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Now boondocking at the Indian Bread Rocks Recreation Area BLM campground

 I left the Dragoon Mountains shortly after 8AM this morning, stopped at Benson, AZ for groceries and cleaning supplies at the Walmart and then headed east on I-10 towards Bowie, AZStopped at the TA Travel Center and paid $10 to dump tanks, then drove on over to the nearby KOA Campground where I got water.  Surprisingly, it was no charge.  Wonder how long that will remain the case.Anyways, kept going east on I-10 for a short while and turned off the exit for Bowie, AZ and from there it was less ...
Tags: Walmart, Motorcycles, Arizona, Google Maps, BLM, Bowie, Sammy, Benson AZ, Chiricahua National Monument, RV Trips, Dragoon Mountains, VRRV, TA Travel Center, KOA Campground


Now boondocking at the Indian Bread Rocks BLM campground

 I left the Dragoon Mountains shortly after 8AM this morning, stopped at Benson, AZ for groceries and cleaning supplies at the Walmart and then headed east on I-10 towards Bowie, AZStopped at the TA Travel Center and paid $10 to dump tanks, then drove on over to the nearby KOA Campground where I got water.  Surprisingly, it was no charge.  Wonder how long that will remain the case.Anyways, kept going east on I-10 for a short while and turned off the exit for Bowie, AZ and from there it was less ...
Tags: Walmart, Motorcycles, Arizona, Google Maps, Bowie, Sammy, Benson AZ, Chiricahua National Monument, RV Trips, Dragoon Mountains, VRRV, TA Travel Center, KOA Campground


Now boondocking at the Indian Bread BLM campground

 I left the Dragoon Mountains shortly after 8AM this morning, stopped at Benson, AZ for groceries and cleaning supplies at the Walmart and then headed east on I-10 towards Bowie, AZStopped at the TA Travel Center and paid $10 to dump tanks, then drove on over to the nearby KOA Campground where I got water.  Surprisingly, it was no charge.  Wonder how long that will remain the case.Anyways, kept going east on I-10 for a short while and turned off the exit for Bowie, AZ and from there it was less ...
Tags: Walmart, Motorcycles, Arizona, Google Maps, Bowie, Sammy, Benson AZ, Chiricahua National Monument, RV Trips, Dragoon Mountains, VRRV, TA Travel Center, KOA Campground


"I feel strongly that the essence of Charlie Brown is premature existential despair and world weariness..."

"... and both this song and the holiday special give you an inaccurate idea of the Charlie Brown ratio of despair to maudlin moments of transcendence. Then again, there’s a sort of evocative melancholy in this song that’s making me regret placing it here, scores of slots below 'Dominick the Donkey.' Eh, it’s probably fine." Writes Alexandra Petri, explaining her placement of "Christmas Time Is Here" at #80 on "A ranking of 100 — yes, 100 — Christmas songs" (WaPo).  I found her reasoning ver...
Tags: Music, Law, Christmas, David Bowie, Paul Thomas Anderson, Mars, Frank Sinatra, Charlie Brown, Bowie, WaPo, Alexandra Petri, Dominick, Charles Schulz, Petri, Paul Anka, Ann Althouse


8 Hours of David Bowie’s Historic 1980 Floor Show: Complete & Uncut Footage

Bowie completists rejoice. Eight hours of footage from his 1973 television program “The 1980 Floor Show,” have found their way to YouTube, including, Boing Boing notes, “uncut footage… multiple takes, backstage moments, and all of the dance rehearsals.” The show — actually an episode of the NBC series The Midnight Special curated by Bowie — lived up to its title (itself a pun on “1984,” the opening song of the broadcast), with elaborate dance numbers, major costume changes, and several g...
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Legendary photographer Mick Rock, "the man who shot the '70s," RIP

Legendary music photographer Mick Rock, known as "the man who shot the 70s," has died at age 72. Rock captured iconic images of Lou Reed, Queen, Debbie Harry, the Ramones, Iggy Pop, Ozzy Osbourne, Joan Jett, and, of course, David Bowie, including directing Bowie's videos for "Space Odyssey," "Life on Mars," "Jean Genie," and "John, I'm Only Dancing." — Read the rest
Tags: Art, Post, Photography, Video, Music, News, David Bowie, Photographers, John, Lou Reed, Bowie, Mick Rock, Space Odyssey Life


It's A Good Day For Bowie Fans As Brett Morgan Announces A Top Secret Project On The Iconic Musician

