Tuesday, February 15, 2011

"Twin Peaks" 20th Anniversary

"The Owls Are Not What They Seem"

This past Saturday David Lynch hosted an art show at Clifton's Cafeteria commemorating the 20th anniversary of the television series, "Twin Peaks." Larry and I were serious Peakies! We loved that show and the subsequent movies.
We drove downtown for the beginning of the exhibit on Saturday night. We were a bit late getting started and could not get near Clifton's at 7:30 on Saturday night. The show was supposed to open at 8pm and there was a line 2 blocks long to get in. Yes, it was a scene. So, we drove up to Philippe's restaurant for a French dip beef sandwich for dinner. We were hoping that people would go thru the exhibit and leave. No such luck. An hour later, after dinner, we drove by Clifton's again and the line was even longer than before! Luckily, this pop-up art show would be open on Sunday!

That's Kim and Rob eating lunch on the left @ Clifton's

We had no trouble on Sunday afternoon getting into the cafeteria, along with families eating breakfast. The small show was on the mezzanine level. I'm sure there were more interactive "rooms" during the opening on Saturday, but at least we got to see much of the featured artwork.

Clifton's Brookdale Cafeteria was the perfect place to host this show. The decor is reminiscent of a lodge in the pines....very Peakie!

The "Log Lady" @ Philippe's

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At 2:36 PM PST, Blogger susanc said...

I can't believe it's been 20 years! I loved that show too in all it's wacky wierdness! :) Glad you were able to get in on Sunday.

At 10:09 AM PST, Blogger Leslie said...

20 years - that's amazing. I loved that show! There were several of us in the office that watched it and had an "analysis" meeting every week to discuss what happened. The TV show Psych on USA had an episode called "Dual Spires" recently. Some might think they were poking fun but I loved it! I laughed out loud several times.


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