Juggling Cell Phones and Beer—The Sip-Talk Trick

Juggling breathes off the spirit of innovation and creativity. The experience becomes more personal when you design your own tricks. Not to mention, it professionally brands you as the juggler with a specialized and unforgettable routine. What makes you the shining jewel among the thousands of other nameless jugglers? It is your ideas and one-of-a-kind personality that makes you stand …

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IJA CHALLENGE – Largest Stack of Balls Thrown From One Hand To Another

Hello, and thanks for coming to the IJA Challenge! The IJA Challenge is a monthly video contest put forth to the juggling community, in which anyone with a video camera can record an attempt to compete for a juggling/manipulation based world record set by Richard Kohut. The winners receive prizes for their achievement in breaking or tying his world record …

IJA Tricks of The Month December Argentina 2014 By : Brenm Corso

Brenda Corso is a juggler from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has been juggling for 5 years now. She specializes in Flow Arts and object manipulation. In this video she shows some of her work with swinging 1, 2, and 3 clubs. Brenda Corso es una malabarista de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lleva haciendo malabares 5 años. Su especialidad son las Artes …

Juggler’s Scoop – December 5th, 2014

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! – Wes Peden teams up with K8 Malabares to deliver what is possibly the most inappropriately titled juggling video of the year. – Taylor Glenn’s new juggling video is radioactive. – Niels Duinker gets musical with shaker cups. …

Restaurant Jugglers

At the end of the nineteenth century and beginning of the twentieth century,  a very popular type of juggling act was done by “Restaurant Jugglers.” Restaurant jugglers did their act in the setting of a high class restaurant, with both the customers and waiters eventually juggling anything and everything on the stage, including the food, plates, utensils, and even the …

Juggling Firsts: Part Three – Rings / Hoops and Miscellaneous

As I stated in the first two parts of this series, in 1946 Vaudeville juggler Tommy Breen wrote a now well-known article for Roger Montandon’s Jugglers’ Bulletin on “Juggling Firsts,” listing the first jugglers to accomplish various feats, to the best of his considerable knowledge. This list has been an invaluable resource to juggling historians ever since, but it is …

Obituaries: Lois Jackson and Walter Houc

The juggling community has lost quite a few members in the past year or two. We would like to take this opportunity to honor one who has recently passed and one who passed last year. LOIS JACKSON (1929 – 2014)   Lois Jackson was born April 11, 1929 in Morgantown, WV (USA) to Lessie and Paul Trevillian. She grew up …

Message from the Chairman, Novemeber, 2014

Everything is shaping up nicely for our 2015 festival next year in Quebec City! There is a lot of hard work that goes on behind the scenes every year for our festivals. Often, months of planning and preparation pass before elements of the festival are even in place enough for information to be released publicly. Véronique Provencher and the Turbo418 …

2014 Cleveland Circus Review

For the third consecutive year, the Case Western Reserve University Juggling Club hosted The Cleveland Circus juggling convention. The weekend-long festival took place in one of the University’s spacious buildings. The main practice area was had more than enough room for all the jugglers in attendance and all the many activities that came with it. Vendors lined the perimeter of the …