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  • Entertainment News
    “black-ish” at Walt Disney World is cringeworthy, but hilarious

    Back in the 1990s, Disney acquired ABC and the result was a slew of cross promotion episodes between ABC sitcoms and Walt Disney World. Yes, we were fortunate to have classic episodes of Roseanne, Full House, Step by Step, Family Matters, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Boy Meets World all taking place at everyone’s favorite vacation destination. But then […]

  • Entertainment News
    Disney Channel names new marketing VP

    Disney Channels Worldwide announced this week that John Rood will be returning to the Walt Disney Company as its senior vice president of marketing. Rood replaces Richard Loomis, who steps down next month after nine years with the Disney Channel. Rood was executive vice president at DC Entertainment from 2010 to 2014 and prior to […]

  • Disney News
    Boatwright’s Dining Hall Review

    Boatwright’s Dining Hall is the table service restaurant at Port Orleans Riverside in Walt Disney World, serving southern cooking. This review details our meal here, with food photos, thoughts on ambiance, and other details about Boatwright’s. In terms of basic info for vacation planners, this is a 1-credit table service restaurant on the Disney Dining Plan, and accepts […]

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  • RUMOR: Writer’s Stop at Disney’s Hollywood Studios to Close

    There are rumors online that the Writer’s Stop at Disney’s Hollywood Studios will be closing September 25th, 2016. It was originally reported to be closing in April with the rest of Streets of America. The Writer’s Stop serves coffee from the location, as well as warm pretzels served with spicy mustard and cheese sauce, spiced nuts, charcuterie, […]

  • Stitch’s Great Escape at the Magic Kingdom to become seasonal as of October 2

    As of October 2, Stitch’s Great Escape at the Magic Kingdom will become a seasonal attraction instead of continuing to operate daily. Seasonal attractions are open based on attendance in the park. The last day of full operation will be Saturday, October 1. Rumors have been swirling on the internet that this attraction may be […]

  • Walt Disney World sends out casting call for new “Citizens of Hollywood”

    An interesting post has shown up on the Disney auditions website. Walt Disney World is currently seeking both male and female comedic and interactive actors for a role in the Citizens of Hollywood.  This comes after Disney cut back ten positions in these roles earlier this year. It is unknown if those who lost their […]

  • Orlando International Airport opens new USO Welcome Center

    As a way to reach out to all the military members and veterans who travel through the Orlando International Airport each year, a new USO Welcome Center is now open. Just at Walt Disney World alone, each year, 750,000 people visit the Shades of Green Resort, a resort that offers discounted stays to members of […]

  • Disney Cruise Line onboard benefits changing for Disney Visa cardholders

    Disney Cruise Line will be making some changes to their onboard perks for Disney Visa cardholders. Currently, when guests pay for their Disney Cruise with a Disney Visa card, they will receive a $50 onboard beverage credit. This offer is still good through the end of 2016, but, according to the Disney Cruise Line Blog, […]

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    Things to consider before “moving to Walt Disney World”

    I often see people asking on DISboards.com and other forms of media about moving to Orlando to start a career at Disney. I also see many people not thinking through certain aspects of moving to work at Disney. Here are a few of the often overlooked details. 1) Can you really afford it? Anyone can […]