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Twin Peaks - Discovering the Mystery

Twin Peaks is my (second) favorite show of all time. It is, essentially, one of the first things that made me fall in love with surrealism and the rest of its co-creator, David Lynch’s, filmography. 963 more words

Opinion Zone

"The more the universe seems comprehensible, the more it also seems pointless"*...

It was hiding in plain sight, and yet it was almost designed not to be noticed at all. For several years from the mid-1980s to the early 1990s, an experimental four-panel comic strip conceived and written by David Lynch ran in a handful of alt-weeklies under the title “The Angriest Dog in the World.” If you were the type of person who might have been flipping through the Los Angeles Reader or the New York Press or Creative Loafing or the Baltimore City Paper around 1987, you surely remember the peculiarly unfunny strip with the never-changing image of a tiny, spermatozoa-esque pooch straining at his lead in which the deadpan resolution was almost always a transitional nighttime image of the same godforsaken yard.

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Top Tracks: Johnny Jewel- "Breathless"

When Johnny Jewel bequeathed a surprise album of alterna Twin Peaks: The Return songs to us at the start of this week, I don’t think I fully realized just how damn gorgeous the thing would be. 315 more words


JULEE CRUISE - " The Voice of Love "

Sacred Bones Records will be releasing two records by the legendary singer Julee Cruise – The Voice of Love, her sophomore album which is now available on vinyl for the first time, and  599 more words


Last Night in Montreal by Emily St. John Mandel

Last Night In Montreal was on my list of potential reads for my week off between jobs. I got it with a gift card my former coworkers gave me. 260 more words

Tor.com: Returning to Twin Peaks: The Return

I love Twin Peaks, so there was no way I was going to miss a chance to reflect on the one year anniversary of Showtime’s… 436 more words