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Moses Lake Magician

Last week I performed for the Grant County Fair in Moses Lake.  It was my first time performing for the Fair since 2007, so it was nice returning after an eight year break. At one of my shows I noticed … Continue reading

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Thornewood Castle

It’s not every day that you get to visit an authentic castle.  Thornewood Castle in Lakewood isn’t just rare, it’s one-of-a-kind:  In 1907, Mr. Thorne purchased a 400-year-old  Elizabethan manor in England and had it dismantled and shipped, brick by … Continue reading

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Washington State History Museum

Six museums in the Tacoma Museum District Host Museum Professionals from Around the World The Washington State History Museum was part of a collaborative fundraising event where all six museums* in downtown Tacoma each host guests from the American Association … Continue reading

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Northwest Wedding Weekly Podcast

Tony Schwartz has created a great resource for brides and wedding planners looking for the top wedding vendors in the Pacific Northwest.  Today I was featured on his podcast talking about the benefits of adding strolling magic to wedding receptions.  … Continue reading

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July Public Magic Shows

July 2013 Public Magic Shows Plenty of opportunities to see my magic live and in person!  Please say hi if you’re able to attend a show. Monday, July 1 at 6:30 pm at the West Seattle Library Tuesday, July 2 … Continue reading

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Key Peninsula Magic & Variety Show

It was a beautiful summer evening to drive out to the Key Peninsula. My friend Alex Zerbe and I just finished performing for a fundraising show at the Key Peninsula Civic Center. Thanks to Ed Taylor for sponsoring the show, … Continue reading

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June Public Magic Shows

The end of June means summer vacation and swarms of festivals and events. Unless noted otherwise, all of these shows are free and open to the public. All are family friendly, with the library programs designed more for elementary-age kids. … Continue reading

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Washington State Grad Parties

It’s grad party season, and all of the entertainers I talk with tell me that June is one of their busiest times of the year.  Yesterday was especially hectic, with shows in Burien, Redmond, and Forks.  Although most of my … Continue reading

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