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Something magical happens when you combine NASA and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). First of all, you can solve most of your basic word puzzles on Wheel of Fortune, but you also get an educational and entertaining mix of … Continue reading
The White House and First Lady Michelle Obama recently hosted military families for a private screening of a special Veterans Day episode of Disney’s “Doc McStuffins.” The special episode which continues Disney’s legacy of support for military families through a … Continue reading
The three-year-old cable network Disney Junior doesn’t actually attract a lot of viewers, but it does generate a lot of money from toy sales. “Sales of products based on the network’s shows have more than tripled in two years, to … Continue reading
Broadway and television stars Megan Hilty, Christian Borle, and Tom Cavanagh lead the voice cast of the animated “Lucky Duck,” the first Disney Junior Original Movie. The story introduces an unflappable rubber ducky with a broken squeaker named Lucky (voiced … Continue reading