Last night’s Super Bowl awakened some heretofore dormant emotions inside D.C. Council member and former Mayor Marion Barry, who has long harbored a deep attraction to the pomp and spectacle of America’s dominant sporting event. In addition to a dim assessment of the hometown squad’s current prowess, Barry subsequently added a dim assessment of Redskins owner Dan Snyder. That opinion, however, may complicate his hashtag-based wishes: “There’s always next season for us. If we beat the Giants, it’s in us to take it all the way next time. #dciswhereskinsbelong”

In other news:

Goodbye, Occupy? (Post, Post graphic, AP, DCist, Examiner, Housing Complex)

Did Jim Graham sabotage a Metro land deal? (Post editorial)

Colby King: “Why in the world does the 13-member D.C. Council take it upon itself to approve every city contract in excess of $1 million?” (Post)

Transgender woman stabbed to death at East Capitol Street bus stop identified as JaParker Jones, 23 (Blade, Homicide Watch)

That was quick: DCPS fires principal who left Dallas under a cloud (Answer Sheet)

A Sunday inspection at Freedom Plaza was less contentious than the McPherson clearing (Post, Examiner)

Eleanor Holmes Norton was satisfied with how the Occupy enforcement went down (AP)

Natwar Gandhi attempts a debunking of iGaming myths (Post op-ed)

Jonetta Rose Barras, contra Gandhi’s “imperial reign” (Examiner)

One resident’s grievances with gentrifiers (Post op-ed)

DCPS is one of a handful of U.S. school districts that start gay tolerance lessons early (Post)

Mary Cheh on New Hampshire lobby trip: “We shouldn’t have gone.” (Examiner)

In wake of sex assault allegations, DCPS says children are not supposed to be escorting adult visitors in schools (WAMU-FM, WTOP)

Kwame Brown resurrects bill to force parents on public assistance to attend parent-teacher meetings (Examiner)

IDEA school is ready to play hardball with Public Charter School Board to stay open (D.C. Schools Insider)

Street camera plan pushed by Citizens Association of Georgetown has some civil libertarians wary (WaTimes)

Amir Khan’s lawyer: “We constantly hear things about D.C. politics -- rumors — and it’s never flattering” (Examiner)

This year’s State of the District will be relatively short (Examiner)

Attempted Columbia Heights carjacking ends in four arrests (Crime Scene)

Former MPD sergeant gets 18 months for stealing from elderly woman (Post)

Sulaimon Brown due in court today on traffic charge (AP)

Union Station audit included in House transportation bill (Examiner)

The Shrimp Boat could be yours, for $1.5 million (Where We Live)

Is a small business complicating Shiloh Baptist Church grand development plans? (Housing Complex)

Wisconsin Avenue Giant will close in March for redevelopment (DCmud)

Blowing this traffic camera scam wide open — or not (Daily Caller)

More on your new car-sharing options (TBD)

This fellow isn’t sold on a uniform taxicab color scheme (WTOP)

D.C. Public Library’s fine amnesty is over (AP)