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Tag Archives: anniversary
This is a really cute way to celebrate the 1 year anniversary for Disney’s Aladdin on Broadway. They held a “Co-Star Challenge” and challenged the show’s cast members to see how much they know about each other. The result is … Continue reading
Last night Disneyland made the big announcement covering the three new shows coming to the park for its diamond celebration 60th anniversary. One of those shows is a new fireworks show called “Forever.” The premise is to Live the Magic … Continue reading
43 Years ago today, Walt Disney World opened to the public. Known early on as “The Florida Project,” it was viewed as a place for Walt to experiment with his ideas for intentional communities, technology advancement, industrial cooperation, and the … Continue reading
We’ll let the historians debate whether opening day for Disneyland was July 17th, when the live TV broadcast and dedication was made, or July 18th, when the first public ticket was admitted through the gate. Either way, it’s a pretty … Continue reading