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Tag Archives: pleasure island
You may not have noticed, but last night was the final call for the Adventurers Club, not to mention all the remaining clubs of Pleasure Island. I don’t have much to say on the matter other than I understand Disney’s … Continue reading
Originally uploaded by indigoskye Last month I took a walking tour of Downtown Disney with the goal of capturing Pleasure Island before more of it vanishes beneath Mickey’s bulldozer. Check out the full photoset.
The UCF Student paper reports on the closing of all the clubs at Pleasure Island and the effect that will have on the larger percentage of the student body that works at Disney. “My friends, co-workers and my boyfriend, who … Continue reading
I was interviewed by Mike Pesca of NPR’s Bryant Park Project this morning regarding the closure of Pleasure Island’s night clubs including The Adventurer’s Club as well as a few related topics. They’ve now put the segment up on their … Continue reading
As we’ve covered before Disney has announced a change in plans for Pleasure Island. Goodbye to night clubs, hello to retail and dining. In the 19 years since Pleasure Island opened, a lot has changed in the habits of tourists … Continue reading