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The Aloha State’s celebration featured leis and roast suckling pig.

Alicia Keys, Fun, Stevie Wonder, and Jennifer Hudson serenaded the celebratory masses.

Guests partied with Washingtonian at the Air and Space Museum Sunday.

Only one was overcrowded, but both attracted the A-list.

President Obama’s home state celebrated his second term at the Marriott Renaissance in downtown DC.

Russian food, a cavalcade of familiar faces, and an accordion player create a festive atmosphere at Mari Vanna.

The bourbon flowed and “Top Chef” alum Edward Lee provided the menu for the Kentucky State Society’s inaugural ball.

“Bigger is better” was the name of the game at the Texas State Society’s inaugural celebration.

A lax dress code, chef-made snacks, and a few celebrity cameos helped this relaxed party stand out from the formal pack.

The guest of honor was opera singer Jessye Norman.

Three states shared the bill for the first time at the Fairmont Hotel.

Political players and environmental advocates mingled and celebrated Obama’s second inauguration at the Newseum.

A look at who was on the list at one of the inauguration weekend’s most exclusive parties.

The Vice President’s sons, Hunter and Beau, and freshman congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard spoke to a full house at downtown’s DC Coast.

Members of the education and technology field were honored at the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Guests packed the W Hotel’s rooftop lounge for late-night revelry.

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