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Yes, it’s finally here. The one week of Limited Time Magic we’ve all been waiting for; Disneyland and Disney World have finally unleashed the mighty vocal stylings of the Dapper Dans to re-invent the most mighty of harmonious sounds – … Continue reading
I wasn’t going to post this video because the Sound Quality is a bit poor. But with the path Limited Time Magic is taking, I think it’s time to share. The interview is with Scott Cassidy, Senior Vice President, Global … Continue reading
Over at Disneyland there are two on-going Limited Time Magic events. The Salute to the Golden Horseshoe Revue continues as does Bayou Bash. I’ve been reading reviews of the Horseshoe tribute and they’re almost uniformly positive with great things to … Continue reading
We’re learning more about the leadership shuffle at the domestic Disney parks. We already covered Disneyland President George Kalogridis moving to Walt Disney World. Effective Feb. 1, Meg Crofton will fully assume her global role as president, Walt Disney Parks … Continue reading