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Posted at 9:50 AM ET, 12/15/2010

Obama appoints Bon Jovi to advisory board; Trent Reznor scores Golden Globe nod; DC9 reopens tonight

By David Malitz

bon joviHe gives community solutions a good name. (Skip Bolen photo)

- Bon Jovi may have missed out on induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame yesterday but his consolation prize wasn't so bad. He was named to the new White House Council for Community Solutions, a 25-member panel established to provide advice on "the best ways to mobilize citizens, nonprofits, businesses and government to work more effectively together to solve specific community needs."

- Trent Reznor garnered a Golden Globe nomination for his score to the critically-acclaimed movie "The Social Network."

- Absurdist New York hip-hop duo Das Racist were denied entry into the U.K. The band was sent to Switzerland and its U.K. show was canceled. The group will be at Rock & Roll Hotel in D.C. on Jan. 14.

- After a turbulent two months, local nightclub DC9 is set to reopen tonight. The club has only DJ events scheduled through January.

By David Malitz  | December 15, 2010; 9:50 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Bon Jovi, DC9, Das Racist, Trent Reznor  
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