The Morning Buzz

Good morning, Washington! Here's what we're reading around the web this AM.
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Is today the coldest day in the region in a decade? Heck, we'd agree. It sure feels like it to us. And with the wind chill, it'll feel like -5 degrees. Luckily, it'll warm up a bit in the next few days, but won't get any higher than the 30s. So stay warm, Washington.

What else is going on the next few days besides it being wickedly cold? Oh, that's right, Inaugurationpocalypse. You're keeping up to date with our daily coverage, right? We've got the scoop on inauguration news, dining, fashion, nightlife and more. We are owning inauguration. Keep your eyes on the site this weekend as well, as we'll be reporting from inaugural balls, concerts, parties and more. It's a tough life, but we're willing to do it to keep you informed.

In other news… 

Will Fall Out Boy and Young Jeezy be playing a concert put on by Mayor Fenty? 

Governor O'Malley of Maryland will be sponsoring a bill to abolish the death penalty in that state.

Could the Purple Line be becoming a reality? Yesterday, the Montgomery County Planning Board endorsed a light rail system to implement the Purple Line through Silver Spring and Chevy Chase. 

Goodwill will be holding an "Inauguration Donation" event this Saturday—details are here

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