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Author Archives: John Frost
Ever wonder what the cast members who play Walk Around Princess characters in the parks experience on a day to day basis? One former cast member took to Reddit for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. And it went a … Continue reading
Disney continues to rollout its new concept Disney Store with the latest opening in Syracuse, NY and one in Rome, Italy. It also made news recently by agreeing to accept Apple Pay at some Disney Store locations (as well as … Continue reading
The brand new Disney Parks Authentic Limited Release Haunted Mansion Villains t-shirts and prints are perfect for a Halloween gift or anytime really for a real Disney fan. These limited-release designs combine dastardly Disney Villains with the classic Haunted Mansion … Continue reading
Dapper Day started in 2011 as a way to show ones love of Walt Disney Parks by dressing up a bit. The original idea was to wear something fashionable as would have been worn in the 50s or 60s, and … Continue reading