Walt Disney once said, “I have learned from the animal world, and what everyone will learn who studies it is a renewed sense of kinship with the Earth and all its inhabitants.” It is not surprising, then, that the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) recently awarded the Appalachian Bear Rescue (ABR) a $5,000 grant to [...]
This has absolutely nothing to do with Disney. I want to get that out of the way up front. Also, some of what I write here may offend some people. If it does, I’m sorry. But after watching the video below, I felt strongly and I need to vent. And, since I have this particular [...]
Hey! <Shake…shake…shake> wake up! <Tap…tap…tap> come over here, there’s something we need to talk about. I’m not sure everyone is aware of what’s going on, but we need to get something out on the table. Sometimes things can happen under the radar and we aren’t even aware of it, but that’s not going to happen [...]
When I sat down to write a Thanksgiving-themed blog, I thought about all the ways I could tie it in to Disney. Should I cover the traditional-style, family dining? Should I talk about the fall decor, or maybe even how to survive the holiday crowds in the parks? Then, it occurred to me.
Disneyland Adventures is being released November 15 for the Xbox 360 with Kinect. This isn’t typically something we would cover here on the DIS Unplugged, but after testing out this game at the D23 Expo in August, I knew I had to play this game again…and definitely had to tell you all about it. In the [...]
Our family has seen “The Lion King” countless times – in the theater, on stage, in 3D, and at home. We rushed to see Disneynature’s African Cats and help “Save the Savanna.” Therefore, when we had a chance to see the big cats during a sleepover experience at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, we couldn’t resist. Continue after the [...]
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has issued a press release saying that it intends to file a lawsuit against SeaWorld (San Diego and Orlando) on behalf of five orca whales naming the whales as plaintiffs in the lawsuit. The whales, Tilikum, Katina, Corky, Kasatka, and Ulises, will be represented by their “next [...]