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Tag Archives: iasw
Please welcome guest author Ryan Walth Friday marked the official start of this years holiday festivities at the Disneyland Resort. I was lucky enough to be able to witness one of Disneyland’s most iconic attractions be lit up during a … Continue reading
The Associated Press has a small story and a 2 minute video (click on the little icon to the left of the story) that reveals many of the new character figures that have been added to Disneyland’s classic “it’s a … Continue reading
This commercial for Hong Kong Disneyland’s version of “it’s a small world” is Pop-tastic! I mean who hasn’t dreamed of shooting a rock video inside IASW. I hope it helps to bring guests into the park. The video is obviously … Continue reading
Disney Imagineer Kim Irvine was just on KCRW’s design and architecture show. She talked about changes coming to “it’s a small world” and the fan uproar surrounding said changes. You’ll probably be able to find an archive or transcript of … Continue reading