This year? Not many scenes like this. (The Washington Post)

In other news:

Police need help finding abandoned infant’s parents. (Post, WRC-TV)

In D.C.’s job training programs, “a trail of double-billing, poor oversight, and allegations of fraud.” (WAMU-FM)

Major League Soccer commissioner knocks city leaders. (Potomac Soccer Wire via DCist)

District moves to sell more school properties in prime locations. (Housing Complex)

City tow truck snags SUV while driver is asleep inside. (@AugensteinWTOP)

More on the D.C. Council’s medical marijuana emergency vote. (D.C. Wire, DCist, WaTimes, Examiner, WRC-TV)

Charter funding report has roots in research done on CFO’s behalf. (D.C. Schools Insider)

Jonetta Rose Barras takes stock of Vincent Gray’s “resurrection.” (Examiner)

D.C. joins multistate brief supporting federal health care reform. (D.C. Wire)

Yvette Alexander has her petition signatures challenged. (DCBOEE)

A new improper-use-of-force allegation against the Metro Transit Police. (Examiner)

Gas station bill will get vote on Feb. 7. (TBD)

Court case surrounding Sulaimon Brown’s D.C. Council subpoena is dismissed, as expected. (Examiner)

Community courts go citywide. (NLJ)

With Harry Thomas pleas, “temperature has risen” for D.C. government investigations. (WRC-TV)

Progression Place developers already eyeing a sale. (WBJ)

Jose Andres’s secret food truck. (Eater)

Yet more pressure on Gray on charter school funding. (GGW)

UDC to break ground today on new student center. (AP)

Hardy Middle School to get gifted-and-talented program. (Patch)

Tales of Officer Sprinkle. (Ghosts of D.C.)

Dick Gregory will not face trespassing charges in protest incident. (Times-Picayune)

Adrian Fenty had jury duty, talked bikes. (Reliable Source)

Save-a-Lot will replace shuttered Rhode Island Avenue Safeway. (Housing Complex)

Controversial “Sheriff Joe” got his start as a D.C. cop (CorrectionsOne)

Ballot petitions aren’t even printed yet, but there’s a candidate forum scheduled for Ward 5. (RIA Insider)

Police shoot dog in Brightwood. (WTOP)

Ace copy editor Bill Walsh explains how he fell in love with biking to work, thanks to Bikeshare and bike lanes. (Bicycling,com)

Readers discuss how they’d fix the MLK Memorial. (Post letters)