This weekend: ‘Black at the Assassination,’ street bazaar, bikes, art, organ music

540127_10152285705087907_1451650782_n“Black at the Assassination,” by Oak Cliff playwrights Kyndal Robinson and Camika Spencer, opens at 7:30 tonight, Oct. 17, at the Bishop Arts Theatre Center and runs through Oct. 27. Tickets cost $10 for tonight’s performance and $15-$20 for the remainder of the run.

The Urban Street Bazaar returns to Bishop Arts Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. with handmade and vintage vendors.

Bike Friendly Oak Cliff’s Cyclesomatic continues with the Aurora Ciclovia on Friday and a bicycle swap meet Saturday.

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The Ginger Fox Gallery hosts an opening reception for artists Salma Gottfried and Ted Cantrell from 6-9 p.m. Saturday.

Organist Charles Harris, an Oak Cliff native and Adamson High School graduate, gives a concert at Tyler Street Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Sunday.

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