In the news this week, Disneyland offers free tickets to Anaheim sixth graders, cast members in sales & marketing are “restructured” out of a job, a new artist rendering of Star Wars “land” is released, and Halloween Time details emerge, plus Michael celebrates Disneyland’s 61st with special guest author/historian Jim Korkis. To get in touch [...]
Tag: Halloween Time
Want the best way to see the holiday decorations or to absorb the atmosphere and culture of Main Street, USA in Disneyland Park? Take a few moments out and climb aboard the Disneyland Omnibus! As I mentioned in the 2012 Halloween edition of the DIS Unplugged Disneyland Podcast, the second deck (of this original creation [...]
Halloween Time is here at the Disneyland Resort, and as we talked about on our special 2012 Halloween episode of the DIS Unplugged Disneyland edition that means it’s time to celebrate our annual Halloween Visit and Sugar High with all of those creative treats that the season brings! Of course, each Halloween season is a [...]
Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort began September 14th and all your favorites are back, along with a couple of new surprises. I crisscrossed the Parks getting pictures to share with you, and I think there’s only one thing I missed…more on that later. This year Halloween isn’t just limited to Disneyland Park, with a bit [...]
This fall, Disney brings to life the tale of a boy on a mission to save man’s best friend. Using stop-motion animation and a story written by Tim Burton over 25 years ago, Frankenweenie will entertain and inspire as it travels across the globe, into Disney parks, and theaters. Image: The story of a boy [...]
The sight of this sign is enough to get die-hard Disneyland fans in a tizzy! Halloween Time will be coming to the Disneyland Resort this weekend, September 16, 2011! The extremely popular Haunted Mansion Holiday is in the final stages of preparation to provide guests with an amazing holiday experience from opening weekend until right after [...]
Where can you find the change of the seasons so obviously displayed, with pumpkins on the ground and snow on the castle? In answering that, I’m going to introduce you to a new series of articles that I’ll be bringing to you, hopefully bringing you some joy and surprises – The Gems of Disneyland!