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Staying Relevant

on January 12, 1999

Rolling Stone network has posted up highlights of the BowieNet / Iman chat from David's birthday last Friday (Jan. 8th). Entitled "Outside Looking In: Iman roasts Bowie on his Birthday" highlights include David's favorite dish (Osso Bocco) as well as other domestic details. At the end of the article, Rolling Stone Network asks it readers an interesting question "Has David Bowie stayed relevant longer than any other artist?" Well, what do you think? Let Rolling Stone know.

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Post 2033

on January 12, 1999

Originally set to close January 9th, the "Bowie" art exhibit at the Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery has been extended to January 23rd due to popular demand. Bowie has visited the exhibit and evidently bought a couple of the pieces which will remain on show through the 23rd. The Gallery is located at 453 West 17th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, New York.For more details on the Goldsworthy Gallery Exibition, have a look at David's October 16th journal.

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The Hunger On Tnt

on January 12, 1999

The classic horror film "The Hunger" airs on TNT (Brazil) January 23, 1999, 00:35.

Synopsis:Miriam and John Blaylock are young, beautiful... and hungry. An eternal couple, sensual and irresistible. CATHERINE DENEUVE is Miriam, the icy beauty whose mystery was born in the waters of ancient Egypt. The legendary rock star DAVID BOWIE is John, her lover through the centuries, a man who shares Miriam's secrets until he inexplicably begins aging at an accelerated pace.

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The Big Issue

on January 11, 1999

The Big Issue: David Bowie grabs the front cover of the UK's The Big Issue (January 11-17th issue). The article called "Starman lost in Cyberspace" details the launch of BowieNet in the UK. On newsstands now.

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Lodger Symphony On The Horizon

on January 11, 1999

In a recent interview in The Boston Phoenix (January 7th-14th), composer Philip Glass mentions that he and David Bowie will collaborate on a reworking of Lodger in the near future, completing the Bowie trilogy. The "Low Symphony" and "Heroes Symphony" were released by Point Music. Check out the interview at:http://bostonphoenix.com.

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