Tag Archives: Joe Berg


Rock On – Jon Racherbaumer – April 2010

ROCK ON – 3 April 2010 – Jon Racherbaumer TONY SLYDINI (September 1, 1900 – January 15th, 1991) Slydini was a rarity. One of the downsides of being one of a kind is that when a rarity passes from the scene, he or she is extinct. What remains for a while are fragments and shadows. […]

About Us

Our Mission – What Sets SME Apart? Stevens Magic Emporium (SME) has enjoyed over 40 successful years working in the magic business catering to the working professional magician and hobbyist. SME was started by Joe and Martha Stevens. Initially, Joe started selling collectable magic in the 60’s; which turned out to be the springboard that […]


L A Historical

The 10th L.A. Historical Magic Conference February 8 – 10, 2007 Hosted By Jim Steinmeyer, Mike Caveney, John Gaughan, Frankie Glass & Joan Lawton Beverly Garland Holiday Inn North Hollywood, California Entertaining Facts & History Of Our Art! Can you imagine a gathering of magicians that does not include card tricks, coin tricks or close-up […]


SME History

Jay Marshall performing with "Lefty" Jay Marshall performing Amy Stevens, Martha and Joe Stevens Stevens Magic Dealer’s Table at World Magic Seminar in Las Vegas Erika Larsen & Buma Joe & Martha Stevens John Saline, Jay Marshall, Gene Rump, Paul Stone, Billy McComb, Roger Crabtree, Ron Wilson, Joe & Karrell Fox. Photo taken at WMS. […]


Personally Speaking – Apr08

Joe’s Personally Speaking – April 2008 “The Funny Side Of Magic" I take great pleasure in presenting this column, properly titled, “The Funny Side Of Magic.” The history of magic is very important as we know. Tony Gerard has compiled precious historical funny “true” stories of magic worlds past great legends and those who are […]


Karrell Fox – Fox Column Feb96

Columnist: Karrell Fox KARRELL FOX COLUMN “MUSICAL MONEY BIT” BIT If you do the bill-in-the wallet, or any trick for that matter where you borrow a dollar bill, then you will like this little laugh bit. It’s a musical instrument store. They sell small cylindrical “pitch- pipes”. They are about the diameter of a cigarette, […]