Tonight, Videology in Brooklyn, NY is kicking off their monthly Twin Peaks Bingo night with the pilot episode. The audience will receive bingo cards with characters, motifs and catch phrases, and will be able to score free drinks or maybe the grand prize: a whole cherry pie!
The Black Lodge, a group art exhibition at Interstate Projects in Brooklyn, NY.
Field Mouse from Brooklyn, NY describes itself as a dream pop band and is there a song dreamier than Falling by Julee Cruise? No, so here's their as good as obligatory cover.
To celebrate their first anniversary, Silent Drape Runners are organizing a Halloween party where they will, hold on to your seat, perform a ritual to summon the presence of the ultimate evil, BOB.
Silent Drape Runners, the electronic duo from Brooklyn that has the audacity to substitute Angelo Badalamenti 's soundtrack with a blend of their own productions and percolated pop songs, are headed to The Bell House in Brooklyn for another, revamped edition of Twin Peaks: The Beginning.
Special Agent Dale Cooper vanished more than 20 years ago and to this day his fate remains unknown. But according to Brooklyn-based artist Michelle Levy, he has recently been making appearances.
Here's an overview of all the ongoing Twin Peaks screenings around the world that I am currently aware of.
Twin Peaks sans Angelo Badalamenti? I find that hard, if not impossible to imagine. But DJ Russ has decided to take up the challenge and together with special guests will provide a brand new soundtrack to the first two episodes of Twin Peaks, live at Veronica People's Club in Brooklyn, New York.
Will you be there for the third and final (?) Twin Peaks TV Party at The Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.
goodyoga usually organizes yoga sessions on their rooftop in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, but tonight they'll show the two first episodes of Twin Peaks. And they'll continue to show two of them every other Thursday night for the remainder of June! Popcorn will be served, no word about pie.
Last Sunday, Brooklyn's Bell House hosted the second season Twin Peaks TV Party and for those who weren't able to attend, I'll let the (slightly NSFW) pictures speak for themselves.
Boy, are Twin Peaks fans in New York City being spoiled lately! In addition to the ongoing David Lynch burlesque nights, there's now a Twin Peaks TV Party coming up May 9th 2011 at Brooklyn's The Bell House.