We've yet to have a tried and true David Bowie documentary that really gets into the nitty-gritty of who Ziggy Stardust was, on and off-stage. Now, we may get just that from Brett Morgan, the filmmaker behind "Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck."According to Variety, the director — who is also known for his work on "Jane," "The Runaways," and "The Kid Stays in the Picture" — has been "finalizing" a "top-secret" Bowie project, which is based on "thousands of hours of rare performance footage" of the le...
Tags: Movies, News, Ferrari, Ford, David Bowie, Kurt Cobain, Bmg, Todd Haynes, Morgan, Iman, Bowie, Ziggy Stardust, Tony Visconti, Morgen, Paul Massey, Jonathan Rhys Meyers


Bowie's YouTube channel has been uploading 4K versions of his music videos

It's a treat to see Bowie videos in 4K. Visit his YouTube channel to see ultra high res versions of "Jump They Say,"  "Miracle Goodnight," "Black Tie White Noise," "Hallo Spaceboy," and many other 1990s Bowie songs. [via CN]
Tags: Post, Music, News, Youtube, David Bowie, Bowie


Charley Webb opens up about having more children

Charley Webb is already a doting mum to three young sons, Buster, 11, Bowie, five, and Ace,...
Tags: Bowie, Buster, Charley Webb


102 Top Fitness Influencers

In today’s world, social media has become the new social proof. Social media users are ever more looking for influencers to get insights into product reviews, seek knowledge on issues and connect with individuals with whom we share common issues. What an influencer does here is to use their ability to influence potential buyers of a product or service by promoting or recommending the items on social media platforms. Similarly with consumers becoming more health-conscious brands are looking to f...
Tags: UK, Jennifer Lawrence, Instagram, Youtube, Sales, Los Angeles, Marketing Strategy, Nike, Netherlands, Michelle Obama, Venezuela, Victoria, Gordon Ramsay, Sony Pictures, Halle Berry, Smith


When The Who Saved New York City After 9/11: Watch Their Cathartic Madison Square Garden Set (October 20, 2001)

A little more than a month after the terrorist attacks on 9/11, with the nation and world still reeling from that day, Madison Square Garden hosted The Concert for New York City. A benefit concert of the first order, it was also a thank you to the sacrifice of NYC’s fire and police departments, which had lost many members during that day. (The former had lost 343 firefighters.) But like a lot of things about that day twenty years later, it has sort of vanished down the cultural memory ho...
Tags: Garden, Facebook, Music, New York, College, New York City, America, Middle East, Tom Watson, David Bowie, Paul Mccartney, Billy Joel, Watson, World Trade Center, Giuliani, Forbes


David Bowie ‘75’ Pop-Up Stores Open in New York and London

In the five years since his death from cancer in January 2016, David Bowie’s estate has kept fans captivated with an extensive, tastefully curated series of reissues that have presented a vast amount of material in a non-overwhelming manner. Happily, that same approach is evident in the “Bowie 75” pop-up stores (so named for his […]
Tags: New York, London, News, David Bowie, Bowie


10 Halloween Movies On Netflix Worth Streaming This October

Not everyone has the same approach when it comes to picking a Halloween movie. Some opt for classic horror movies. Some choose a killer franchise (and we mean "killer" in more ways than one). Others prefer PG-rated Halloween movies, the film equivalent of staying home and greeting cute trick-or-treaters instead of hitting up a costume party or a haunted house. But we can all agree that opening up a streaming service without knowing what to watch beforehand can be intimidating, even when you're t...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Movies, Netflix, United States, House, David Bowie, Harry Potter, Charlie Hunnam, Steve Buscemi, Emma Roberts, Jumanji, Jason, Tom Hiddleston, Adam Sandler, Universal Studios, Crimson Peak


David Bowie’s 75th Birthday Celebrated With Pop Up Shops Opening Next Week

David Bowie’s would-have-been 75th birthday isn’t until January, but next week his estate is beginning “Bowie 75,” a year-long celebration that kicks off with the openings of two “curated experiential pop-up shops” — one at the site of the cover shoot of his classic “Ziggy Stardust” album in London, and another in his New York […]
Tags: New York, London, News, David Bowie, Bowie


Dave Grohl Falls Offstage & Breaks His Leg, Then Continues the Show as The Foo Fighters Play Queen’s “Under Pressure” (2015)

How do you make the show go on after a broken leg? The blessing we give performers before they go onstage isn’t something we actually want to see happen. Nonetheless, stage injuries occur frequently, and in some cases, severely, as when Patti Smith fell 15 feet into a concrete orchestra pit in 1977 and broke several vertebrae in her back. “I felt like an asshole,” she told Circus magazine, “but my doctor told me not to worry, it happens to everybody.” Maybe not everybody, but when th...
Tags: Facebook, Music, College, Washington Dc, Dave Grohl, Patti Smith, Ac Dc, Entertainment Weekly, Kurt Cobain, Bowie, Grohl, Gothenburg Sweden, Josh Jones, Brian Johnson, Durham NC Follow, First Foo Fighters Demo Recordings


