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Congratulations to Disney Cruise Line. It’s been voted 4 of the top 10 cruise ships, garnering the top 3 spots in the Conde Nast Traveler readers poll. The Disney Magic earned spot number 1 on in the large ship category … Continue reading
After hearing about Disney’s new magazine FamilyFun Kids, I was actually a bit surprised that Disney had not yet put out a magazine that taps into the growing consumer demand for projects you can do at home yourself. Families I … Continue reading
Time magazine is out with the year end top ten lists. For movies they have ranked Walt Disney Animation Studios return to hand-drawn animation “The Princess and the Frog” as the best film of the year. That’s even ahead of … Continue reading
Paul F Anderson is back and blogging at the grandiose named “Disney History Institute” blog. Anderson was the editor and author of the fabulous “Persistence of Vision” magazine and audio tape series from back in the 1990s. He’s only been … Continue reading