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The Disney History Institute is out with their first documentary and it will make Disneyland Railroad fans weep. The first part of the video reveals 1955 Disneyland in gorgeous full color and includes a trip around the park on the … Continue reading
I’ve attended a number of fan organized celebrations and conventions in the past. However, none had access to the parks like WDWCelebrations has been able to get. That’s due in part to the nature of their events they work with … Continue reading
I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. Don’t forget to file your taxes today, if you haven’t already. With that public service announcement out of the way, here are a few stories you might have missed: The Orlando Sentinel’s business … Continue reading
This crossed by desk today and I was intrigued. I’ve covered a few of those fan organized ‘theme days’ at the parks before and everyone looked like they were having a ton of fun. Alas, I didn’t quite fit the … Continue reading