Around the ‘hood: Highway noise, home design, zip line, butterflies

monarchs-hibernatingThose clear plastic panels on eastbound Interstate 30 from Oak Cliff are an $885,000 trial from the Texas Department of Transportation to see if they will reduce highway noise in Kessler Park.

Jason Lennox, the owner of Anteks, lives in our neighborhood, and Culturemap gives us a look inside his gorgeous house.

They also preview six homes from this weekend’s Old Oak Cliff Conservation League Fall Home Tour.

The Trinity River Forest is getting a zip-line park, says the Dallas Observer.

KERA visited Rosemont Elementary School this week for a story about the migration of monarch butterflies through Texas.

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