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Bowie

(bo͞o`ē), city (1990 pop. 37,589), Prince Georges co., W central Md.; inc. 1916. It is mainly a residential community. Points of interest include the Woodward Mansion (c.1743), which serves as the city hall, and Belair Stables, a historical museum. Bowie State Univ. is in the city.

Bowie

1. David, real name David Jones. born 1947, British rock singer, songwriter, and film actor. His recordings include "Space Oddity" (1969), The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972), Heroes (1977), Let's Dance (1983), and Heathen (2002)
2. James, known as Jim Bowie. 1796--1836, US frontiersman. A hero of the Texas Revolution against Mexico (1835--36), he died at the Battle of the Alamo
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But the chance encounter on the bus in Halifax changed all that - and led officers to a trail of other victims on bus routes Bowie worked in several parts of Scotland.
The face masks are based on originals made by Bowie for EMI years ago.
Since then, he has made several remarks about Bowie, who also reportedly refused to allow permission for Morrissey to use a photograph of them together on a release last year.
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Parking my cynicism for a while though it is difficult to overestimate the influence Mr Bowie has had on fashion.
One of Steve's claims to fame was that he worked with Bowie on the film Labyrinth.
Contributors include avant garde Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto, who designed the flamboyant, androgynous Ziggy Stardust/Aladdin Sane costumes worn by Bowie on tour in 1973; Terry O'Neill - renowned photographer of celebrities of the '60s and '70s, who worked with Bowie on several occasions and who is perhaps best known for his striking photographs of Bowie for the Diamond Dogs tour; and contemporary artist Jeremy Deller whose piece English Magic at the British Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale, is in large part inspired by Bowie and his impact on the English psyche.
When Nicolas Roeg made the brilliant decision to cast Bowie as an alien outsider in his 1976 film, The Man Who Fell to Earth, he instinctively recognized that Bowie's career was already a commentary on itself: that to some extent, like the character he played in the film, Bowie was staring at the world, pop music, and his role within them as though from another planet.
Put succinctly, the news release states, "David Bowie is back, but hopefully not for long.
The songwriter and producer was at the opening of the 'David Bowie Is' exhibition at London's V&A museum on Wednesday.
I'm happy to report that there's still life in the old Bowie, but not all is hunky dory in his universe.