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Posted at 07:13 PM ET, 04/24/2012

DeEvening Links: Far up farming

San Francisco’s Living Roof Project is well ahead on this whole green roof thing. (Jeff Chiu - AP)
Time to take “green roofs” to the next level — why not roof farms? Tim Craig reports at D.C. Wire that Property Group Partners, now developing buildings atop the I-395 air rights parcel, is pondering airborne agriculture for its edifices. Their bounty might well supply restaurants below.

In other news:

Capital City Diner has been moved to the Capital City Market (All We Can Eat)

“Hairspray” wins big at this year’s Helen Hayes Awards (Post)

Your newly chartered schools offer Hebrew immersion, “second chance” education for adults (D.C. Schools Insider)

Can’t grow a city on wealthy singles alone (Where We Live)

Why Jeffrey Thompson matters: “It is impossible to know where the end of the road will be in this seemingly complex story of a well-connected player.” (WRC-TV)

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