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Window Shopping

on September 27, 1999

Bloomingdale's has window displays on the 3rd Avenue side which feature photographs by Mick Rock which include the beautiful 'sax' photos of David. Also included are photographs of Lou Reed, Queen, Iggy Pop and Johnny Rotten.

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Bowie Shows And Appearences

on September 27, 1999

We have added a new listing to the Shows and Appearances list.

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Bowie On Snl

on September 26, 1999





    Last night, David Bowie and wife Iman were in the front row at the 25th Anniversary of Saturday Night Live' Show.

    David actually took the stage for a quick appearance with Jerry Seinfeld. The two joked around a bit, gave a quick plug for next weeks SNL show, and then introduced Eurthymics.

    Bowie was also shown in 2 different clips of past shows.






    Don't miss the great photos and journal David sent in today!
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Your Favorite Song Part 2

on September 26, 1999
    Well, while your at it, here is another poll, this one brought to you by VH1.

    VH1 wants to know about your favorite song. The results will be posted during the VH1's 100 Greatest Songs broadcast.

    Let VH-1 know "The greatest Rock and Roll song ever is... And here's why ..."

    Also included in the poll are the following:

    WORST SONG OF ROCK & ROLL
    GREATEST LOVE SONG
    GREATEST COVER SONG
    GREATEST HAIR METAL BAND SONG
    GREATEST '90S SONG
    GREATEST '80s SONG
    GREATEST SONG FROM A MOVIE


    Get your votes in now by clicking here.
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A Chill In Brooklyn

on September 26, 1999
    NY Times writer Bob Herbert takes a compelling look the SENSATION situation in Sunday's NY Times.

    Here is an excerpt:
    This time Rudolph Giuliani, who has only a passing acquaintance with the First Amendment, is determined to protect us from some nasty pictures at an exhibition. And if the only way to do that is to cripple a terrific cultural resource like the Brooklyn Museum of Art -- well, that's a price the Mayor is perfectly willing to pay.

    He's already gone after the porn parlors. Now it's a museum. Maybe he can find some nasty passages in some raunchy books and close a few libraries.

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