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Showing posts with label Len Cooper. Show all posts
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25 November 2018

Jonah Babins: Len Cooper Memorial Award recipient

Congratulations Jonah!

From the Facebook page of Jonah Babins:

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02 April 2016

  • Jeff's looking more at home in his “trusty sweater vest.”
  • Welcome to Dan Morrissey (of Morrissey Magic) to the stage!  We’ve missed you Phoebe and Dan!
  • Welcome to Phil and Evelyn Matlin (of Perfect Magic, Montreal) to the stage!
  • Mentioning Joan Caesar, past president of the IBM and founder of the Canadian Association of Magicians! 
  • Added bonus:  Welcome to Len Cooper’s family! Bernice, Len’s wife, as well as his children, Jack and Sandy Cooper!

Talk about one big magic family!

29 November 2015

The 2015 Len Cooper Memorial Award

Congratulations Ahmed!

From Reality Based Magic:
Every year the Browser’s Den of Magic in Toronto gives out an award commemorating the shop’s founder, Len Cooper. The award is given to a promising young magician and includes a complete set of the Tarbell Course in Magic. This eight-volume set is one of the most expansive magic references sources in English. I've won the award, as have a number of my friends in magic in the city.

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02 January 2013

Remembering Len Cooper

Jeff Pinsky has as nice anectdote up about he founder of the Browser's Den, Len Cooper.  From the Browser's Den blog:
Some of you may wonder what in the world is the connection between Albert Goshman, Johnny Carson and the founder of the Browser's Den, Len Cooper.

Len and Bernice Cooper started a family once they got married. And as many find out, the irregular income of a professional entertainer often does not mesh very well with having three growing children to take care of.

So Len gave up his comedy magic act. And for 20 years he owned and operated a record shop in New York.

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