beerThe Kessler has a Valentines Day show. Daphne Willis, Madison King and Ruby Jane perform tonight, Feb. 14. And then Oak Cliff’s own Ray Wylie Hubbard performs Friday, Feb. 15. Hubbard performed “Mother Blues” on Late Night with David Letterman last month, and he also performed “Screw You We’re from Texas,” after the show, at Dave’s request, and it was awesome. Go see him. He loves Oak Cliff.

The Bishop Arts Theater Center presents “Audacity: A Celebration of American History,” a play by Teresa Coleman Wash that is “a quick trip through the words, sounds and sights of many important African-American history makers.” This theater made our January list of things to do to be a tourist in your own neighborhood. Here’s a chance to mark it off your list. The show runs at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15-16. Tickets cost $10 in advance or $20 at the door.

This Sunday would’ve been the Bike Friendly Oak Cliff Tweed Ride, but Dallas Tweed Ride founder Jason Roberts is off doing a Better Block in Australia. BFOC board member Jonathon Braddick has organized a bicycle brewery tour in its place. Meet at Klyde Warren Park at 1 p.m. Sunday. The ride will take off at 1:30 p.m. for tours of Community and Four Corners breweries.

The Texas Theatre is screening “The Princess Bride” for Valentine’s Day tonight. This weekend, the theater shows a locally produced film, “The Playroom,” as well as “The Master.”