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Time Out Singapore August Issue: With love, from Singapore

August Issue Cover

This is home to talented individuals. Some of them moved here years ago and made a name for themselves from nothing. Others are young upstarts who now run multi-million dollar companies. This month, in the spirit of National Day, we take a closer look at local brands past and present that are flying the Singapore flag high internationally. We also chat with people from fields that cut across art, fashion, sports and music who are charting their own paths in the world. Read more about these trailblazers by picking up your copy of Time Out Singapore's August issue.

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Get your hands on Time Out Singapore's August issue at the following MRT stations for free from 7.30am to 9.30am on August 1:

Raffles Place

Tanjong Pagar

City Hall

Bugis

Orchard

Somerset

Dhoby Ghaut

Novena

Bishan

Buona Vista

Marina Bay

Queenstown

Afternoon distribution of excess copies (subject to availability) from 11.30am to 2.30pm at:

Promenade

Amoy Street Food Centre

Maxwell Food Centre

The magazine is also available at Huggs-Epigram Coffee Bookshop for free. The stock is limited so head down to #01-01, The URA Centre, 45 Maxwell Rd before they're out.

Can't get your hands on a copy? Subscribe to Time Out Singapore for a year and we'll deliver a copy to your doorstep each month for just $33! Email subscribe.tosg@timeout.com for more information.

Here's what you can expect in Time Out Singapore's August issue. 

This month's cover feature: Local pride, featuring made-in-Singapore brands and people repping the Lion City.

Bread talk: Local sourdough bakers dish on their mothers.

 

 For the record: Vinyl collectors share the lengths they go to for that dream disc.

 The Odissi: Learn the art of ancient Indian dance forms like Odissi from Sandhya Suresh.

 

 

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