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Katie Holmes has come a long way from Dawson’s Creek. Actually not too far, as that show was filmed up in North Carolina. Minnie Mouse donned her special polka-dot heart dress to poses with Holmes in the New York Street … Continue reading
Disneyland can be fun, exciting, thrilling, and romantic. Often all at the same time, So really what better way to spend your first Valentine’s Day after getting married. At least that’s what Big Bang Theory Star Kaley Cuoco and her … Continue reading
If you hang out at Disneyland on multiple days of the year, there’s a really good chance you’ve had a close encounter with a celebrity. They’re relatively easily spotted, just look for the famous plaid of Disneyland’s guest relations tour … Continue reading
Child star and Hollywood legend Shirley Temple Black died on Monday at age 85. As a child in the 1930’s, she tap danced and sang her way into the hearts of America and the world. As an adult she became … Continue reading