To See All New Items Click on Mark’s New Photo Below On YouTube TodayThe 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 StoriesAuke van Dokkum - 1957 - 2018 - A Letter From His Family.Sincere condolences to the family of our good friend and supplier Auke Van Dokkum. Auke lived the art of magic. He was happiest when he was performing and to him performing was so much more than just simple execution of effects. It was a life-form and maintaining an incredible amount of respect for the art that he practiced. A few of his mentors included Tommy Wonder and Armando Lucero.The Princess of Magic - Irene LarsenIt has now been a little more than two years since one of the most important personalities in magic has left us! She had no enemies in her magic life. Her love for magic saw no equals and she had the passion for the art!Born September 15th, 1936 in Steuhlingen, Germany she was raised in that country and Austria and as a little girl.Hardeen - Monarch of Manacles - William V. RauscherHardeen - Monarch of Manacles - William V. RauscherReview by John Cox - Posted with Permission from by John and his incredible website which we highly suggest you visit: http://www.wildabouthoudini.com/William V. Rauscher's new book about Houdini's brother, Hardeen: Monarch of Manacles, is now available. The hardcover runs 150 pages and is the first book ever devoted to Dash.Our Legends From The Past - Al Goshman by Joe StevensAl Goshman - Definitely a MAGIC LEGEND!I don't pass the word, “LEGEND,” around easily when it comes to talking about magicians from the past! But Al Goshman, for sure, can be called one!For years, I was impressed with stories of him and his fabulous, creative close-up performance! When I finally saw Al work back in the early 80's, I saw why accolades were passed on to him! He was a...Wayne Rogers Passes - Paul Romhany selected to carry on his legacy.There are people in our industry who don’t have immediate public name recognition such as Copperfield, Penn & Teller, Criss Angel – but this does not diminish their contribution. In underground circles of their peers, these individuals achieve a sort of guru status. Wayne Rogers was one such guru.Constructing A Strong Magic Show - Nick LewinAs a magician I am always impressed by people who can do great tricks, however as an entertainer I am in awe of the magician who can turn those tricks into a strong act. As a magician I was lucky enough to have had three wonderful mentors in my formative years, they were Ken Brooke, Billy McComb and Maurice Fogel.