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Ecstasy: How Dangerous is This Wildly Popular Drug? (06 Jan 2006)
In February 2004 a 16-year-old girl in Connecticut went to a house party with some friends. She took a powdered form of the popular drug known as ecstasy with her friends, went into seizures and later died. In April 2004, a 14-year-old girl in Cal...
Thumbs Up (05 Jan 2006)
Do you remember how sensitive you felt about being "different" in some way when you were kid?
Maybe you were shorter than your classmates. Or taller. Or had darker hair, or lighter hair. Or maybe you wore glasses.
Well…my difference wa...
The English Were Always Philistines, Sir Roy! (03 Dec 2005)
Sir Roy Strong, the eminent English historian and former director of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, has ridiculed the television programme 'I'm a celebrity… Get me out of Here!' in a recent article in 'The Daily Mail'.
"It made we...
Too Young to Survive? (11 Jan 2006)
Eight o'clock on a beautiful June morning in southern Wisconsin. The sun was shining. The birds were singing. And I was on my way to the stable where I boarded my two horses. Little did I know that in just a few minutes I would become a "momma ...
Scream Vogue (16 Apr 2006)
Catherine Aitken a kind of time-honored traditional classic of fabrics which are an evocative of an old-fashioned Scottish childhood.
Catherine Aitken's handbags are made using the softest mohair, coarse and smooth harris tweeds and an array...
Stan Lee, Even the Comic Book Great Ones Have Problems (27 Jan 2006)
Stan Lee, in my mind, has to be one of the all time most recognizable individuals in the
"Comic Book Industry". Most lovers of comic books have known his name all their
collecting lives. For those of you who don't know his name, I am sure you ha...
A Comedy of Comic Book Industry Errors (06 Mar 2006)
Although lacking in popularity for years, the mid-50s through early 60s brought back a
resurgence of the superheroes. This in itself was not bad, especially since I like superheroes. But
as the publishers wanted to cash in on this rebirth, all o...
Comic Book Industry Blunders (07 Apr 2006)
What has gone wrong within the industry and can it be fixed? The rape and pillage, in the eyes of
some, may have left the comic book industry gasping for life support. It seems that for an
industry that has seen so much success, the history of c...
Comic Book Collectors; Nerdy Geeks or Shrewd Investors? (07 Feb 2006)
When one says, yeah, I collect comic books, what is the general public response? Oh no,
a slightly off the wall geek. Here is someone who has lost touch with reality. Or someone
that is in his or her own little world. I think not. Yes, comic boo...
Televisions Mysteries: The Twilight Zone of other Television Programs (20 Apr 2006)
You unlock this door with the key of imagination. That's what Rod Serling would say. It appears to me that the Twilight Zone may have affected more than the 30 minutes it controlled every week those many years ago. So with the keys of your imagina...
Walt Disney Is Coming To Town (02 Mar 2006)
In 1923, twenty-one-year-old Walt Disney arrived in Los Angeles fresh from the disappointment of his first cartoon studio going bankrupt in Kansas City. He went to see his twenty-nine-year-old brother Roy in the Veteran's Hospital were he was reco...
Behind The Red Nose (19 Apr 2006)
Therapeutic Clowning in the Okanagan
"The arrival of a good clown exercises more beneficial influence upon the health of a town than of twenty asses laden with drugs." As far back as the 17th Century, when Dr. Thomas Syndenham made this comm...
Top 7 Dos for Successful Improvisation (14 Apr 2006)
Do you think you can't improvise? Nonsense! All you need are a few chords, the right attitude, and a piano or keyboard. Follow these seven principles and you'll be improvising at the keyboard in no time!
1. Do listen to what's going on insid...
Setting Up Your Magic Shows: Part III - The Most Important Step To Setting Up Your Magic Show (20 Feb 2006)
You have created individual magic trick files for all of the effects in your performing repertoire. A customer calls you on the phone and books you to perform at their next event. When you are ready to design a show for a cust...
Setting Up Your Magic Shows: Part II - The Great Begining to a Great Magic Show (07 Oct 2005)
The last article described how to create a file for each magic trick that you might use in a magic show. This article will show you what kind of information you need to include in each and every magic trick file you create.
This is an impor...
Setting Up Your Magic Shows: Part I - The Secret Factor to a Great Magic Show (22 Oct 2005)
Imagine that you have walked out on stage and just finished your opener to rave applause. Your show continues like a well tuned sports car until you get to the fourth magic effect. You introduce the magic trick and the audience quiets in eager a...
Performing Magic for Kids: Part III - How Your Performing Style Will Make You Rich Or Broke (01 Dec 2005)
The most important secret to doing kid's magic is:You are not performing for the kids!
You will learn quickly that the most difficult task facing the
children's performer is to design the show to appeal to chil...
Performing Magic for Kids: Part II - How These Four Things Will Make Or Break Your Magic Show (01 Mar 2006)
Four Critical Keys to Performing Magic for Kids
Children don't understand many of the common cues in a live performance.
Most children are raised in the age of television. Not a bad thing,
except the laugh tracks prompt the children w...
Performing Magic for Kids: Part I - The Secret Most Magicians Dont Know About Kid Shows (15 Dec 2005)
You have just discovered the wonderful world of magic. Trip after trip
to the magic shop has added to your ever growing arsenal of magic
tricks. Thirty-three days later the credit card bills arrive to remind
your wife that this IS an expensive hob...
Magic DVD Review - The Art of Street Performing by Cellini (28 Apr 2006)
This is a review of the three volume set of DVDs on the art of street performing by Cellini.
Cellini Presents: The Art of Street Performing Volume 1
Length: 57 minutes
Publisher: Magicman1234 Productions
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