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Issue 141 December 2019

We were chuffed to bits to see the hard work of Rob Lee in creating the ‘Now Then, Then Now’ mural recognised with a Keith Hayman Award for Public Art last month. Thanks for putting us on the map, Rob :)

We’re ending the year in style with interviews with veteran filmmaker Ken Loach and local rapper-poet Otis Mensah. In the Food section we’re got all kinds of alternative festive feasting suggestions, while Morley grabs the general election in his vice-like grip . Loads more inside too.

I say it every year but it bears repeating: please consider spending your money with local businesses this Christmas. They’re the best people to go to for unique gift ideas and the more we can keep our money in the Sheffield economy the better. We really are spoilt for choice - but let’s show our independent traders some love.

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This month's articles

Localcheck Crisis in Kashmir

Many people in our communities here in Sheffield are agonising over the future of their loved ones in Kashmir. Most of the Pakistanis in She…

Childhood Obesity: The Food Around Us

As the general election campaign kicks off, one thing's for certain - the outcome will have a huge impact on the health of the children of S…

Alternative Festive Feasting

[PIC5]At this time of year it's important to take the time to think about how to spend the festive season. You don't need to follow the crow…

Recipe Praline Bread Pudding

This is a really good way of using up leftover croissants, but other buttery pastries will work fine, as well as brioche and white bread. Ad…

Borg Life is short, art is long

Dan Waters' art is a constant push-pull between the macabre and the illuminating, between death and life, between black and white.

Live Reviews (Dec '19): DJ Food / Yak

DJ Food - Kraftwerk Klassics, Kovers & KuriosAcademy, 8 November I recall coming across the labour of love that is Kraftwerk Kovers Koll…

Headsup Sevenby7

You will no doubt have noted that vinyl is in the ascendency. A pair of enthusiasts in Sheffield never doubted it, with a long-running Seven…

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