The children watched us closely, looking over our shoulders, eager to witness each minute that led them closer to new classrooms. They handed us bottles and directed with hand gestures, passed us our water flasks when we looked thirsty, and tried to communicate with basic Spanish. They weren shy or guarded.
“Everyone in the band is very excited about it,” Bono told the BBC at the launch of an anti Aids/HIV campaign.Asked if he would use the festival to promote the campaign, Bono said: “I think it will just be about the music on that day, and that spirit that seems to take over everybody in that sacred ground.”He added: “We’ll certainly be well rehearsed, we’ll be coming straight from the tour.”Red lacesBono was in central London on Monday to launch the “Lace Up. Save Lives” campaign a partnership between Nike and the (RED) brand, which was co founded by the U2 frontman.He was joined at the launch, just ahead of World Aids Day, by Chelsea striker Didier Drogba and several other international football stars.The campaign encourages people to buy red laces to help fund AIDS medication and education programmes in Africa.Next year’s Glastonbury takes place from 25 27 June during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.No other headliners have yet been confirmed. David Bowie has denied that he will join U2 on the bill, but it is rumoured that stadium rockers Muse could appear.Tickets for the event sold out shortly after they went on sale last month.
Landis, of course, isn the only celebrity or athlete who managed to misbehave this summer. The sweltering season has offered up a rash of bad deeds by famous people positive drug test by sprinter Justin Gatlin, a nasty head butt of an opponent in the World Cup final by French soccer player Zinedine Zidane, an anti Semitic tirade by actor Mel Gibson after he was caught driving drunk, and the arrest of Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Brett Myers for beating his wife on a street in Boston. And looming over them all is the big figure of Barry Bonds, slugger for the San Francisco Giants who chasingHank Aaron record while being hounded by journalists and prosecutors who say he uses steroids..
That?s unfortunate that it ends up manifesting like it did that particular time. (What) we need to improve is the clarity of our communication to people. We tend to sometimes speak our own language, people don?t quite understand. Was a great way to get parents and students excited about math, Schiery said. Members spent a lot of time preparing activities and decorating. Also held a Care food drive for the Salvation Army sponsored by the Student Council.