I am me. Sheffield born, bred and proud. A Sheffield Wednesday fan, web person and marketing guy. I have a huge and varied musical tastes. Watch TV and Films like most others, so I am pretty much... errr... 'normal'. Whatever that means.
Harringtons legendary clothes shop in Castle Market is the latest focus of our Memories of Sheffield series.
Local channel to air on Freeview, Virgin Media and the internet this September.
It probably sounds unbelievable, but We Love Sheffield can confirm that Sheffield Ski Village is not currently on fire.
The Hole in the Road is one of Sheffield's most memorable landmarks. 20 years after its closure we take an in-depth look at the popular subterranean shopping precinct at Castle Square.
The Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Glasgow received some criticism, but it arguably wasn’t as bad as Helen Sharman dropping the torch flame, as happened at Sheffield’s World Student Games in 1991.
What should you not miss at this years’ Tramlines festival? Should you buy a wristband or just chance the free fringe venues? Who are the best bands and where can you see them? Here’s our guide!
Greasy Vera's famous food van in Sheffield was a popular place to grab some post-drinks food or for shift workers to grab a bite to eat. Chegg Burger, anyone?
A new video follows South Yorkshire Police officers as they execute warrants during dawn raids in Sheffield.
The list of gone-but-not-forgotten nightclubs in Sheffield is huge. Probably the most fondly remembered is the The Limit.
For a short while the Sheffield Zombie Experience seemed to be taking the city by storm, but the events have been closed down and the business owner has since been jailed.
Site of Sheffield’s famous music venue and nightclub to be auctioned.
Competitive supermarkets and online shopping have all but killed off the humble local shop nowadays, but in the days of personal service and localised retail there was another set of unique outlets fondly remembered in Sheffield — The Fletchers Van!
There’s a big event happening this weekend. You might have heard of it… As the Tour De France Grand Départ 2014 approaches we take a look at some tributes to the event you probably could only find in Sheffield.
The city will be getting its own local TV station later this year when Sheffield Live! TV begins transmitting. But did you know the Steel City had its own channel way back in the 1970s?
Sheffield nightclub has closed following a compulsory purchase order planned by Sheffield City Council.
You’ll never take scissors for granted ever again after watching this short video of how they are made in Sheffield!
In an occasional series, We Love Sheffield! explores some of Sheffield’s landmarks and infamous old haunts. Everyone’s favourite childhood memory is explored in this edition; Ladies and gentlemen, today we are remembering Redgates toy shop.
Watch the BBC documentary following South Yorkshire Police in their struggle to cope with balancing budget cuts with a need to reduce crime figures in Sheffield, and Channel 5's 'Benefits Britain: Life on the dole', also set in the city.
City cupcake business acquired by the people behind The Milestone and The Wig & Pen.
An employee at Sheffield’s PC World store has been accused of ‘abusing and attacking’ a customer who was trying to return a faulty laptop.
Snowsport for Sheffield discuss plans for the derelict Ski Village.
We think everyone else has got cakes wrong. Forget the sweet stuff, in Sheffield we have breadcakes and fishcakes!
Carver Street Crystal Bar to host “the most exciting bands, the biggest names and the ultimate music” this year.
Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey places Sheffield as the best in the country.
Damage caused to Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in car crash.
Sports and music venue closure on Abbeydale Road will end 94-year history.
Sheffield neighbourhood dubbed one of the worst in the country.
Oscar winning director to premiere film at this years’ documentary festival.
‘Act of minor dissent’ takes place in Sheffield’s Peace Gardens.
Cable car route proposal captures the imaginations of city residents.
Sheffield’s beer festival finds new home at the heart of the real ale trail.
The Sheffield Cook Book has hit the shelves this week. With 50 fabulous recipes and several interesting features it deserves a place on every city resident’s bookshelf or kitchen sideboard.
Video of lecturer’s Battenberg cake based maths class goes online in a series of food based maths lessons which also includes 'the perfect glass of wine'.
City centre children’s show to be cancelled unless it can raise funds.
Since the Sheffield Zombie Experience was launched in February its We Love Sheffield directory listing has remained one of the most popular pages on the whole website.
Stars of film and TV to descend on city for new film and comic convention.
Ukip leader accused of racist campaign whilst visiting city.
Tram services suspended for almost a month on line to Halfway, rail replacement buses in service.
Thousands share heart-wrenching appeal for return of father’s last gift.
Sheffield shopping centre to trial ‘overtaking lanes’ after schoolgirl complaint.
63rd anniversary of Britain’s first national park receives a Google Doodle.
London 2012 technology utilised at Sheffield Hallam University City Athletics Stadium, Woodbourn Road.
Sheffield festival to host European premiere of britpop band’s film.
Sheffield-based band The Darlingtons release their new single and video 'Rotations' ahead of a big summer for the band.
Sheffield Marathon organisers accused of failing to pay for water supply.
Entrance fees to be kept despite Sunday’s half marathon cancellation.
Rebel runners complete event despite organisers’ last minute cancellation.
Sheffield's National Emergency Services Museum launches 'scare experience' in search for ghost called 'Caine'.
Police called after ATOS protesters chain themselves to the stairs at the Department for Work and Pensions.
A number of television shows are searching for Sheffielders to step in front of the cameras.