This weekend: Dealey Plaza photo exhibit, Texas Theater flick, tweed ride

Sunday is Nov. 22, the anniversary of the JFK assassination, which was 46 years ago.  You can observe the circus that Dealey Plaza becomes this day. Or you can check out the exhibit of photos that neighbors Patricia Richards and Rick Barton have been shooting there every Nov. 22 since 1997. It’s on display at Hunky’s in the Bishop Arts District.

The Texas Theater is screening "Cry of Battle," the Van Heflin flick that was playing when law enforcement arrested Lee Harvey Oswald there. The show starts at 1:30 p.m., about the same time it would’ve started 46 years ago.

Cheerio! Bike Friendly Oak Cliff is leading a "tweed ride" Sunday. It starts at the Grassy Knoll, tours downtown and travels across the Houston Street Viaduct to make a pit stop at Eno’s. Details are available here.

 
 



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