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This weekend it's the Silver Lake Art Crawl, which will be punctuated tonight by a kick off party. Their mission this year is to emphasize the rich, diverse art created and on display in Silver Lake, reflecting the expressive power of the Eastside through gallery exhibitions, special events, and other projects. You may want to check out the party from 9pm-midnight at the Gold Bear Academy project space, where Eastside gallerists, business owners, and visitors will be gathering to celebrate spirit of the event. Local galleries and artists will participate in a group show of local artwork, Neat, which will be up to view by appointment for several weeks. It's free and open to the public, but requires an RSVP to

Acorn Pictures has shifted from film to stage this weekend, and tonight is the last night of a series of three focused on one-act plays. The event, in its second year, is called LIVEWorks, and wraps things up tonight at 7 at The Odyssey Theatre (20055 South Sepulveda Blvd). For tickets: Online or call (310) 477-2055.