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IN THE Sheffield Telegraph this Thursday...

David Bocking takes a look at how comic books are, amazingly, managing to zap the recession as he visits a fair in Sheffield.

The Wig & Pen has entered a new era – and is already the place to eat, see and be seen - according to reporter Lesley Draper in this week’s Eating out.

Sheffield photographer-to-the-stars Andy Willsher speaks to Telegraph reporter Rachael Clegg about his new exhibition and spills his behind-the-scenes celebrity stories.

Peter Kay takes a look at Sheffield’s answer to the Brooklyn Bridge and how a scheme to replicate the New York landmark over the River Don is being moved forward.

Sheffield climber Lucy Creamer tells the Sheffield Telegraph about her leading role in the BBC series Climbing Great Buildings and how it helped it to beat out several other popular leading daytime programmes to win Best Daytime TV programme at the Broadcast Awards.

We take a behind-the-scenes peek at the work of Sheffield Photographic Society ahead of their exhibition at Sheffield Cathedral’s 1554 Gallery later this month.

Local recruitment consultancy director Amy Tingle takes gives her home city a glowing review in this week’s Favourite Things.

For all this and more, buy the Sheffield Telegraph this Thursday.