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Ever wondered who was behind the nightly snowfall at the Grove? It's done by a company called MagicSnow that was founded by former struggling magician Adam Williams. His snow is actually "a light, water-based foam that when applied to a high-powered blower, [turns into a] light foam puff that floats through the air." [Curbed]