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Posted at 11:36 AM ET, 01/ 3/2011

Read this: Vincent Gray, John Boehner,

By The Reliable Source

The scene at Vincent Gray's inaugural ball. (Astrid Riecken)

Vincent Gray was sworn in as mayor of the District of Columbia on Sunday morning, and warned that he might raise taxes. That didn't dampen spirits at his inaugural ball at the convention center, where revelers enjoyed butternut squash risotto and the musical stylings of Raheem DeVaughn, reports our colleague Mike DeBonis.

No such gala, though, for John Boehner. While it was one party after another for Nancy Pelosi (granted, a more historic occasion as first female Speaker), the new speaker is passing up any and all festivities -- even a LeAnn Rimes concert at the W, if you can imagine that.

In other news, Lindsay Lohan is due to leave rehab after three months at Betty Ford and is tweeting sunshine-drenched quotes from Gandhi. Also, David Arquette has checked into another one of those "treatment centers."

By The Reliable Source  | January 3, 2011; 11:36 AM ET
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