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Many organizations work to make D.C. a place where people who are struggling have a chance at something better. We’re listing some of them here for our 8th annual “Give It Up, D.C.” issue, which is a partnership with the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington. The Catalogue reviews all of the organizations on its roster to make sure each one is well-managed, makes an impact, and is in good financial order. And if you’re looking to volunteer, check out the volunteer opportunity spotlight list, too.

LEADING THE MORNING NEWS:

  • Remains of more than 100 people removed from local funeral home after D.C. Office of the Attorney General files suit. [NBC4, WUSA9]

  • Top doctor at United Medical Center sacked after criticizing hospital operator. [Post]

  • Richard Spencer hosted a conference at a farm, but the owners shut it down. [Post]

  • Pregnant women who planned to deliver at Providence Hospital are seeking new doctors. [WAMU]

  • A new kind of history lesson at Capital City Public Charter High School. [Post]

  • Senate Appropriations Committee introduces bill to cut D.C. tuition aid program. [Post]

  • What to do if YOU spot a coyote in Cleveland Park. [WUSA9]

  • Here’s your Thanksgiving travel forecast. [NBC4]

RECENT CITY PAPER STORIES TO HELP YOU MAKE SENSE OF YOUR DAY:

LOOSE LIPS LINKS, by Jeffrey Anderson (tips? jeff.anderson@washingtoncitypaper.com)

  • Antwan Wilson left Oakland schools with bigger budget problems than reported. [Post]

  • Bowser walks back budget cuts for taxi service for the elderly and disabled. [WAMU]

  • Dozens of guns stolen from D.C. police since 2011. [NBC4]

  • D.C. could take a lesson from Baltimore in addressing food deserts. [GGW]

  • Gannett sues Current Newspapers for unpaid printing bills. [Washingtonian]

  • UDC professors author book on D.C.’s racial history. [Afro]

ARTS LINKS, by Matt Cohen (tips? mcohen@washingtoncitypaper.com)

  • Good news: The Mean Girls musical is fun and funny. [WCP]

  • Anacostia’s newest mural memorializes go-go’s biggest stars. [East City Art]

  • Film review: Cocois another hit for Pixar. [WCP]

YOUNG & HUNGRY LINKS, byLaura Hayes (tips? lhayes@washingtoncitypaper.com)

  • Soak up last night’s booze with these breakfast tacos. [WCP]

  • Nordic fine food is coming to Dupont from a former chef of ambassadors. [PoPville]

  • Where to drink until 4 a.m. on Wednesday night. [Washingtonian]

  • Inside Steve Salis’ strategy for Ted’s Bulletin, Kramerbooks, and beyond. [Post]

  • Vegetarian Philly import V Street is delayed until February. [Eater]

HOUSING COMPLEX LINKS, by Andrew Giambrone (tips? agiambrone@washingtoncitypaper)

  • District lawmakers propose rewarding landlords for following D.C.’s housing code. [WCP]

  • Residents vent about Airbnb’s impact on gentrification and housing market. [Post]

  • Two condos in office-like building in Shaw list are priced at around $1 million each. [Post]

  • Now trending in the District: “entertainment retail” like table tennis and bowling. [Bisnow]

  • Howard seeks to add residences to commercial building on Georgia Ave. [UrbanTurf]

  • Homes across the District one can rent for approximately $3,700 a month. [Curbed DC]

  • On the other end: Rental listings that are going for around $1,400 a month. [Curbed DC]

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