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Sleight of Hand is Only Half the Tricki
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Arash Arabasadi
September 17, 2012
Magic tricks are nearly as old as written history. Now, in the modern era though, magic is a stage show where buildings disappear and women are sawed in half. But it’s more than just smoke, mirrors and waving a wand. It’s about the show and the showman. Arash Arabasadi of VOA's Persian News Network reports from the Hotel Helix in Washington.

Sleight of Hand is Only Half the Trick

Arash Arabasadi

Published September 17, 2012

Magic tricks are nearly as old as written history. Now, in the modern era though, magic is a stage show where buildings disappear and women are sawed in half. But it’s more than just smoke, mirrors and waving a wand. It’s about the show and the showman. Arash Arabasadi of VOA's Persian News Network reports from the Hotel Helix in Washington.


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