June is busting out all over! The title of a famous song from Hollywood musical Carousel perfectly sums up this month s magazine, as usual replete with articles to suit all tastes, interests and levels. Let s start with At Large. Sometimes, as the saying goes, the apple doesn t fall far from the tree, meaning some kids take after their parents. We have twelve examples of celebrity children following in the footsteps of a famous parent. One legendary mother everyone knows is Madonna. We pay homage to her in Music & Lyrics as she returns from a 4 year hiatus, inspired by Latin rhythms and Portuguese fado and in the guise of the mysterious Madame X, hence the name of her new album. If you are looking for success or fulfillment, the key may be emotional intelligence. Do you have the social skills, empathy and self-awareness to achieve it? In Psychology, we examine what we need and don t need when seeking to successfully manage our emotions. Places can provoke an emotional reaction. When we visit somewhere for the first time, it can have a profound effect on us. One such place for many people is Florence, the capital city of Tuscany in Italy, which feels like a living sculpture, museum and monument all rolled into one perfect experience. In Travel we offer you 8 places to visit which will delight all the 5 senses. In our language sections, Research & Development, some confusing verbs and houses and gardens are all on the menu, whilst in Food & Drink the joys of juicing will keep your energy levels topped up. The next magazine will be our double summer edition so stay tuned! In the meantime, stay in contact via www.facebook.com/EnglishToday where we keep you up to date with tips to improve your English. See you soon!