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Shinola Block Party in Silver Lake; Intentionally Blank Pop-Up at Nadia Geller; More!

We round up the week's coolest events so you don't have to.

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SILVER LAKE—As the opening of Shinola in Venice rapidly approaches (and the brand preps for stores in DTLA and The Grove) the chic bicycle and lifestyle boutique is paying tribute to its original LA location (3515 W Sunset Boulevard) with a spring block party. Join the bash this Saturday from 12-4pm, with some key 3500-block players teaming up to make the event bigger and better, including neighboring stores RetroSuperFuture, Buck Mason, and Aesop. Vouchers will be on hand for complimentary food and drinks.

ARTS DISTRICT—LA-based, Racked-fave shoe brand Intentionally Blank is popping up at home goods mecca Nadia Geller Market (1801 E 7th Street) for an exciting shopping event this Friday at 6pm, combing two of our favorite things: shoes and home accessories. You'll be able to shop exclusive deals in-store on Nadia Geller new arrivals, have a drink (or two) and mingle, and check out the latest from Intentionally Blank's current collection. We're prepared to bring these home.

ARTS DISTRICTCNTRL Studios (836 Traction Avenue) and Culver City arts hotspot Maxwell Alexander Gallery are joining creative forces to produce and present a group show highlighting the culture and mythology of the West, entitled Far West. Curated by artists Mark Maggiori and Stephen Smith, you can expect American West iconography, brilliant photos and fine art. The show opens tomorrow with a reception from 7-10pm featuring complimentary House Beer, Mezcal Amarás, Jameson whiskey (giddy-up), as well as a tamer selection of bevvies from Juice Served Here and bites from Guerilla Tacos.