The finale, and why magic has survived for thousands of years.
Magicians and card sharps - the same tricks, but with different goals.
The most famous trick in magic started with a hoax...
Magicians don't need to fool you - your brain does it on its own.
Should magic be adversarial?
Magic is more than just fooling people.
Are props really the sign of a poor magician?
On the history of misogyny in the world of magic...
Is it ethical to leave audiences believing "unsafe" magic was used?
"The man who fooled Houdini" made an enemy for life for when performed this simple trick.
Be they about deception or endangerment, magicians have had trouble establishing the ethics of their craft.
Do female magicians still face gender discrimination?
Is the Internet destroying magic by allowing you to look up the secret to any trick while it's being performed in front of you?
Are you watching closely? Let's explain how magic works...