One of the frustrating things about a major political event like a presidential inauguration is that there is so much good content being produced that you always feel like you are missing/have missed some terrific stuff.
In an attempt to help serve as your personal political concierge service, we wanted to flag two terrific videos produced by the WaPo team. Take five minutes and watch both. You'll be better off for having done so.
The first, based off a story by Karen Tumulty, tells the story of Earl Smith and the patch he gave to President Obama.
The second is a reflection by D.C. native Clinton Yates on the city he loves and the major moments he has seen in it over the years.