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May 7, 2010|Comments: 0
Dakota Jackson has had a checkered career - he started working as a magician, then plumbing became a passion. He’s also an accomplished musician and a dancer. But he is best known for his furniture designs and his factory in queens.
My Generation's Bill Boggs pulls up a chair with this famed furniture designer to reveal the magic behind his creations.
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