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Tag Archives: disney news
Most of the travel attention will be on the return of Captain EO to Disneyland today. But there are a few other travel related items to take note of: ESPN The Weekend returns to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this weekend and … Continue reading
It’s Monday morning and I’m sitting here sipping a cup of joe seeing what Disney news we may have missed over the weekend. Redbook magazine profiles a family trip to Walt Disney World and highlights some very worthy planning websites … Continue reading
More Disney News you can use… No vampire owners for Disney’s Miramax. Summit Entertainment pulls out of the bidding. Disney’s Imagineers will be helping Orlando get its iconic Lake Eola fountain working again. It was laid low by a lightning … Continue reading
Catching up with what you may have missed yesterday The LA Times questions Bob Iger’s focus on the franchise strategy. I think they may have something there. Progress City, USA returns to the story behind “project future”, what would eventually … Continue reading