Your Complete Guide to Tuesday's Inauguration

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Below is a complete guide to NBCNewYork's archive of galleries, video and stories about this week's historic inauguration.


Video: Obama Honors McCain, Honors Bipartisanship

Video: Many New Yorkers to Watch Inauguration Together

Video: 1 Million NY Bagels En Route To DC
A local bagel joint wants to turn Washingtonians into New Yorkers, if for just one day.

DC-Bound Amtrak Trains Sold Out
Barack Obama may have traveled to Washington by train, but unless you already have a ticket, don't count on Amtrak.

Video: Brooklyn Kids Leave for Obama's Inauguration
A group of school kids from East Flatbush is heading to Washington D.C. for Barack Obama's inauguration on Tuesday.

Kanye West, Kid Rock & Fall Out Boy To Play Youth Inaugural Ball
Kanye West, Kid Rock and Fall Out Boy will be among the lengthy list of musicians celebrating the presidential inauguration in the coming days.

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Beyonce To Sing First Song At Inaugural Ball
None other than Beyonce will kick off the festivities after the presidential inauguration on Tuesday, Variety’s Wilshire and Washington blog reported.

Gallery: Attack of the Celebs: Stars Descend on Inauguration
Oprah! Bono! Miley! Oh, and some guy named Barack Obama. Along with millions of regular folk, celebrities swarmed to DC to celebrate the Inauguration. Find out who was there.

Short a Potty
Congratulations, inauguration-goers! On Tuesday you will witness an historic event of grand proportion unlike anything Americans have seen in years: rampant public outdoor urination on a scale unrealized since the invention of indoor plumbing.

Video: A Look Back: John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Speech
"Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate." -- President Kennedy, 1961

Gallery: Inaugurations Through the Years
Look back in time at presidential inaugurations in Washington, D.C.


Get Your Inaugural Mapkerchief! (Jan. 16, 2009)
Not since Di and Chuck's royal wedding have we seen this much merch milking a single historical event (how much merch? So much that Gawker felt the need to devise an Official Obama Merchandise Classification System). But we think the "limited edition President Barack Obama commemorative Inaugural fabMap" - on a handkerchief! - may be our favorite.

Inauguration Night Parties (Jan. 15, 2009)
Here's your guide to New York-area parties on the night of the Inauguration.

Obama's Oldest Fan to Attend Inaugural Ball (Jan. 15, 2009)
It's a day no one in attendance is likely to forget, but for Rachel Tucker, this historic inauguration day is a memory she never thought she'd live to make.

Senate Passes Bill Banning Inaugural Tix Scalping (Jan. 14, 2009)
Those hoping to make an extra buck by scalping tickets to this year's biggest event may want to think again.

Nudist Resort Renting Rooms for Inauguration (Jan. 13, 2009)
How far would you go to get a hotel room in the Washington, D.C. area during the inauguration?

213 D.C. Bars Apply for Late Inauguration Hours (Jan. 13, 2009)
At least 213 D.C. bars, restaurants and nightclubs have registered to serve alcohol later than usual and possibly serve food all night long during inauguration week.

Record or Not, No Head Count Planned for Inaugural (Jan. 13, 2009)
Even if it looks to be a record crowd at Barack Obama's inauguration, don't expect an official head count for history.

Texting to Beat Talking on Inauguration Day (Jan. 13, 2009)
The wireless industry is boosting its capacity in anticipation of record-breaking crowds for President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration.

Could Inauguration Crowd Reach 4 Million? (Jan. 13, 2009)
Remember when the estimate for the Inauguration Day crowd was at a cool million?

Officials May Turn People Away From Parade Route (Jan. 13, 2009)
Inauguration-goers may be turned away from the inaugural parade route once crowds reach a certain capacity.

Road Rules: Walking from Rosslyn to National Mall (Jan. 13, 2009)
Reporter Kimberly Suiters took the inauguration road test Thursday morning, walking from the Rosslyn Metro station to the National Mall.

Bars to Stay Open Late for Inauguration Partying (Jan. 13, 2009)
If you think it's tough to get a drink during last call at the bars in Adams Morgan on a normal weekend night, just think of what it would be like if 4 million of your closest friends joined the party?

Inaugural Rehearsal Open to Public (Jan. 13, 2009)
Just a reminder that if you can't make it to President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration or just don't want to fight the crowds on Jan. 20, there's another way to check out all the pomp and circumstance surrounding the swearing-in ceremony.

Schumer Has Your Ticket to Inauguration (Jan. 11, 2009)
Sen. Charles Schumer has announced an additional 100 winners of his statewide lottery for tickets to President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration.

Going to the Inauguration? We Want You! (Jan. 10, 2009)
If you're going to Washington for the inauguration of Barack Obama, we want to hear from you.

Scoop: Stars Will Shine at Inaugural (Jan. 8, 2009)
The Golden Globes are a week away and the Oscars just a little more than a month off. But many stylists are noticing that celebs are more interested in what they’ll wear for Barack Obama's presidential inauguration Jan. 20 than in their awards-show attire.

Schools to Take Students to Obama Inauguration (Jan. 7, 2009)
Students from area schools, including an elementary school in East New York, will take students to Washington D.C. for Barack Obama's inauguration.

What Recession? $27M Pours in Obama Inauguration (Jan. 6, 2009)
Despite the economic hard times, money keeps pouring in for President-elect Barack Obama's inaugural festivities.

Site Lets Women Register Inaugural Dresses (Jan. 1, 2009)
A new Web site hopes to limit social nightmares by allowing women to "register" the gown they're wearing to a specific inaugural ball.

So Help Me God: Atheists Target Inauguration (Dec. 30, 2008)
A California atheist who sued to remove religion from the past two presidential inaugurations and lost will try yet again before Barack Obama's swearing-in ceremony.

Journos May Not Get Spots at Inauguration (Dec. 30, 2008)
Inaugural planners warned the public Monday to be prepared for massive crowds, long delays and the closure of bridges and Metro stations on Jan. 20. There’s a warning for the press, too: Those credentials you requested might not be available.

Obama to Arrive at Inauguration by Train (Dec. 28, 2008)
President-elect Barack Obama will retrace the journey of his political idol, Abraham Lincoln, by taking a train to his inauguration.

Obama to Use Lincoln's Bible for Inauguration (Dec. 23, 2008)
President-elect Barack Obama will use the same Bible that Abraham Lincoln used at his inauguration when he takes the oath of office in January.

Inaugural Porta-Potties (Dec. 22, 2008)
Inauguration crowd estimates vary, but there's at least one number to count on: 5,000 porta-potties will be available on the National Mall on Inauguration Day.

Oprah Spills Inauguration Beans (Dec. 22, 2008)
The Queen of Talk is talking, or at least she was Tuesday night.

D.C. Bars To Stay Open Late for Obama Inauguration Partying (Dec. 3, 2008)
Washington, D.C. residents and millions of tourists may not even remember next January's inauguration weekend if they take advantage of a proposal to keep bars in the nation's capital open 24 hours a day.

Attain Inaugural Bliss Without Busting the Bank (Nov. 13, 2008)
If you’re planning to be in Washington, D.C. to take part in the hoopla surrounding the January 20th inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States, you’ll have lots of company. Turnout is expected to be huge.

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