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Tag Archives: Celebration
When I was in High School *cough* *cough* years ago, I spent a good portion of my junior and senior years lobbying to have the school participate in Disneyland’s Grad Nite program. Alas, I failed in my endeavor, and thus … Continue reading
I wasn’t able to make it to DHS’s 20th, so please welcome guest author Leigh Caldwell to The Disney Blog. Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ 20th birthday dawned bright and early May 1, with a special rope drop welcome by the park’s … Continue reading
Skipper Brodie, who runs a Jungle Cruise tribute blog, recently celebrated his birthday with this kick ass Jungle Cruise cake created by his parents. You have to love those classic Harper Goff stylings of the original boats. I wonder what … Continue reading
If you do make it to Orlando for one of the 2008 Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios make sure you stick around until the end of the day for the spoof-tastic Dance Off show. (Check below the cut … Continue reading