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What would you do if you were chosen to spend an hour on a public pedestal? This is the last month of Trafalgar’s living art exhibition, right on the streets of London. May I offer a suggestion? Lots of things are happening in September: in the northern hemisphere summer is almost over (although there is still time for a swim in Dublin), while here in Brazil winter is already on its way out. Up there you can find Obama’s Chicago and food festivals like the Cheese Festival. Down here you have Lily Allen and study-abroad fairs. Living Language goes from the moon to the Statue of Liberty. But if this all sounds too serious and grey, head for Bollywood, remembering that there’s good – and bad – technology for all tastes. Just don’t forget to go green – Leo offers some useful advice, and then you can still dance till the end of love. So what might you do on a public pedestal? Well, how about taking all this with you, inside your favorite magazine? Happy reading!
CONTENTS IN THIS ISSUE
06 Profile :Simon Cowell
08 This month:
Say Cheese! 10 Travel:
Sweet home Chicago
14 Living Language :Over the Moon
15 Where are they now?:The Astronauts
04 Letters & Club
28 Meet the Press
45 Good Life
47 Cultural Matters
47 Agenda / The Last Laugh
49 Kids’ Cross
50 Song & Lyrics
16 The Moon Landing Conspiracy: Marcus Allen thinks we never went to the moon.
19 Life with Lily:Pop star Lily Allen on life in the tabloids.
22 The Return of the Statue of Liberty: New York’s leading lady is back in business.
25 Speak Up in Class: A new insert for language teachers and students.
30 The Great Liffey Swim: A highly original way to see Dublin!
33 A Living Piece of Art : Another unique idea from Antony Gormley.
36 Hooray for Bollywood!: Inside India’s massive film industry.
40 Technology: Good or Bad?: Continuing our series on “Futurology.”
42 8 Ways to Save Money By Going Green : Some timely advice from Guardian columnist Leo Hickman.