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Angela Maguire leafs through back copies of the New Journal. The couple, who lived in Arlington Road, owned the famous Vintage Magazine Company, a firm with two shops selling all manner of newspapers, magazines, comics and periodicals — and a warehouse in east London with groaning shelves, stacked with over a century of printed titles. Now, a year and a half after Danny died aged 87, his widow Angela is having to split up the collection — and has generously offered to give the New Journal a copy of every single edition we have ever put out on the streets. Danny was absolutely fascinated by how daily life was captured in publications like the CNJ — and he saw the value in saving them in printed form. We all wanted to know what was going on in our neighbourhood — it was always such a lovely, vibrant place and that is reflected in the newspaper. It shows what a really tight community we have.
Please refresh the page and retry. H ands up. In my headphones as I type these words is Burn the Witch by Radiohead. I was at the Proms last night. Immediately the lyrics resonated, for the song is about Taylor Swift being shown around our fine capital by a Londoner who, the listener is safe to assume, is out to impress.
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