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Christmas Party Ideas For Memorable Holiday Celebrations (14 Oct 2005)

I don't know about you, but when I think of Christmas parties, I think of warm, toasty get-togethers with family and close friends. A cozy fire complete with sentimental stories. Do we ever really let a year go by without mentioning, "You'll sho...

Tangor, and The Keeper (Chapter Four) (25 Oct 2005)

(Chapter Four: 570,000 million miles)

It was daylight on both Moiromma and its moon, Ice-cap, so it appeared from the spacecraft's porthole, from outer space. Tangor was looking through his telescope, he could see houses, all their shapes a...

How I Got Started as a Balloon Twister (10 Aug 2005)

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive while performing as a Balloon Artist is "How did you become a Balloon Man?" It is almost as frequent as "Did you have to go to school for this?" I have always liked balloon animals. I used to p...

10 Incredible Ways To Keep Your Sales Soaring (13 Mar 2006)

1. Maximize the effectiveness of your banner ads. Don't just use the same ad on every banner, use a variety to attract the greatest number of clickers.

2. Make your web site load much faster by cutting down on banner ads and start using more...

Reading Minds - What Is Mentalism, and How Can You Perform It? (16 Mar 2006)

Many people have heard of mentalism, but few know exactly what is involved. So let's start with a clear definition.

Mentalism is defined as a sub-category within the field of magic. It has to do with tricks dealing with the mind's power. Rat...

The Rape of Monterey (14 Mar 2006)

David Jack left Crieff, Scotland, in 1841 to lessen the burden on his widowed mother. He worked for an army contractor in Williamsburg, Virginia, for a period, then read a letter in the New York Herald that changed his future.

The letter de...

Californias Last Dry Town (25 Feb 2006)

The coastal town was proud of its prohibition against alcohol. The town was origi-nally founded as a religious retreat for Methodists wanting to become closer to God by living and worshiping in the beautiful forest that He had created.

At t...

A Man Named Hollister (17 Sep 2005)

It is doubtful that William Welles Hollister could envision the mark he would make on California while he was driving his 6,000 head of sheep from Licking County, Ohio, to California. Hollister's 2,000-mile trek, on which he was accompanied by a...

A Bawdy House Gets Saved (19 Sep 2005)

When the fire broke out in Pat Logan's saloon in the unkempt mining camp first known as St. Louis, the Missouri miners rushed from all directions to douse the blaze. Men in St. Louis loved a fire, for kegs of beer were placed at strategic location...

Tangor: A Nightmare Complete! (Chapter Three) (06 Dec 2005)

Ice-worms in space, yes indeed, I would not have believe it had it not been told to me by Tangor himself. And so I shall tell you what he told me: they are creatures from Moiromma, a planet outside our solar system, and they have a clutching grip,...

Tangor and the Banshees! (Chapter Two) (02 Jan 2006)

Outside in the deep cold of space, perhaps like in the deep cold of the oceans, perhaps, not like anything, anyone can really imagine, Tangor witnessed several banshees flapping their giant wings around his spacecraft, staring and glaring into his...

Easy Does It! Small-Scale Tricks to Dazzle Your Audience (09 Dec 2005)

How to Get Started If You're a Beginner

Whether you've been practicing magic for two days, two years, or twenty, the only effective magic trick is one that actually "fools" your audience. This ability to create a good illusion depends in hug...

Tangors Quest! (31 Dec 2005)

Tonos, was quite a long distance from Poloda, and in the early l940s, Tangor, was granted permission to go on a mission there, granted by Eljanhai, the Great I, of the planet. He left behind memories of Yamoda, and the empire of Kapara, and also o...

For The Beginner Dancer (12 Feb 2006)

As a newcomer to dancing you undoubtedly have an uneasy feeling about how you should conduct yourself at a dance class. You possibly wonder if you are going to experience difficulty learning. Well first, please be assured you have no reason for co...

View from the Stage: Coyote Highway (02 Aug 2005)

Coyote Highway - October 22, 2005

It's very late, and I'm toolin' down the highway at break neck speeds on my way back from a performance in another world. Even though the horizon is rushing towards me, it never seems to move the way I would...

UFO: Keeping the Human Gnome off Mars (23 Nov 2005)

Last night I was perusing: http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/r22_s04/mc03.html because Mars is on a close approach to earth and lots of amateur astronomers are out in their back yards snapping pics.

I misplaced my camera, so there was no use g...

Rules Rules Rules (25 Oct 2005)

I have always been a rules-based person. Over the years I have concocted quite a sophisticated set of rules, if I must say so myself. In fact, a mantra that I repeated three times each night was: "Before I lay me down to sleep, I must make more ru...

Magic Tricks - Planning and Adapting Your Performance (Part 2) (23 Feb 2006)

Performing a magic show is when you will either make or break yourself as a magician. What the audience doesn't realise is the amount of preparation involved in planning the show. This series of articles will go through the process I use for cre...

Magic Tricks - Planning and Adapting your Performance (Part 1) (02 Mar 2006)

Performing a magic show is when you will either make or break yourself as a magician. What the audience doesn't realise is the amount of preparation involved in planning the show. This series of articles will go through the process I use for cre...

To Love a Stranger (30 Apr 2006)

On legs that are unsteady, faltering, I shoulder my way across the crowded room.

The air is thick with the scent of flowers, perfumed bodies and that unique yet indefinable smell one always associates with this place.

I draw a deep bre...

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