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Issue 35 February 2011

We are thrilled to have had the chance to speak to investigative journalist George Monbiot this month, ahead of his debate at the Showroom in March. There was so much insightful comment on such a variety of topics that we had to split the piece in half, so don’t miss part two in NT#36. The man talks sense.

After a short break, we welcome the No Quarter ‘news’ page back. It’s all true, believe me.

This issue is filled with the art of Dave Kinsey. Stylish, raw and vivid, his graf-inspired fine art has won him international recognition, as well as features for Juxtapoz, Digital Temple and many others. A real honour and a real artist.

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This month's articles

Council Axe Axed.

Next month, Sheffield Council will join the slash and burn revolution. This revolution began with our leaders Dave and Nick, but even Ed is …

Next month, Sheffield Council will join the slash and burn revolution. This revolution began with our leaders Dave and Nick, but even Ed is 

George Monbiot: Never one to shy away from a thorny issue

George Monbiot is an award-winning investigative journalist with a regular column in the Guardian, has published several books and a screenp…

George Monbiot is an award-winning investigative journalist with a regular column in the Guardian, has published several books and a screenp

Localcheck Our wonderful defence industry.

If there was a big scam discovered to be killing people, luring youngsters into a life of violence, sucking up taxpayers' money and corrupti…

If there was a big scam discovered to be killing people, luring youngsters into a life of violence, sucking up taxpayers' money and corrupti

Fargate: Can A Corner Really Move?

The woman was middle-aged and smartly dressed, with well-kempt grey hair and an efficient air. It was a bitterly cold day in the run-up to C…

The woman was middle-aged and smartly dressed, with well-kempt grey hair and an efficient air. It was a bitterly cold day in the run-up to C

Baby Boomers: Exploding the generation blame game

Of all the images folk memory records of the 1929 Wall Street Crash, the most potent is surely that of the bankrupted investor, leaping from…

Of all the images folk memory records of the 1929 Wall Street Crash, the most potent is surely that of the bankrupted investor, leaping from

Collated and edited by Joe Kriss.

9th February @ Café Euro. Write Down Your Street is an Off The Shelf Festival project in which arts organisation Art In The Park have pro…

 9th February @ Café Euro.

Write Down Your Street is an Off The Shelf Festival project in which arts organisation Art In The Park have pro

Dave Kinsey: Knowing when to stop

When we first started this magazine, I wrote a 'dreamteam' list of ten artists that I wanted to feature. Dave Kinsey headed that list up.…

 

When we first started this magazine, I wrote a 'dreamteam' list of ten artists that I wanted to feature. Dave Kinsey headed that list up.

Sound Art for Art's Sake.

The advent of the internet and the rise of MP3 music has not only challenged the recording industry's monopoly on selling music, but has giv…

The advent of the internet and the rise of MP3 music has not only challenged the recording industry's monopoly on selling music, but has giv

People Are Strange. STI. M-Code. What's On February.

January 5th. Green Room. Reviewer - Laurence Piercy. The charming Louis Romégoux, now a bona fide Austrian, returned to Sheffield for two …

January 5th.
Green Room.
Reviewer - Laurence Piercy.

The charming Louis Romégoux, now a bona fide Austrian, returned to Sheffield for two 

Six Organs of Admittance: Folk minus the freak

Six Organs of Admittance is the moniker of California-based folk musician Ben Chasny, who releases with Holy Mountain and Drag City. He was …

Six Organs of Admittance is the moniker of California-based folk musician Ben Chasny, who releases with Holy Mountain and Drag City. He was 

Filmreel Disowning your own.

Not long ago, in philosophical conversation with a certain someone, I asked: "Would you ever disown your child?" To which she replied, "Only…

Not long ago, in philosophical conversation with a certain someone, I asked: "Would you ever disown your child?" To which she replied, "Only