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Arthur Wharton: The World’s First Black Footballer
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People Power: Spending a morning with the S6 Foodbank
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The Full Monty: Some of the best experiences in Sheffield
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Gravel Pit: “An emporium of delights!”
A Place for All: Taking a closer look at the Foodhall community cafe
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Exposed Awards 2019: The shortlist is in!
‘The kids are alright’: A look into the youth climate strikes
Mother’s Day Sheffield: 6 places to take yer ma
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8 beltin’ things to do in Sheffield: 13 – 20 March
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The Secret Shoe Box: West Street’s best kept secret
Let’s Push Things Forward: Heart of the City II
5 Tips to sparking joy in your life without the use of substances
Most popular casino games in UK casinos
Here’s why you can (and should) learn a foreign language as an adult
Dates for the diary: Sheffield’s big 2019 events
How to throw a theme hen party
An alternative night out: The Sheffield casinos tour
Hawes & Curtis: Suited and Booted
Arnold & Co: The Modern Man
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Meet the Cast: Manor Operatic Society
Sheffield Christmas parties: An Exposed guide
Island life: 31 things to do in Kelham Island
Lottery vs Investment, which one is worth your time?
Interview with The Frog and Parrot’s Nick Simmonite
The Washy’s 10 commandments
A Local’s Guide to Sheffield
5 tips for making the most of Sheffield as a student
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Magid Magid: “The reason I’ve had some popularity is largely down to failed democracy”
Coffeecups: The Sheffield manufacturer behind the cups
The Man in the Corner – A Tribute to Wincobank Icon, Brendan Ingle
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Park Hill: Looking Back, Moving Forward
The UK’s Biggest Vintage Fair Returns!
Film Review: Boy Who Likes Girls
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Playground Exhibition Coming Soon to Millennium Gallery
Shame: “We don’t look at the finish line; we’re just looking at the next step.”
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5 Foodie Events Heading to Sheff
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