Jonathan Steinbloom: "It says opening night. It says, "I love folk music but I'm not afraid of classical.". It's very beautiful. I'm a little afraid of these pokey things that are sticking out."
Lawrence E. Turpin: "Those are apple blossoms."
Jonathan Steinbloom: "The apple blossoms, is that what they're called?"
Lawrence E. Turpin: "Yes."
Jonathan Steinbloom: "These apple blossoms are right at eye height. And I'm so afraid that somebody could come over to sniff, to admire, and just get an eye poked out. I'd love to clip it off. If we could get a kind of a shape to these things, that's my basic creative issues. And I have a health and safety issue. Those viny things down there. They're a disaster. They're too low, they're too tangly. They're just, like, waiting for an elderly person to wheel by, or somebody in a walker, or with a brace on their leg, or something. You know, a lot... a lot of my family is... is beyond old, and..."
Lawrence E. Turpin: "Well, you know, I've got a great idea. Why don't we just get some carnations and a beer stein and just put them right up here."
Jonathan Steinbloom: "I don't see how that would work."