This is a month that I and the rest of the world will never forget. I sat and watched the TV in disbelief as the events unfolded on Sept. 11th, 2001. As I drove to my gig that evening I pondered how I might go about performing. How could I crack jokes at a time like this? How could I perform for those who had just witnessed the same horrors? Luckily, to my surprise, I found performing my magic for others very therapeutic. The audience that evening, and every evening since, has appreciated my “gift of magic” with much more enthusiasm than I can remember. We must all perform our jobs better than before and not let the terrorists succeed with their psychological warfare. To the left is a picture from my last trip to New York. The World Trade Center will always be a fond memory for me. Although we should all move on, we should also never forget the attack on Sept. 11th. To make a donation to the American Red Cross click here.