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    Keep, Update, Or Demolish: Disney’s Hollywood Studios Edition

    In Keep, Update, Or Demolish, I have selected and reviewed attractions that I’ve heard a lot of critical reviews of. I combine my personal opinion with the general consensus of these attraction and determine the fate of certain Disney Parks attractions – whether Disney should keep it, update it, or demolish it. Beauty and the […]

  • Disney Theatrical and Frozen director part ways

    Disney Theatrical Productions has “chosen to go in another direction” in regards to their upcoming Broadway production of “Frozen,” so director Alex Timbers has left the production. Thomas Schumacher, President of Disney Theatrical described the decision as “especially painful.” Timbers has worked with Disney before as co-director on “Peter and the Starcatcher,” but his edginess […]

  • Judge allows false advertising case against SeaWorld to continue

    United States District Judge Jeffrey White has denied SeaWorld’s request to dismiss a pending false advertising lawsuit against the company. The suit was filed by Marc Anderson and three other plaintiffs who believe SeaWorld was not as focused on conservation and animal welfare as they claimed to be.  The plaintiffs will now be allowed to […]

  • Belle meet and greet taking place this month for guests with Memory Maker

    A special meet and greet with Belle will take place at the Heritage House in the Magic Kingdom’s Liberty Square this month. This will take place August 7 through August 31 and is only available to guests with Memory Maker or Memory Maker One Day (this includes guests with Annual Passes who have complimentary PhotoPass […]

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    1-Day Animal Kingdom Ideal Day Plan

    If we were going to spend a “perfect” day in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the touring plan in this post would be how we would do it, including how to minimize waits for Pandora – World of Avatar. These are the attractions we would do, the restaurants at which we’d dine, the zoological exhibits we’d see, and […]

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    Afternoon Tea at the Disneyland Hotel gets a Halloween makeover

    Beginning September 30th, the Classic Afternoon Tea at Steakhouse 55 in the Disneyland Hotel becomes a “Trick or Tea,” featuring seasonal teas and special treats. The special seasonal treats start with a maple pecan scone, then move on to chocolate-dipped strawberries painted to look like Jack Skellington. The new seasonal teas include an Apple Pie […]

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    A Close Look Inside AbracadaBAR at Disney’s BoardWalk

    Now in soft opening at Disney’s BoardWalk, AbracadaBAR is a magician’s delight. Nestled between Trattoria al Forno and the newly re-imagined Flying Fish restaurant, this heavily themed cocktail lounge transports guests back to the golden age of enchantment and illusion. I had the opportunity to stop by the bar last week and can assure you that Harry Houdini […]

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    Top tips to help your feet survive Walt Disney World

    At the end of a day at Walt Disney World do you feel like your feet have been sprinkled with pixie dust, or shoved into a too-small glass slipper? Whether you find yourself dealing with blisters, chafing, or just aches and pains, foot problems make what should be a literal walk in the park(s) feel […]

  • Brief power outage at the Disneyland Resort

    Wednesday night, there was a power outage in the city of Anaheim that affected Disneyland and surrounding neighborhoods. According to guests inside the park, the lights only dimmed briefly before emergency generators took over and restored power.  Disneyland officials and that there was little impact to guests. 4,400 other Anaheim residents lost power due to […]