In this week’s show, the team discusses this week’s Disneyland news, including a dry-ice blast that cause the evacuation of Toontown, plus DIS Senior Editor Leah Zanolla and her husband David are back from their first Southern California and Disneyland Resort vacation. Check out our contact page. Listen/Download News, Housekeeping, Rapidfire, Thread of the Week [download mp3] [...]
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In this week’s show, the team discusses FastPass enforcement, broken Monorails and chicken & waffles…again. Also, Nancy visits Walt Disney’s old neighborhoods in her latest SoCal 101 segment and Michael chats with Russell D. Flores, author of “Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland”. Want to get in touch? Check out our contact page. Listen/Download News, Housekeeping, Rapidfire, Thread [...]
Did you have a fascination with trains as a child? I had a Lionel train set and one of my granddaughter’s favorite new toys at our house is the Walt Disney World Railroad train set. Seeing her playing with it reminded me of a presentation at The Walt Disney Family Museum by Michael Campbell, President [...]
I have always believed that Disney and non-Disney fans could both enjoy the Walt Disney Family Museum due to its state-of-the-art interactive exhibits that inform and entertain guests on the life of Walt Disney. Recently, the museum has expanded its mission by presenting a series of special exhibitions on artists who inspired Walt Disney and [...]
Just when you think you have seen it all, and there is nothing new you can learn about Disney’s original Magic Kingdom, Disneyland brings us the popular tour, Walk in Walt’s Footsteps, the story version.
This summer was big in the world of Disney Parks merchandise. From new Dooney & Bourke bags to a wider variety of items available for purchase to the shocking return of resort specific merchandise, shoppers in both Walt Disney World and Disneyland found themselves reaching into their pockets and walking away with prized treasures. As [...]
When Walt Disney first designed the Magic Kingdom, he made it clear that alcohol was not to be sold. The concept for the park was to be “family oriented” with children and their parents enjoying time together. Much unlike what happens at some carnivals, state fairs, or non-Disney theme parks, an adult member of the [...]