Mark and Gary from Take That are the cover stars of Smash Hits, as the magazine joins them on tour.
Right Said Fred are interviewed, with Rob (the one with the hair) revealing that he smokes a lot and fancies Betty Boo.
Cover stars Take That get four pages of coverage on tour.
There is a Home Alone sequel out this week, and Smash Hits looks at the similarities between the two films.
Voting is underway in the Smash Hits Readers Poll, and celebs are asked how they voted, with Dominik Diamond voting a lot for Manic Street Preachers and voted his Gamesmaster colleague Patrick Moore for Best Haircut.
In Singles Reviews, Single Of The Week gets given to a re-release of Pretty Vacant by Sex Pistols.
August 2018 was a busy month, and it began at Mourneview Park for the start of the 2018-2019 season as Linfield beat Glenavon 1-0.
The following weekend, I headed to Custom House Square to see George Ezra in concert. That was followed by a day trip to Bangor where I squeezed in some Street Art photos, including a mural of John Lydon.
It was then back to the football as I went to see Edinburgh City take on Albion Rovers in the Scottish Challenge Cup while on a short break in Edinburgh. I also managed to get some Street Art photos while in Edinburgh.
Upon my return to Belfast, was a trip to Seaview to see Linfield take on Crusaders.
The next few days were spent at Custom House Square, seeing Kasabian, Turin Brakes and Travis in concert.
The following Saturday was a trip to Solitude to see Linfield take on Cliftonville.