These are the 25 small and midsize companies offering the best compensation

Flywire is one of the companies offering the best compensation, according to Comparably's 2021 ranking. Courtesy of Comparably Comparably just released this year's list of the companies that have the best compensation packages. The list was based on questions involving things like raises and satisfaction with benefits. Here are the small and midsize companies with the best compensation, according to Comparably. See more stories on Insider's business page. 25. Tinder ...
Tags: New York, Boston, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Chicago, Long Beach, San Jose, Oakland, Seattle, Newton, Bowie, PTO, Redondo Beach, Westlake Village


David Bowie’s Lost Album Toy Will Get an Official Release: Hear the First Track “You’ve Got A Habit Of Leaving”

To the serious Bowie fan, the unreleased self-covers album Toy is not a secret. This collection of reworked pre-“Space Oddity” songs recorded with his touring band from his 2000 Glastonbury appearance was bootlegged a year after it was shelved in 2001. And it has been re-pressed illegally nearly every year since, sometimes as Toy and sometimes as The Lost Album. Some of the fourteen cuts popped up as b-sides over the years, but the whole album? Maybe, fans thought…one day. Well, that one...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Beyonce, College, Radiohead, David Bowie, O'leary, Glastonbury, Pete Townshend, Bowie, EMI, KCRW, Davy Jones, William S Burroughs, Beeb, Ted Mills


Video: ‘Fright Fest’ At Six Flags America Turns Into Fight Night As Crowds Turn Violent

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Tags: America, Prince George, Baltimore, Bowie, George, Six Flags America, County Police Department, Prince George 's County, County Police, Around the Nation, Six Flags America Turns Into


Here's the first single from the unreleased David Bowie album coming in January

After David Bowie played the Glastonbury music festival in 2000, he hit the recording studio to reimagine a set of songs that he first recorded in the late 1960s. The album, titled Toy, will finally be released on Bowie's 75th birthday, January 7, 2022. — Read the rest
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Honma Golf: Where To In 2022?

“The only constant in life is change”  Greek philosopher Heraclitus “Time may change me but I can’t trace time”  British rocker Bowie Honma Golf has had one constant in North America: Change. For the past three years, it seems Honma has turned to face the strange and put itself through enough ch-ch-changes in strategy and corporate leadership to make both Bowie and Heraclitus proud. Since 2018, Honma Golf leadership has morphed more times than a Power Ranger—from “strategic advisor” Mark King to...
Tags: Asia, Japan, China, Sport, Star, Golf, Justin Rose, Tokyo, North America, King, Big Five, Taco Bell, Rose, Bowie, Sawyer, Carlsbad


David Bowie’s Lost Album Toy Getting Official Release

You see that? That grotesque image up there is the cover art for Toy, the album David Bowie intended to release in 2001. Although it leaked 10 years later, it’s now getting official release in January, the day after Bowie’s birthday. Before that, Bowie’s estate is also releasing David Bowie 5: Brilliant Adventure, the latest in a series of archival box sets, this one chronicling 1992-2001.
Tags: Music, News, David Bowie, Bowie


Listen to Freddie Mercury & David Bowie on the Isolated Vocal Track for the Queen Hit ‘Under Pressure,’ 1981

In the summer of 1981, the British band Queen was recording tracks for their tenth studio album, Hot Space, at Mountain Studios in Montreux, Switzerland. As it happened, David Bowie had scheduled time at the same studio to record the title song for the movie Cat People. Before long, Bowie stopped by the Queen sessions and joined in. The original idea was that he would add backup vocals on the song “Cool Cat.” “David came in one night and we were playing other people’s songs for fun, just...
Tags: Facebook, Music, New York, College, David, David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, Vh1, Mercury, Power Station, Bowie, Brian May, Blake, Fred, Roger Taylor, Montreux Switzerland


Licorice Pizza Trailer Breakdown: Meet Your LA Summer Mood Board

Paul Thomas Anderson has blessed us with another fun LA romp which will undoubtedly slide its way onto everyone's Summer 2023 mood board. Not to get into it before we get into it, but mark my words, you're going to find so many "You've come a long way, baby" DIY t-shirts on Depop. Anyway, the adorably named "Licorice Pizza" stars Cooper Hoffman (son of Phillip Seymour!) as Gary Valentine and Alana Haim (sister of the other two Haim sisters!) as Alana Kane as they grow up, find love, and f*ck aro...
Tags: Movies, News, California, La, Los Angeles, Tom Waits, Bradley Cooper, Philip Seymour Hoffman, David Bowie, Paul Thomas Anderson, Mars, Haim, Nicolas Cage, Sean Penn, Bowie, Gary


