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Issue 65 August 2013

This month we’ve got some great art from Manchester-based Peter Et Le Wolff, who has a range of styles and subject matters. We’ve had our eye on his work for a while now so it’s nice to give it an online feature.

Content wise, I strongly recommend you read this month’s Dead Space piece about the new Furnace Park in Shalesmoor, Andrew Wood’s psychogeography article, and Imogen DeCordova’s interview with Soul Jazz Records founder Stuart Baker ahead of his appearance at Refract this month. More info on that after the click-through.

We’ll be back in print next month so keep em peeled. The printed mag always gets snapped up so quickly, especially with the influx of new residents in September, so make sure you grab a copy in the first week of September.

As ever, if you have comments or want to get involved with Now Then in some way, drop me a line.

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This month's articles

Localcheck Burning Issues.

Last month a huge black column of smoke, visible 20 miles from Sheffield, raised far-reaching questions on issues ranging from austerity to …

Last month a huge black column of smoke, visible 20 miles from Sheffield, raised far-reaching questions on issues ranging from austerity to 

Scything: Cutting a clean swathe

The days of the clipped lawn and manicured border are coming to an end. As the homogeneity of daily life increases, people are rediscovering…

The days of the clipped lawn and manicured border are coming to an end. As the homogeneity of daily life increases, people are rediscovering

Psychogeography: The Idealism Walking Tour

[This article was originally submitted for consideration for the April issue, but couldn’t be included due to space restrictions.] It's sno…

[This article was originally submitted for consideration for the April issue, but couldn’t be included due to space restrictions.]

It's sno

Sheffield’s rich comedy scene

Sheffield is not well known for comedy. But then again, where is? Our hotspots all bustle with the ubiquitous clamour of live music. Much li…

Sheffield is not well known for comedy. But then again, where is? Our hotspots all bustle with the ubiquitous clamour of live music. Much li

Peter Et Le Wolff: THE ART OF CYCLING

Aside from conjuring an alias that suits many of his colourful, storybook drawings, Peter Et Le Wolff has meandered from ‘sketchy’ style at …

Aside from conjuring an alias that suits many of his colourful, storybook drawings, Peter Et Le Wolff has meandered from ‘sketchy’ style at 

Sound Sexism and Music.

A talking point on everybody's lips in recent weeks has been new plans to block access to pornography on the internet, supposedly as a furth…

A talking point on everybody's lips in recent weeks has been new plans to block access to pornography on the internet, supposedly as a furth

Filmreel Migrations.

The exodus began with the freest of them all. Those who can genuinely escape themselves via their craft and ability to convince through unme…

The exodus began with the freest of them all. Those who can genuinely escape themselves via their craft and ability to convince through unme

Live / stage review Laughing Wild / Lantern Theatre / 25th July.

The young company Funny You Should Ask set themselves a challenge when they chose to perform Laughing Wild by Christopher Durang. Durang is …

The young company Funny You Should Ask set themselves a challenge when they chose to perform Laughing Wild by Christopher Durang. Durang is 

Dinner Parties.

Serves 4-6. Recipe by Sam Walby. Italian meatballs are commonplace in this country, but unless you go to a Scandinavian restaurant you don…

 Serves 4-6.
Recipe by Sam Walby.

Italian meatballs are commonplace in this country, but unless you go to a Scandinavian restaurant you don

Che Ga Zebra / Richard Hawley / Tramlines Highlights.

26th June. Audacious Art Space. Reviewer – Rob Aldam. Audacious Art Space is one of the lesser known jewels in the Sheffield music scene. T…

26th June.
Audacious Art Space.

Reviewer – Rob Aldam.
Audacious Art Space is one of the lesser known jewels in the Sheffield music scene. T

Mississippi Records: I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore

Mississippi Records is a truly unique record store; it’s slogan Love Over Gold, perfectly sums up both the store, and owner Eric Isaacson’s …

Mississippi Records is a truly unique record store; it’s slogan Love Over Gold, perfectly sums up both the store, and owner Eric Isaacson’s 

Dead Space One for All and All for One - The Birth of Furnace Park.

The scorching Sheffield summer has been rolling along smoothly with more bright days than we can remember, and Dead Space returns just in ti…

The scorching Sheffield summer has been rolling along smoothly with more bright days than we can remember, and Dead Space returns just in ti