Oh, Winona. Sometimes goth, other times grunge, but always the oddball, she portrayed a kind of vulnerable cool that was imitated by many misfits slouching their way through high school. Her characters lusted after boys, struggled with mental illness, and though she seemed unquestionably modern, her roles in period pieces were just as iconic. Few have made such an indelible impression on a generation as she — and if you’re like us, you may routinely be quoting her lines without realizing (most especially: “It’s good to want things”).
Gather with us for a day of worship, in which we will watch four of her iconic movies (kept a secret until picture hits the screen) and share stories of obsession, with themed drink specials and other surprises.