Searching the wiki is easy. Simply enter the name of who or what you are looking for into the search box and click Go. The search engine will look for all articles in the wiki with the word/s you have entered in their title and all occurrences of the word/s in the text. It will present you with a list of results that match your search terms.
The search results page presents matching page titles first and any instances of your word/s within any wiki article.
If you are looking for a person, Now and Then usually lists persons by their first name followed by surname (eg. Phillip Butler). If you're looking for a place, search by its most commonly used name. The wiki also includes alternative names for many items, so you may also find them by trying those.
It may be that you are looking for is not yet on the wiki. Then you can create a new article with that name or about that place, person, organisation, event or thing. But you need to be a registered user and logged in to do that. See How to use this wiki for more information.
If you're still stumped, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try and help.