Daily Picture Show Political Parties Facebook Twitter Google+ Email January 21, 200912:05 PM ET Claire O'Neill Today The Daily Picture Show is a visual summary of the inaugural balls hosted by President Obama last night. Hide caption President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, arrive at the Obama Home States Inaugural Ball at the Washington Convention Center. It's one of 10 balls they visited Tuesday evening. Previous Next Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images Hide caption Guests at the Home States ball try to catch a glimpse as the Obamas make their entrance. Previous Next Charlie Neibergall/AP Hide caption The president and first lady share a dance at the Home States ball. Previous Next Susan Walsh/AP Hide caption Vice President Joe Biden dances with his wife, Jill, at the Eastern States Ball at Union Station. Previous Next Gerald Herbert/AP Hide caption Mariah Carey belts out a song at the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball, also at the convention center. She was among many performers, including Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder, Sting, Shakira and Alicia Keyes. Previous Next Alex Brandon/AP Hide caption The first couple waves to Beyonce, who sang "At Last" at the Neighborhood ball. Michelle Obama wears a gown by designer Jason Wu. Previous Next Win McNamee/Getty Images Hide caption Mary J. Blige performs at the Neighborhood ball. Previous Next Alex Brandon/AP Hide caption Actor Leonardo DiCaprio talks with the crowd during the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball. Previous Next Win McNaee/Getty Images Hide caption Singer will.i.am performs at the Neighborhood Ball. Previous Next Alex Brandon/AP Hide caption Obama gets down on the dance floor with guests at the Neighborhood ball. Previous Next Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Hide caption The Obamas take the spotlight at the Commander-in-Chief Inaugural Ball at the National Building Museum. Previous Next Charles Dharapak/AP 1 of 11 View slideshow i For full screen, click on the four-cornered arrow icon in the viewer's bottom right. Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Cold And CrowdedJanuary 19, 2009 First Family, First DayJanuary 22, 2009 We no longer support commenting on NPR.org stories, but you can find us every day on Facebook, Twitter, email, and many other platforms. Learn more or contact us.