Around the ‘hood: Waste water, bomb shelter, play, Trinity Groves restaurants

santa-fe-trestle-hike-and-bike-trail-aerial-viewThe Texas Tribune has an interesting story about how waste water improves the Trinity River, which benefits Houston.

The Associated Press picked up a story about the Cold War-era bomb shelter in Don Sanders’ Kessler Park backyard. We had a story and pictures about the home in March.

“Knocking on My Door,” a play about the lives of families with a relative on death row, is running at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center through Oct. 24.

Souk Moroccan Bistro and Bazaar opens at Trinity Groves Saturday. Speaking of Trinity Groves, City of Ate reviewed Kitchen LTO.


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