In this paper, I discuss some of the new facts that have been learned about Magellanic Cloud clusters, mostly thanks to new detectors and associated reduction code. I first show the extent of the LMC cluster system, in order to note that studies of age, abundance, and kinematics of the cluster system have been missing clusters to the north and south of the Hodge and Wright atlas, and to point out that star formation has gone on in places far from present day neutral hydrogen. I will concentrate on the intermediate age clusters (108-1010 y) in the discussion concerning new stellar evolution results, neglecting the 107 y clusters and 30 Doradus. I further restrict my choice of topics to 1) the luminosity of clump giants, 2) the youngest possible RR Lyrae stars, and 3) the patterns and history of cluster formation. The discussion of abundances of Cloud clusters leads readers to the excellent poster papers presented at this meeting.