Thursday, December 3, 2009 at 02:03PM
Dodd Vickers

We've been talking about it for some time, and now the mainstream media is taking not. The Building that is now known as the Magic Castle is 100 years old.  Reuters is circulating their coverage of the Centenial in a story entitled "Hollywood's Magic Mansion Celebrates 100 Years." 

Earlier this month, when the Magic Castle celebrated its building's 100th anniversary, Larsen talked to guests while sitting at a bar with 200 year-old etched glass panels imported from Scotland.

In the corner, magician Jon Armstrong performed card tricks for a group sitting around a table, as Goldenhersh, who likes to work with live creatures, chased down a butterfly.

He explained that the insect sprang loose from "a bit of magic," grasped it from a wall and shuffled off to entertain celebrity guest Tippi Hedren, star of 1963 movie "The Birds."

Read The Complete Article Here, or enjoy our interviews with Milt Larsen, George Siegel and Neil Patrick Harris all discussing the event.

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