Relive Twin Peaks with The Black Lodge Art Show at Pan Dulce Gallery

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The recent finale of Twin Peaks: The Return, which saw David Lynch and  Mark Frost revisiting their iconic, cult classic TV series Twin Peaks after 25 years, left fans and newcomers alike asking some pretty important questions. Will this really be the end of this beloved, transcendental mystery? How is Dale (the real one) such a badass? Also: what the fuck even happened at the end there?

While you might not find any answers to these questions at this weekend’s Twin Peaks-inspired art show (appropriately dubbed “The Black Lodge”), you will have the opportunity to view/purchase sweet themed artwork, to enjoy/endure some fittingly surreal live music from Porridge Fist and The Midnight Cleaners, and to feast your eyes upon projections from/inspired by the series.

Real Ale Brewing Company will be serving up adult beverages, and, of course, there will be coffee (presumably damn good and hot!) as well as pastries.

Free, Saturday, October 21, 9:00pm, Pan Dulce Gallery, 1005 N. New Braunfels Ave., (210) 797-2628, facebook.com/pandulcegallery.
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