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Kelvin Sollis and David Bridle, who then owned the Pink Paper. The news-print magazine for young gay Londoners was revolutionary for its time, it took advantage and contributed to the burgeoning gay Soho scene of the late 1980s and early 1990s. Their offices were originally above the Fallen Angel pub in Islington, before moving to Holloway Road in 1995, next door to Kiss FM. At that time they employed nearly 70 staff and published six publications under the trading name of Chronos Publishing: Pink Paper, Boyz, Positive Times, Shebang, Gay Gazette and All Points North.