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Today's bad weather—and what's expected to be another icy day tomorrow—will delay delivery of the Indy's Jan. 21 print edition until Thursday.

We will post online inauguration dispatches from Matt Saldaña and Gerry Canavan later this afternoon; and we will post the new issue online Wednesday evening.

The Jan. 21 edition will feature stories on Chinese New Year activities, an interview with Chinese choreographer Shen Wei, a talk with Otis Taylor about the African-American banjo tradition, and an analysis of Raleigh's comprehensive plan.

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