Twin Peaks Screenings at Huckleberry Bar

"She’s dead. Wrapped in plastic." Yes, it was 19 years ago this Feb. 24 when a beloved teenage homecoming queen named Laura Palmer was found murdered in a quiet, woodland town in northern Washington. We’re talking about the plot of David Lynch’s epic TV series, Twin Peaks, of course. The Culture Czar is a massive fan, and apparently we’re not the only ones. On Monday nights starting Feb. 25, Williamsburg’s Huckleberry Bar will screen episodes of Twin Peaks “in remembrance of Laura Palmer,” culminating with the series finale on May 5. To answer the question we know is on the mind of all you devoted Peaks freaks out there, the bar will indeed be serving coffee, donuts, and “the occasional pie.” The screenings start at 10:30, and if you can’t make it, at least get your hands on a copy of Twin Peaks: The Definitive Gold Box edition, which was released last fall. Just remember, “The owls are not what they seem!”

Twin Peaks Screenings at Huckleberry Bar