First up today is more financial wisdom from Paul Daniels from The Telegraph. Today he explains how to save money by living in a hotel.

The Wall Street Journal took time out from covering ISIS and ebola to visit the Magic Table at Cafe Edison. They visited with several diners, including Tom Klem and 92 year old Jerry Oppenheimer, a retired Bronx court stenographer who entertained juries during breaks with magic like a real-life Harold T. Stone.

Speaking of Judge Stone, don’t forget Harry Anderson on AXS Thursday hosting Gotham Comedy Live and Justin Willman on Comedy Central’s @Midnight tonight!

The California Magic Dinner Theater made the list of the Top 5 Bay Area dinner shows, at least according to San Francisco CBS affiliates KPIX and KCBS.

Entertainment Tonight passes along Twitter pics from Neil Patrick Harris (his book is out this week) showing what his twins got for their birthdays… did you guess magic set? You guessed right.

Finally, Las Vegas Weekly has a fluff piece on the secret life of a Vegas showgirl which has a nice plug for dating magicians.