Visit the official inauguration Web site.

Find tools for enjoying the city in Destination D.C. and our restaurants, movies and music guides.

Avoid the traffic with help from our Metrorail Guide.

See the city and the presidency through Hollywood's eyes with our special inaugural edition of D.C. on Film.

See our sister site, PoliticsNow, for an interview with Debbie Willhite, co-executive director of the Presidential Inaugural Committee.

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    After taking the oath of office for a second term, President Clinton and the first family headed from the Capitol to the White House to review the inaugural parade.

    The second Clinton inauguration may have been a scaled-down affair, but the first family joined revelers at a record 14 inaugural balls. Then see our map of the official balls to follow their course around Washington's inauguration party circuit.

    Despite arctic weather, the Mall was the scene of a host of inaugural festivities this weekend. See who and what you missed, or get the lay of the land with a clickable map of the Mall. But before you despair, one Post reporter suggests that there are really only two kinds of events at an inauguration: free things in cold, crowded tents, and glitzy elegant parties to which you are not invited.