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Ed Alonzo, Misfit of Magic
After attempting to become a serious illusionist, Ed Alonzo gravitated toward an acting career. But when he put on a pair of glasses, he began to see his true calling more clearly.
By Shawn McMaster
MagicBroadcast: Internet Radio for Magicians
Simply by turning on your computer and tuning in, you can now listen to magic 24/7. This unique website brings you interviews, reviews, dramas, and tricks, both live and historic.
By John Lovick
Journal of a Marvelous Adventure
When Lance Burton was asked to appear on the FTD float in the 2006 Rose Parade, it sounded like a fun idea. Then the plans changed a bit, then a bit more, and the final day was nothing like expected.
By Lance Burton
The Transubstantiation of Tommy Angel
If he really is a gospel magician, he is surely of the "fire and brimstone" type. Tommy Angel strides from the world of photographic art into performance art, mixing magic and religious traditions, unaware that his true creator is artist Jonathan Allen.
By Alan Howard
Our Valentine's gift to you — an enchanting rose, crafted from a thin sheet of paper. We'll teach you how to fold it, and have even included a few special napkins for that special someone.
By Michael Mode
Reviewed this month by Brad Henderson, Richard Hatch, Peter Studebaker, Billy McComb, and Trixie Bond:
· Ed Marlo: It's All in the Cards
· Stand-Up Magic for Kids
· Circle Without End
· Bob Read's Magical London
· The World-Famous Bowl Routine
· SBS Tribute
· Burning Up
· Fortune Sticks
· Mystery Triangle
· Origami Tube
· Crash Dice
And much much more!