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Magic Collectors Expo: Second Day – Friday, August 20, 2021 – Afternoon and Evening Sessions Continuing my summary of the Magic Collectors Expo – Part 2. Click here to read about the First Day of the Magic Collectors Expo: Part 1. What can I say… In my report of this.
Magic Collectors Expo 2021 was my first LIVE Convention of the year Magic Collectors Expo 2021 Whew! For the most part, life and other priorities have gotten in the way, and it has been a long time since I have written in this blog. As you know, Las Vegas was.
I am back! I know it’s been some time since I’ve written about all the magical props and projects I’ve been working on. My hands have been a bit full over the past few months and I’d like to share with you now a little of what I’ve been dealing.
Magic Posters: Original Vintage, Rare & Modern Day Since 1990 Nielsen Magic has been buying, selling, and trading magic posters for thirty years. Since 1990, Norm Nielsen started amassing one of the largest vintage magic poster collections in the world, part of which was auctioned off a few years ago,.
The Nielsen Gallery For eleven years and four months, between January 2006 through May 2017, Nielsen Magic in collaboration with MUM Magazine (the official publication of the Society of American Magicians) and various authors, had a column titled “The Nielsen Gallery”. Each month a vintage magic poster was featured in.
At times I wonder how people are doing with the pandemic of 2020. There are so many unemployed, and although a lot of businesses are open, they are operational in a restricted basis. Food and entertainment are the hardest hit, with restaurants having to limit the number of people at.
Magic Entertainment During Pandemic Times Trying to stay positive during these pandemic times requires quite a bit of effort. Misinformation, bias and negativity in the news are abundant, so I have consciously decided to turn off the television. Although, I do watch an hour or so here or there to.
I don’t know about you, but every single day when I wake up, I thank God for my health. I still have enough eyesight and the stamina to do what needs to get done in life. I am also grateful for the amount of work that keeps me occupied and.
This is the second post in my puppetry series. See the first post “Building a Marionette Controller” to follow from start to finish. PART 2: Painting and Stringing a “Magical” Marionette … By now the controllers are built and ready. The next step is to make a marionette to go.
Keeping a strict schedule and routine is what kept me sane while taking care of Norm in the last five years he suffered dementia. My caretaking duties fine tuned my time-management skills. The drawback is that things can get boring with the same type of work all the time. Along.