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-MagicTimes News Archives Week of July 1-7, 2013-

Agriculture Department tells magician to write disaster plan for his rabbit
Magician Marty Hahne didn’t think things could get any more harebrained after the U.S Department of Agriculture harassed him for using an unlicensed rabbit in his magic shows two years ago. Now, the agency is demanding he draw up a disaster plan for his furry friend.
Publ.Date : Mon, 01 Jul 2013 18:17:12 GMT

Magician Criss Angel visits Springfield today: JQH Arena Facebook - KY3
Magician Criss Angel will make an appearance at JQH Arena today, according to a post on the official Facebook and Twitter pages of the venue -- but the appearance is limited to 400 people. The post consists of an image that says Angel will take to the stage at JQH at 1:30 p.m. to perform a stunt for a TV series to be shown on SpikeTV. Admission is free to the public, the post says. A student worker at JQH Arena said the first 400 people will get to see the event...
Publ.Date : Mon, 01 Jul 2013 18:17:12 GMT

Taschen's collection of classic magician art is sinister and wondrous -io9
Magic: 1400s-1950s is just what it sounds like: an overview of magicians from late Medieval manuscripts to the period just after World War II. The text is lovely, with essays and captions by Mike Caveney and Jim Steinmeyer that illuminate just how magicians were innovating in the field of special effects — and razzle dazzle — over a more than 500-year period. We learn that "magic is the oldest performing art," going back to the Egyptian pharoahs, and we discover why so many magicians wanted to surround themselves with mystical glamour and quasi-Satanic demon imagery....
Publ.Date : 02 Jul 2013 00:00:00 GMT

I can make the Burj disappear: Emirati magician - gulfnews.com
Dr Montaser Al Mansouri could easily pass off as another Emirati as he orders Turkish coffee at a restaurant in Al Bahia here. But Al Mansouri is special -- very special. Watch him unceremoniously pull a wallet out of his pocket to pay the bill. In a split second, the purse turns into a ball of flame in his hands. Al Mansouri apologises to the petrified waitress, opens the wallet again and hands her a Dh100 note with a smile....
Publ.Date : 03 Jul 2013 00:00:00 GMT

DVD Review: 'Burt Wonderstone' isn't an amazing magician - Wisconsin State Journal
In the slight parody, Carell plays the title character -- a stuck-in-the-past magician who isn't exactly getting along with his lifelong partner, Anton Marvelton (Steve Buscemi). When a hip street illusionist (a very funny Jim Carrey) steals focus, Wonderstone's left to regroup. He tries one of those big David Blaine stunts, fails and watches as his livelihood vanishes in front of him.
Publ.Date : 04 Jul 2013 00:00:00 GMT

Plot holes are big enough for a magician's rabbit - This is Bath
Nothing is what it seems in Louis Letterier's high-stakes game of cat and mouse between four crowd-pleasing Las Vegas illusionists and the FBI. Every narrative twist could be a double-bluff, every failure a carefully orchestrated diversion and every flirtation a calculated exercise in audience manipulation...
Publ.Date : 05 Jul 2013 00:00:00 GMT

Teen magician works his magic in Las Vegas - Lewisville Leader
Turning 17 is a big milestone. This is especially true for teen magician John Tucker, who will spend his seventeenth birthday as an intern at MAGIC Live, one of the largest magic conventions in the world. The convention will run from Aug. 11-14...
Publ.Date : 05 Jul 2013 00:00:00 GMT

Dynamo: Magician Impossible – now that's magic - The Guardian
So here is Dynamo (AKA Steven Frayne) in New York, in a puffa jacket, embarking on another string of quietly astonishing somethings, including making mobile phones ring spontaneously and turning a basketball into a rugby ball. At the end of each illusion, the programme's producers ask stupefied onlookers to recount what they've just seen. This proves no easy task. They might as well be asking them to describe the shape of gas, or mime the smell of cloud. "It like, oh my God, and then, like, woahwoahwoah," shouts one woman, deafeningly surprised by the sight of a plastic bottle appearing to pop its own lid...
Publ.Date : 05 Jul 2013 00:00:00 GMT

His quiet demeanour has people fooled - and how - Wanganui Chronicle
His street magic - apart from levitation - includes leaning into a coin on a table and breathing ice around it, transferring a cellphone to the inside of a beer bottle and casually walking on water and or through glass windows. The thing about this extraordinary man is that he is very sweet. His quiet demeanour has people fooled - you can see that they don't really think this small quiet chap could have them gasping with amazement. His magic is so stunning it takes you a couple of seconds to actually comprehend what you've just seen.
Publ.Date : 06 Jul 2013 00:00:00 GMT

Paul Daniels at opening of Davenport's Magical Kingdom in North Walsham
The television performer and his wife Debbie McGee were at the official opening of Davenport’s Magic Kingdom on Cromer Road, North Walsham, today. Roy Davenport, 40, from White Horse Common, North Walsham, who is the driving force behind the attraction said it was a family dream which had come to fruition. The 15,000 sq ft warehouse cost over £1m to create and includes hundreds of magical artefacts from the Davenport family which has been involved in magic for over 100 years. It also features an 80-seat theatre, sideshows and Yvette the real-life headless woman.
Publ.Date : Sat, 06 Jul 2013 15:58:20 GMT

 

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