Pick a color, any color. (Jeffrey MacMillan/JEFFREY MACMILLAN)

In other news:

The AAA is shocked, shocked at how many parking tickets D.C. writes (Examiner)

Protesters can stay on Freedom Plaza until Feb. 28 (Post)

Police union says cops have been shifted off neighborhood beats to deal with Occupy protests (Examiner)

Michael Brown says it would be a “tragedy” if other states offer online gambling before D.C. (WaTimes)

Dave McKenna leaves Washington City Paper after 26 years (City Desk)

Three weeks in and 25 pounds lighter, Adrian Parsons is still hunger-striking (AP, Examiner)

Another “Occubarn” is removed, this time without incident (HuffPo)

City Paper hands out its 2011 awards (Loose Lips, Housing Complex, Young & Hungry, Cheap Seats)

Marion Barry issues news release decrying the former-spokeswoman-turned-campaign-opponent he once praised (Loose Lips, Examiner, CHoTR)

Does Jack Evans’s banking bill have a Patton Boggs connection? (WBJ)

What Fort Totten Square is all about (Multi-Housing News)

More on Anacostia’s new fashion incubator (TBD)

New police boundaries take effect next week (DCist)

Watch out CVS: Walgreens looks to expand in D.C. (GlobeSt.com)

Big shakeup at Arena Stage (Post)

On the waterfront(s) (Examiner)

Ranking 2011’s political scandals (We Love DC)

Deborah Simmons tries to guilt-trip Harry Thomas into stepping down (WaTimes)

Feds and D.C. gov need to come together to plan better transportation options for tourists (RPUS)

Why Billy Mitchell was shot to death in Truxton Circle (Homicide Watch)

The “wet blanket” over Vincent Gray’s mayoralty (WRC-TV)

Georgetown’s Third Edition closed through New Year’s after serving minors (WRC-TV)

More on Georgetown’s soon-to-be-surplused West Heating Plant (WRC-TV)

Man kidnaps, sexually assaults woman in Petworth (WJLA-TV)

In latest 14th Street small business casualty, chocolate shop will close (Borderstan)

In praise of D.C. cab drivers (Post letter)