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Salsa In The Square, Leopold Square, Sheffield

The bank holiday weekend marks the return of a free, nine-hour open-air Latin live music and dance event.

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How The Herdings looked when the farm was still a rural idyll

Ancient gem among Sheffield's high-rise flats

A historical gem lies hidden and surrounded by high-rise flats on a Sheffield estate.
Nostalgia
One of Steve's pictures, featuring John Lennon and Mick Jagger

Sheffield artist's look back at Stones and Beatles

A Sheffield artist will take many Beatles and Stones fans back in time with his latest exhibition in the city.

Music
Picture perfect

WORLD PHOTO DAY: Snap happy call for all your inspired images

World Photography Day worldphotoday.com has been making photographic memories since 2010
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Meigh Pottery - a story over almost a century

Meigh Pottery was run successfully by Charles Meigh from 1834 when he took over from his father, Job.

Opinion
Volunteer Adrian Middleton with objects from the museums

CHARITY: How our museums tell the story of Sheffield

Ever heard of the jungle of exotic animals that lived on Hawley Street?

Arts
Sheffield’s Catholic Cathedral is set to travel back in time

Sheffield’s Catholic Cathedral is set to travel back in time

As part of Sheffield’s Heritage Open Days (8-11 September 2016), St Marie’s will travel back to 1850, the year when the church was built.

News
The photo which turned Skellow into an overnight web sensation.

ON THIS DAY: X-rated saucy photo of naked man turns Doncaster village into global web sensation

It was the X-rated photo that turned a Doncaster mining village into an overnight web sensation.

Lifestyle
Listings: Music

Listings: Music

August 11 - August 18 2016

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Listings: Theatre

Listings: Theatre

August 11 - August 18 2016

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The National Emergency Services Museum, West Bar, Sheffield.

Sheffield museum launches £20m fundraising drive

The owners of a Sheffield museum hope to mark its 30th birthday by raising £20 million for a huge expansion.

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Save the culture

Save The Culture book exchange: Nice idea or a scam?

You might have seen the hashtag on Facebook or Twitter, or even in your email account: #savetheculture.

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Manor Lodge in Sheffield

Steel City’s magical history tour

History lovers are invited to step back in time to pre-industrial Sheffield on a special coach journey later this month.

Lifestyle
The Stand comedy club.

The 21 best jokes in the history of the Edinburgh Festival

A study has claimed to have found the 21 most popular jokes in the history of the Edinburgh Festival.

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The top brass gathering for last year's event...

Peak District sees war break out!

Wartime history enthusiasts from around the country are converging on the Peak District this weekend.

Whats on
Visitors on a previous tour visiting Bishop's House in Meersbrook Park, Sheffield

Sheffield's history about much more than steel

Sheffield is of course known internationally as Steel City, a place famed for its industrial power in the 19th century.

Nostalgia
Mexborough youngsters at their latest dance extravaganza.

Mexborough school pupils join forces for dance spectacular

Twinkle-toed youngsters from across Mexborough joined forces for a dance spectacular to celebrate musical hits through the decades.

Lifestyle
Gavin Extence FEATURE

FEATURE: “Why I owe my success to my wife”

As author Gavin Extence sits down to start his writing day, there’s no computer nearby.

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Author Berlie Doherty

Book to Nobody touched so many

Author Berlie Doherty is pleased to see her book Dear Nobody included as one of 17 iconic novels aimed at young adults.

Arts
Chewed up video tape

Five things we won’t miss about the VHS video recorder

In a world where the pocket calculator was as close as many of us got to technology, the video recorder seemed like it had come from outer space (or possibly off the set of Tomorrow’s World).

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