Fire Walk with Dismal Niche down to Café Berlin for a slice of “cherry pie so good it’ll kill ya” and a “damn fine cup of coffee” while catching up on the cult American serial drama Twin Peaks before it’s return to TV in May.
Dismal Niche founder Matthew Crook and his momma Grandma ‘Cherry Pie’ will open up “After 5 Pie” - a pop up pie shop - the last two Sundays of April serving up homemade cherry pie, Sparky’s ice cream and hot coffee from 5-10pm. Profits from sales will go towards programming for the 2017 Dismal Niche Music and Arts Festival to take place downtown Columbia Oct 6-8.
Cherry Pie slice - $6
Slice w/ Scoop of Vanilla - $8
Coffee - $1
About Dismal Niche:
Founded in 2013 in Columbia, Mo, Dismal Niche began as a small batch, artist operated tape label and community arts network committed to facilitating and archiving the expression of the more esoteric and experimental accents of the local Columbia music and arts community.
Since incorporating as a non-profit in April 2015 the activities of the organization have largely revolved around curating and facilitating the annual Dismal Niche Music and Arts Festival. Drawing from both local and regional communities as well as more established national and international artists whose work has helped to inspire and shape the world of experimental art and music, The Dismal Niche Music and Arts Festival's mission is to situate regional experimentalists within a larger national context bringing artists from across the U.S. and beyond the world to Columbia for a weekend offering residents rare opportunities to experience multimedia showcases and performances of high caliber contemporary art and music.