Today’s Magic Bulletin is starting with video from WGN TV (Chicago) featuring Mary Doyle discussing her husband Marshall Brodien’s Alzheimer’s disease. The video was released in conjunction with a special produced by the channel called Unforgettable: Living With Alzheimer’s which aired this past weekend. There is more video on their website.
Six year old cancer patient and aspiring magician Seth Jones was able mount his first professional style magic show with the help of Norman Ng and Make-A-Wish. We would love to show you the video from WMUR but it cannot be embedded so you will have to visit their website to see the footage.
Oz Pearlman is still going strong on America’s Got Talent and hometown newspaper The York Daily Record (briefly) chronicled his journey from East York Elementary to Wall Street to national TV over the weekend.
Broadway World is reporting that IMPOSSIBLE recouped costs before its final performance Saturday. With the success of shows such as IMPOSSIBLE and The Illusionists, iTricks imagines that we will see many more large magic productions in the future.
The Huffington Post offered a peek into The Magic Castle and Brookledge this weekend courtesy of attorney and provocateur Bernie Shine complete with a quote from Pee Wee himself.
Finally, if you still need a push to read Steve Spill’s I Lie For Money, you may want to check out the new review on the Manhattan Book Review website or just take my advice and read it!