Bowie edition stylophone

Famously used by David Bowie in his classic hit Space Oddity, the Dübreq Stylophone now bears his name [Amazon]. It's $5 more expensive than a normal stylophone but I'm a complete sucker and I just ordered it. Limited-edition David Bowie-inspired synthesizerSpecial white design featuring embossed Bowie logoFull colour booklet celebrating David Bowie's work and featuring exclusive contributions and archive photographs If Bowie used the larger and more wieldy 350 model in the studio, he didn...
Tags: Post, Music, News, History, David Bowie, Instruments, Bowie, Stylophone


David Bowie Estate and Warner Music Unveil Career-Spanning Catalog Deal

The estate of David Bowie and Warner Music Group have announced a global partnership that will bring the late artist’s vast recorded-music catalog from 1968 through 2016 under the Warner umbrella. The new deal sees Bowie’s albums from 2000 through 2016, which were originally released via Sony Music, joining his 1968-1999 catalog at Warner. The […]
Tags: News, David Bowie, Warner, Bowie, Warner Music Group, Sony Music, David Bowie Estate, Warner Music Unveil Career Spanning Catalog Deal


Michael Jackson Could've Starred In Labyrinth Instead Of David Bowie

Imagine it's the mid-1980s and you're director and puppeteer extraordinaire, Jim Henson, casting the Goblin King for your movie, "Labyrinth." Which music superstar would you go with: David Bowie, Michael Jackson, or Sting?Henson, the co-creator of "The Muppets with his wife, Jane, ultimately went with Bowie. However, there's a world in which Jackson, the onetime King of Pop, could have played the Goblin King in "Labyrinth.""Labyrinth" turned 35 this year, and though Henson himself passed away in...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Disney, David, David Bowie, Jackson, Michael Jackson, Epcot, Michael, Bowie, Francis Ford Coppola, Jane, Jim Henson, Henson, Goblin King


St. Vincent talks bringing ‘Daddy’s Home’ to Hollywood Bowl as ‘The Nowhere Inn’ film debuts

“Daddy’s Home,” the sixth studio album from St. Vincent, arrived in May, but Annie Clark, the artist behind the stage name, says it hasn’t felt fully finished until now. “A record doesn’t really feel complete to me until I’ve actually played the songs for people and with people in real-time,” Clark says on a recent phone call. “Because you get to see how the energy in the crowd changes. “You get to see, like, ‘Oh, they’re all singing along to that part,’” she says. “You get to know in a real way...
Tags: Music, Movies, Disney, Beck, Sport, Pink Floyd, Things To Do, Soccer, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, New Orleans, Parliament, St Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, New England, Nine Inch Nails


Interview: Johnny Galvatron Can’t Believe He Got Carl Weathers for The Artful Escape, Either

The Artful Escape is finally out on Xbox consoles and PC and it has been a long time coming. It was originally a failed Kickstarter from 2016 that gained life when Annapurna Interactive swooped in to help Johnny Galvatron, the game’s director. Senior Gaming Editor Michael Leri interviewed “Galvatron” (which is, as you may have guess, not his real name) about the title’s long development, how starstruck he was working with Hollywood talent, his thoughts on whether a star-studded cast detracts fro...
Tags: Games, Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, James Brown, Bob Dylan, Annapurna, David Bowie, Kickstarter, Francis, Mark Strong, Geelong, Michael Johnston, Bowie, Gary, Mark


The Artful Escape Review: A Heartfelt Space Oddity That’s Light on Gameplay

Music is not always just about the music; it’s about the persona, the fireworks, or the lifestyle as well as the actual tunes. David Bowie understood this with his alter ego Ziggy Stardust. The Artful Escape is like a gamified version of Bowie finding his inner Stardust and is appropriately otherworldly and enrapturing, even if it is light on the “gamified” part. Francis Vendetti has a lot on his shoulders. He’s the nephew of a local small town musical legend, a Bob Dylan-like character named Jo...
Tags: Games, Movies, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Francis, Simon, Michael Johnston, Bowie, Carl Weathers, Weathers, ComingSoon, Francis Vendetti, Annapurna Interactive, Video Game Reviews, The Artful Escape, Beethoven & Dinosaur


Bowie's 'Starman' and other out-of-this-world songs for a spacewalk

Listen to songs like "Starman" by David Bowie and "Across the Universe" by the Beatles during the next spacewalk.
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