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Cover: Joshua Jay, Acts of Creation
By John Armato
With his new magic book for the general public, Joshua Jay continues on his route to become a one-man industry. Books and columns, films and DVDs, tricks and live performances are all part of his creative output.
Sunday Night at the London Palladium
By David Britland
Siegfried & Roy never played the Palladium, but they would have done well there. Last month, over 2,000 people showed up just to see them in the audience.
By David Charvet and Alan Howard
As American voters focus on electing a new president, we take a look back at the men who previously held that job and at the magicians who entertained them.
Making a Smoked Herring Swim
By Jaq Greenspon
Malin Nilsson is not just your average Swedish juggling magician in hat and boots. Her unique, inventive outlook leads her to glean inspiration from unusual sources, enough to create a new two-hour show every year.
T'waves: How Juan Tamariz Broadcast Magic
When Juan Tamariz found himself performing regularly on radio, he began exploring new ways to bring magic to his listeners. This effect, The Human Condition, plays just as well in person as over the airwaves.
Villa Livera: The House that Gio Built
By Steven Sokulski
While he no longer makes his living strictly as a close-up performer, Giovanni Livera still loves magic. So much so that he built plenty of tricks and effects into his home and office.
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