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Good morning, D.C.!

DCist interviews Johah Takagi, whose first solo show is on display is currently on display at Civilian Art Projects (apparently, there is some resemblance to IKEA furniture). There’s also the release of the Mayoral Inauguration Schedule which, of course, includes a performance by Chuck Brown. Start crossing your fingers for a hand-dancing display from the Soon-To-Be-Mayor.

TBD reports that Wale‘s gotten dissed, a TV pilot based on local crisis-management superstar Judy Smith has been greenlighted, and finds the best signs at this weekend’s protest of Hide/Seek in New York. Oh, and here’s what you have to do to vote in the 2011 DMV Music Awards.

Click Track has the five best albums for the holiday season—and you’ll like them, goddammit.

Here on Arts Desk, one of City Paper’s own attempts to snag Robin Givhan‘s job and we talk about getting real on the Twitters, in the terms of Henry Rollins. And, Rend Smith reports that the DC9 case’s autopsy, which was promised yesterday, is delayed further.

Enjoy your Tuesday.