Marrow was rolling in her wheelchair near her Southeast apartment when she was killed in broad daylight on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: $40 Million Later, Park Service Trying To Protect Its Turf This Weekend

Howard's incubator needs sponsors, the five craziest hours in the White House, and more news. [ more › ]

Madame Tussauds Unveils Presidential Trump Wax Figure

In D.C., Trump "will stand tall in an immersive recreation" of the White House Rose Garden. [ more › ]

In One Week, The GOP Has Moved To Upend Three Different D.C. Laws

And a Republican hasn't even moved into the White House yet. [ more › ]

Janelle Monae, Maxwell Are Headlining The Women's March On Washington

More than 150 artists and celebrities are either supporting or attending the march. [ more › ]

Mosaic's 'Charm' Is A Complicated Look At A Trans Teacher

The narrative's cutesy tenor may lull the audience into a false sense of security, but the play trades in more shades of gray than its colorful exterior would suggest. [ more › ]

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