This weekend: Wooly Bully, free music, wine, fashion

Oak Cliff-based artist Clay Stinnett opens “Wooly Bully” Friday at the Texas Theatre. Stinnett describes the work in this show as “comic-book paintings.” Stinnett is the guy who did those movie-poster paintings for the Texas.

Ryan Thomas Becker performs a free concert at the Belmont Hotel Friday at 7:30 p.m..

Chelsmati’s Wine Market hosts a free wine tasting at 7 p.m. Friday. Call or text 214.923.9814 to rsvp.

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Dallas Cycle Style is throwing a fashion awards show Saturday. From the invitation: “We’ll announce the 2012 people’s choice Face of Biking in Dallas, who will win a bike pannier from Linus, and cool swag Richardson Bike Mart, Transit Bikes, Oak Cliff Bicycle Co. and more.” A $10 cover includes rum and blue agave tastings. It starts at 9 p.m. at the Continental Lofts.

Junior Brown performs at the Kessler Saturday.

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  • Let us not forget about the Tiny Spokes Art Show opening at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center Friday night from 6:30pm till 8:30pm

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