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Issue 101 August 2016

We’re still buzzing from the reception our 100th issue received across town. It was a real pleasure to put the extra special mag together, especially on a month when we would usually be online-only. Here’s to 100 more (at least).

This month we reside online before coming back to the physical world in September. Some great pieces from the likes of Paul Graham Raven (review of British Bouldering Championhsips), Alice Kirby (Crip), Jane Watkinson (AFC Unity) and Andrew Wood (Bradfield, a contender for his strangest article yet).

We’re also got a solid interview with hip hop duo Blackalicious by our friends at Groovement over the Pennines, and plenty of Tramlines reviews, in case you missed the action or want to reflect on the good and the bad.

See you next month.

This month's articles

Marching Orders: Trade After Brexit

The British electorate has called for Brexit and the President of the European Commission, Jean- Claude Juncker, has given the United…

Crip: A Story of Reclamation

Crip is bold, rebellious and unapologetic. Crip has sass and attitude. Crip is a movement that has emerged from the disability community…

Bradfield: The Truth

A small girl, no older than six, had been sitting all alone for at least an hour, right in the centre of the cricket pitch at Low…

Blackalicious Hip Hop Duo Keep The Faith

"Shout out Harry Potter." Gab is winding down post show. We're chatting about Daniel Radcliffe's late 2014 take on the Blackalicious track…

Localcheck NHS SOS

Last month I awoke in hospital, dazed and staring at a calendar which seemed to show 1 April. But this was no joke. I'd crashed off my…

Coloquix: This Month's Featured Artist

Coloquix's work has been popping up all over Sheffield for a couple of years now, our first experience of it being the stunning design on…

Turkish

Recipe by Lokanta Known as girit ezmesi, this wonderful spread is a classic meze dish which Faruk and I first tasted in Istanbul. It…