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pnielan

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I'm in DC tonight for work and thinking how much i liked the thinking in Scotty York's work. Never got a chance to see him live, but know he performed in town at Casey's.  Know Denny has a shop here. Know Ian Swiss used to be here. Maybe still is. Know Bob Sheets and Steve Spillman had a dinner magic theater here. What don't I know?


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Al Cohen had a magic shop in DC as well.
I visited it once on a high school senior class trip to Washington DC.
It was either Al's or the Smithsonian.
Al's won.
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Darwin Ortiz lives in Georgetown, Richard Kaufman is somewhere in D.C.  He used to have a Tuesday night pool thing at a place called Buffalo Billiards. David Williamson and Aaron Fisher used to be in the area. Currently Mark Phillips and Brain Kloske have a show going, so does Karen Berriss
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Denny's shop is in northeast Baltimore...a good hour away.  Max Major lives down DC way, as does Rich Bloch.  And then, there are guys in the Baltimore-Washington area like George Woo, George Bradley and more.
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Man, Evildan, same for me except I think it was the FBI building.  Me and the class president took off running. Al had a sign in the window for fireworks and that's what he was going for.  I bought  a Glorpy.  As it was, there was a delay for the class to get into the building and we didn't miss anything.
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FBI building, where Harvey Rosenthall works
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pnielan

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Good info everyone. Thanks much.

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