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In Focus: Patterns theme has really caught imagination

We are half way through our patterns and texture theme, it really is a topic that has caught your imagination. If you look around you where you are sitting right now you will see something that could make a photograph. That’s just what Jenny Owen did for her photo here of her radiator. Its such a simple concept yet really effective.

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Listings: Theatre

Listings: Theatre

February 15 - February 22 2018

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Listings: Music

Listings: Music

February 15 - February 22 2018

Music
Book Club: Reading Matter

Book Club: Reading Matter

The benefits of reading are many, varied and proven. But for many of us, with all the other demands on our time, it can be a real struggle to fit it in.

Opinion
Book Club: Literary City

Book Club: Literary City

Literary festivals are a booming industry, with an estimated 350 taking place across the UK

each year.

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Book Club: The Continuity Girl by Patrick Kincaid

Book Club: The Continuity Girl by Patrick Kincaid

In 1969, the legendary film director Billy Wilder took his production team up to the wild highlands of Scotland to make a little-known film called The Private Life Of Sherlock Holmes.

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In Focus Patterns -   some pliers (courtesy of the Hawley Tool Collection at Kelham Island Museum) - en masse they looked like little fish - so I arranged them accordingly - a "shoal of pliers"!

In Focus: Unassuming objects take on new shape in these shots

Patterns are everywhere around us if you just look for them.

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In pictures: your photos of the Super Blue Blood Moon

An extremely rare lunar event called the “super blue blood Moon” has dazzled astronomers and skywatchers around the world.

News
Project Curator  Louisa Briggs installing  Paul Trevor, Margaret Thatcher, on Television,  at Changing Lives: 200 Years of People and Protest in Sheffield at Weston Park Museum
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City at the forefront of protest over 200 years

Opening on the day of the 100th anniversary next week of the passing of the Representation of the People Act an exhibition at Weston Park Museum will explore the city’s history of protest and activism. 

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Hayley snap-happy at the Sheffield Steelers

Sharing the bench with the 100mph pucks, flashing stick blades and dangerous skate boots below eye-level is not for the faint hearted.

Sport
Book club: Reader review

Book club: Reader review

Elmet by Fiona Mozley

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Book club: Reyt As Rain Reads... books to make it better

Book club: Reyt As Rain Reads... books to make it better

Caroline says: I write, and read, crime fiction.

But at the end of the day my mind is racing, and I have been suffering from insomnia. Please could you recommend some soothing books that may help me sleep.

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A traditional hairdressers in Nottingham, 1996  from BEEHIVES BOBS & BLOW-DRIES, Civic Barnsley

Gallery that’s putting on the style

An exhibition dedicated to the social history and cultural significance of hairdressing and hair technology makes its national debut at The Civic, Barnsley, next month.

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The exhibition

COLUMNIST: Exhibition celebrating the wonderful work of biologist Francis Willughby in Sheffield

A new exhibition celebrating the work of biologist Francis Willughby has arrived here in Sheffield.

Opinion
RETRO: Can you identify these Sheffield streets from days gone by?

RETRO: Can you identify these Sheffield streets from days gone by?

Can you identify these Sheffield streets?

Nostalgia
A WHOPPER: The Big Big Camera will be at The National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield.

How Ian Beesley used one of the world’s biggest cameras to take intimate portraits of former miners

It was while rooting around a storage room that Ian Beesley stumbled across the inspiration for his latest project – a giant camera, 8ft long and 5ft high, one that takes four people to move and which was built to use film that isn’t made anymore.

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Equisetum, Paul Morrison 2017, Kangkangee Arts Village, Busan, South Korea; 
courtesy the artist, Site Gallery and Plan B.

Sheffield lights up Korean city

Sheffield lights up Korean city

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The Star & Telegraph, York Street, Sheffield

Former Star and Telegraph journalist recalls the glory days of newspapers in new book

I’m a writer of fiction – with a new collection of stories about to be published.

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An exhibition by Sheffield artist Martin Bedford at The Closed Shop. Picture: Chris Ethells

Looking back at 40 years of rock and roll in posters

“Apart from a few times when I’ve run venues, I’ve never had a proper job - I’ve just done this,” says the artist Martin Bedford, glancing at some of the thousands of gig posters he has created over the past four decades.

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Telegraph Book Club: Reading Matter

Telegraph Book Club: Reading Matter

Have you set yourself any reading-related New Year’s resolutions for 2018? If you’d like to read more books, or read more widely, then I am here to help you along.

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