In Washington, musician Moby drives a different kind of inaugural party
Published on Jan 21, 2013 9:15 AM
WASHINGTON (REUTERS) - All across Washington this weekend, the wealthy, the politically connected and the curious are putting on tuxedos and ball gowns and crowding into fancy galas to celebrate President Barack Obama's second inauguration.
This was not one of those parties.
At an inaugural celebration at Washington's U Street Music Hall late on Saturday and early Sunday, a man in a black blazer accompanied a young woman who was in a midriff-baring, sequin-covered bra. Another couple danced while wearing matching track suits.
Many partiers were in T-shirts; some brought the glitter - on sneakers, party dresses and more.
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