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  • Barry Friedman on “Drop Everything” podcast with host Dan Holzman

    Nov 25, 2015 No Comments

    “Drop Everything” Podcast #21: (67:00) Special Guest for this episode is my juggling partner Barry Friedman. Hear stories, history, and much more from “The Raspyni Brothers.” Also on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/il/podcast/ejuggle/id1063204159

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  • Eva Vida Obituary

    Nov 24, 2015 No Comments

    I’m saddened to have to report that Eva Vida has passed away. She died in London, UK on November 8th, 2015. Funeral services will be held in London on December, 2nd, 2015 at  11.30 am at the South London Crematorium, Rowan Road, Streatham Vale, London SW16 5JG. The following information and p...

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  • Joculare – Where Juggling And Art Meet

    Nov 24, 2015 No Comments

    Joculare is a line of  juggling-themed art created by Jason Horst, a graphic designer and juggler from Manheim, PA (USA). Jason was happy to answer a couple of questions about his background and how he went about choosing and creating the wonderful images of well-known jugglers that can be purchas...

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  • IJA Tricks of the Month November 2015 Takaaki Matsumura from Japan

    Nov 23, 2015 No Comments

    Takaaki Matsumura lives in Fukuoka, Japan. He has been juggling for 11 years. Music: Arata Urawa Takaaki Matsumura vive en Fukuoka, Japan. Lleva 11 años malabareando Musica: Arata Urawa

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  • Juggler’s Scoop – November 22nd, 2015

    Nov 23, 2015 No Comments

    Juggler’s Scoop is a bi-weekly collection of the latest juggling videos and news bits from around the web.  Here’s the latest scoop! – Ameron Rosvall takes club juggling innovation to the next level in ‘Plastic Mind.’ – Japanese jugglers come together for an autumn epil...

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  • The 2015 St. Louis Jugglefest Review

    Nov 21, 2015 No Comments

    By: Afton Benson Photography by: Alex Hoffman of St. Louis, MO The 8th annual 2015 St. Louis Jugglefest was presented by the National Prestigious Society of Collegiate Jugglers’ (NPSCJ) of Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Justin Finkel, Reid Schur, and Arron Kruse were the key players who m...

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  • Juggling In Commercials

    Nov 19, 2015 1 Comment

    If you watch any TV at all that still includes commercials, you’re bound to see a lot of your fellow jugglers on the screen. If you watch very closely, you might notice that some of the jugglers are the same from commercial to commercial. I thought it might be fun to ask two of America’s leading...

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  • Enjoying classical jugglers

    Nov 18, 2015 No Comments

    Yes, I admit: I like good classical juggling! In the juggling culture where I grew up, a world with youtube and Wes Peden, it seems almost like a sin to watch the videos below. Common critique is that traditional jugglers hardly invent new tricks. They also do not incorporate tools such as theatre a...

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  • “The Walk” Movie Review

    Nov 14, 2015 No Comments

    So, they finally did it. They made a movie about a juggler. A major motion picture about one of us. A large budget movie with a Hollywood producer, and a top director. About a real actual juggler. Wake me, I must be dreaming. There are many questions that immediately come to mind but the first and m...

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  • 2013 IJA Festival Video Part Four: Renegade, Taste of Vaudeville, Cascade of Stars, and More!

    Nov 12, 2015 No Comments

    NOTE: This exclusive content is for IJA members only. If you're a member, Log In on the top to read the full article. If you're not a member, read about the benefits of IJA membership in the "Join the IJA" menu at the top of the page and register today! ———̵...

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  • Forgotten Juggling Props – Hand Bells And Cup Sticks

    Nov 10, 2015 No Comments

    In my continual research into juggling history, I sometimes notice small, odd details in photographs, drawings, and paintings of jugglers. I store these away in my mind and sometimes never think about them again. However, when these same little oddities keep appearing, a pattern develops. Today I...

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  • A Message from the Chairman, October 2015

    Nov 09, 2015 No Comments

    Things are going well with the planning of next year’s festival! In addition to the free brunch Tuesday through Saturday and over $35,000 in prize money for the stage championships, expect some more big announcements in the coming months.  Speaking of the festival, we have opened up our no...

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  • Juggler’s Scoop – November 8th, 2015

    Nov 09, 2015 No Comments

    Juggler’s Scoop is a bi-weekly collection of the latest juggling videos and news bits from around the web.  Here’s the latest scoop! – Iver Roar Tronstad combines creativity with technical club juggling in ‘Omen 4‘. – Bennett Santora’s ring routine from the 2015 P...

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  • Weather Forecast Comic

    Nov 08, 2015 No Comments

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  • EJC 2015 General Review

    Nov 07, 2015 No Comments

    Like last year, I will write 3 parts: 1. General Review: Info about EJC, minus the big shows. 2. Open Stages: Sunday – Wednesday 3. Main Shows: Matthias Romir Show, Opening Show, Italian Show, and Gala Show (here are last year’s: part 1, part 2, part 3.) The first part, I will write in...

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  • IJA Tricks of the Month November 2015 Israel by: Sagi Bracha

    Nov 05, 2015 No Comments

    My name is Sagi Bracha. I am almost 17 years old and from Israel. I have been juggling for eight years and my favorite prop is clubs. This video demonstrates my creativity with balls, rings, and especially clubs.

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  • Youna: The Western Japanese Juggler

    Nov 05, 2015 No Comments

    The story of the juggler Youna is an amazing and mysterious one. Youna was born in Japan to Episcopal missionary parents from New England in the USA. His parents died when he was very young and he was apparently taken in by a Japanese family that performed daikagura, the traditional Japanese form o...

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