This weekend: Pep rally, Taco Con, Magic Bike, Ray Wylie Hubbard

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Friday, Sept. 6, at Four Corners

Blue or purple? Leopard or bison? The second-annual Rival Rematch Rally, with pep rallies for Adamson and Sunset high schools, starts at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Bishop Arts District. Each school will parade across Davis and hold separate pep rallies prior to their football game Friday. Put another way: Hunky’s or El Corazon? Eat at Hunky’s Thursday and part of the proceeds will go to Sunset. El Corazon de Tejas will donate to Adamson.

Thursday also is first Thursday wine walk, from 6-9 p.m. in Bishop Arts. Pay $10 for a wine glass and receive refills at participating shops.

The North Texas Taco Festival and Four Corners Brewing Co. hosts TacoCon (Cerveza), a celebration of the lonchero, or taco truck. The beer-and-tacos party is from 6-10 p.m. Friday at Four Corners.

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Oak Cliff son Ray Wylie Hubbard records a live album over two nights at the Kessler Theater, Sept. 5-6.

The Texas Theatre is showing “This is the End,” among its weekend offerings.

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The Elmwood Neighborhood Association is having a garage sale starting at 7 a.m. Saturday at 1206 Cascade. The sale is a benefit for a neighbor who has cancer.

The Fort Worth Avenue Development Group celebrates its newest public art installation, the Magic Bike, at 5 p.m Saturday at Smoke.

The Davis Foundry Gallery hosts a reception for  artist Tina Medina’s show “Terrible Hermosa” starting at 6 p.m. Saturday.

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