Brick and Morter Magic Shop

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George Olson
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Brick and Morter Magic Shop

Postby George Olson » September 23rd, 2005, 10:15 am

Yesterday, I met one of the nicest guys in magic that I've met in a long time.

For my Birthday, my wife and I drove to Seaside on the Oregon Coast. I had heard that somebody from Las Vegas had opened a Magic Shop there. When I found it, it was an "old time" shop with a little stage, lots of high end books and equipment. Stuart J. Beck, the proprietor, an enthusiastic and congenial host. As an aside, when I found the shop (in the Carousel Mall) I went to get my wife, and blurted out "...it's a real magic store.." :) Business has been good and his plans are really exciting...

Believe it or not, I even spent a little money there. If you're ever out this way, it makes an excursion to the Oregon coast doubly memorable.

GO

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Re: Brick and Morter Magic Shop

Postby Guest » September 23rd, 2005, 10:27 am

it is always nice to hear that there are still a FEW actual stores...with nice people

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Re: Brick and Morter Magic Shop

Postby Guest » September 23rd, 2005, 12:03 pm

Two great magic shops are Grand Illusions in Carmichael, Ca (outside of Sacramento) and The Trick Shop in Temecula, Ca. Great owners and they support the art in their communities.
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Fredrick
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Re: Brick and Morter Magic Shop

Postby Fredrick » September 23rd, 2005, 12:19 pm

A few years ago I had the opportunity to visit Williams Magic in Tucson, Az. Great shop and great people running it.

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Re: Brick and Morter Magic Shop

Postby Tabman » September 23rd, 2005, 1:33 pm

Happy Birthday George!!! Thanks for the tale about the magic shop.

I'd like to have a map of them around the USA so if I ever get that old converted bus going, I could visit some of em.

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Re: Brick and Morter Magic Shop

Postby George Olson » September 23rd, 2005, 3:39 pm

I hear Ken Kasey's bus is available! Ran into him one day a few years ago at Chuck Leech's shop when it was in Eugene (where Kesey lived) he was interested in Magic.

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