For a sneak preview of Steve Cohen’s talk with David Ben in Luminato’s Lunchtime Illuminations (to be held on Wednesday, June 19 @ noon), the Millionaire’s Magician talks about the similarities between a great magic performance and an intimate and well thought-out culinary experience.
David talks about his thirty-five-year long pursuit of real secrets
It was an emotional and difficult time for both of us as we came to the realization that this was our final day with Johnny.
On Tuesday, our day with Johnny started later in the evening as he works with Penn & Teller during the day. To fill that time, Johnny contacted Mac King and made arrangements for us to attend his afternoon show.
We woke up early so we can pick up supplies for the day’s mentoring session.
As this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to work with one of the world leaders in magical entertainment, we were both shocked and thrilled for this chance. I have provided a short narrative that highlights some of our most memorable moments and experiences.
This large hardbound book chronicles the beautiful cuts and flourishes of 95- year-old Msgr. Vincent Foy from Canada.
How Gamblers Win is a classic of early cheating literature. On first publication in 1865, the author’s name was given as Gerritt M. Evans, and was republished in 1868 in a slightly expanded edition and Evans’ name was removed from the title page.
Stewart James in Print and The James File are two of the largest magic books ever published (the James File is actually two volumes, but I consider it a single work). They comprise over 2700 pages and over 1000 tricks.