Thursday, 26 January 2012

International Sales Rocket!


An artists impression of what The Finchley Road will look like once the Metropolitan Borough of Hampstead returns to power.
Scamden, go home!


Off to Budgens, Waitrose, Sainsbury and Waterstones on the Finchley Road in Airstrip One to deliver sample copies and negotiate international, economy shattering deals with the aforementioned.

But worry not dear reader, the Hampstead Village Voice will remain as local as local can be and as edgy as ever when it comes to our editorial.

Toodle Pip!

Emmanuel Mustafa Goldstein x
CEO HAVIVO Corp. Inc. Ltd. PLC. Naaaht.

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Tesco Stressco


Above. A small clue as to who [correction] what might be suing me come the next edition...

All go here at the Hampstead Village Voice. In talks with Sainsbury, Budgens, Waterstones and Waitrose about getting the Voice into them there shoppes. That's not how to spell shops unless you're American or live in the 16th Century. What's come over me?

Next Voice is going to be a complete cracker! Cor - I'm really hoping to get locked up this time or at least a couple of law suits.

Going to write a book too, no, two books - Toodles,

Mustafa Goldstein x
Editor in very hot-pants
PS. Last chance to advertise in next edition, email: info@hampsteadvillagevoice.com by 25th of January 2012

Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Heath Street's On The Up...


100 Acres. More than just a toy shop.

Nice to see Heath Street on the rise again. Just popped into the toy shop-café called 100 Acres and ended up writing a story about it for the next Hampstead Village Voice whilst supping one of their splendid Monmouth Cappuccino's. There's more to this place than meets the eye - as will be revealed in the next edition of the Voice which I reckon will be out for Spring... February? March? Who knows? The Hampstead Village Voice - nothing if not unpredictable.

Toodle Pip,

Emmanuel "Mustafa" Goldstein
Editor in Heath Street.