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Congratulations to the athletes and organizers of what sounds like another successful running of the Disneyland Resort Half Marathon. More than 17,000 registered runners, including actor Sean Astin (The Goonies, Rudy, The Lord of the Rings), traveled down Route 66 … Continue reading
When World of Color’s fantastic water fountain infrastructure was added to Disney’s California Adventure there was speculation that they would do both a night and a day show. After wall, why install all that wonderful equipment and only use it … Continue reading
Disneyland has announced that the current Princess Fantasy Faire meet and greet, located in the Fantasyland theater location, will be closing August 12th. They also let it be known that the plan is to prep the theater to once again … Continue reading
The Welte Orchestrion has called the Main Street Penny Arcade home for decades. Originally it was modified to work with nickelodeon rolls and made into a coin operated machine. During the recent refurbishment of the Penny Arcade side of Main … Continue reading