On YouTube Today The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube. The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube. Feature Stories KAMARR - A Rich Life In Magic!One of my favorite things to watch when I was attending the University of Kansas (Go KU!), was David Letterman... It was always a great show to watch and still is.... But when KAMARR was on, everyone in my Frat House (Delta Upsilon) would be glued to the TV! KAMARR had a career that was quite amazing as you will read below.CASH COW by Wayne Rogers. CASH COW by Wayne Rogers - Thanks for the Contribution Wayne! A TWO STAGE ROUTINE PART 1 CASHING A CHECK: The performer explains that not very long ago, checks were the most common way of sending money by post, or paying bills. Now days more and more payments and money transfers are made by direct credit, and organisations like Paypal.Al Flosso - The Personal Touch, By Joe StevensAfter College, playing at Wichita State University, I was selected at the end of the 1958 basketballs season to be one of a few lucky players to represent the WEST college all-star team, against the EAST all-star team in Madison Square Garden, NY. I was there for one week practicing for the big game.The Magic History Conference - LAThe Magic History Conference - From the Eye's of Joe Stevens As many of you know, and at the risk of sounding authorative, I have been to a lot of magic conventions all over the world in my many years. I love all of them – even when sales weren’t so great, I still enjoyed and continue to enjoy them for one reason – fellowship.Terry Lasorda - A Performer With A Rich History. We at Stevens Magic Emporium - always LOVE it when people stop by to say hello to us! Wichita, KS, is a great place to live - the quality of life is fantastic... However, Wichita is no Metropolis... That is why we are consistently humbled by the amount of people that make efforts to stop by our shop.Tim Moore - The Steward I want to thank Tim and Nancy Moore for allowing us to showcase the photos below. Some of you got my initial e-mail flash that was sent, and while it did a great job of highlighting the pieces, I wanted to also have this story featured on the Stevens Magic Emporium webpage for many reasons... The main reason being that the photo sizes in my e-mail flash did not fully enlighten readers.