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I’m very sad that Disney’s Aulani didn’t open up while I still lived on the west coast and a trip to Hawaii seemed a lot more achievable. Alas, I’ll just have to suffer with Walt Disney World a stone’s throw … Continue reading
Fans of Disney’s “Frozen” and aspiring singers nationwide can upload videos of themselves signing “Let it Go” for the chance to included in Kohl’s holiday commercial that will air during the 2014 American Music Awards. The Sing Your Heart Out … Continue reading
Walt Disney Studios is looking for your best (worst?) family photo to help promote their upcoming film, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Post your photo using #VeryBadDaySweeps on Twitter or Instagram to be entered for … Continue reading
Did you know the Fleur de Lis is the icon of New Orleans? When you follow Princess Tiana’s magic trip through the bayou, you could win a “Princess and the Frog”-inspired trip to the crescent city itself. The friendly folks … Continue reading