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Author Archives: Daniel Ross
Update Monday at 4PM: Debby is now predicted to soar across Florida north of Orlando slowly over the next five days. However, the storm is not forecast to grow into a hurricane strength storm. Disney has closed Typhoon Lagoon, but … Continue reading
By now, you’ve likely heard about Sub-Tropical Storm Beryl. Right now, most models have agreed on a landfall by Sunday night with tropical storm warnings stretching between Charleston and Daytona Beach. the median being Brunswick, GA. Because of the width … Continue reading
Nearly three years ago, Disney fans and comic book geeks alike did double takes as they looked at the latest news: Disney bought Marvel Entertainment for $4 billion. While this was less than Disney spent for PIXAR, there were no … Continue reading
Editor: Please welcome new guest author Daniel Ross The Avengers helped set even more records away from the box-office. Powered by the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Walt Disney Company (DIS on the NYSE) stocks rose to their highest level ever at … Continue reading