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It’s a big year for the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. It runs March 6-May 19 and is celebrating it’s 20th year with a whole host of exciting new exhibits at the event. Add to that new food, new … Continue reading
Sometimes those who live out west don’t realize how good they have it. Take this concert where, for the first time ever, Pixar will present a compilation of the music and imagery from Pixar’s thirteen feature films, performed by a … Continue reading
Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing (aka N.B.T.) is sort of the mouse’s equivalent of American Idol, only without all the glamor, or the huge recording contract at the end. This weekend Disney World guest’s will have a chance to get … Continue reading
The Flower Power concert series always brings an element of nostalgic fun to the yearly Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. Not only do the original fans of the band get to relive fond memories, but new younger audiences are … Continue reading