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While the Magic Kingdom is the first park to get decorations for Christmas (the first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party comes early in November now), it’s always the last park to finish decorating. That’s because the giant Christmas tree can … Continue reading
We have a really big update from Downtown Disney for you today. There’s a whole raft of updates to report as the popular shopping, dining, and entertainment district prepares to become Disney Springs. In a previous update we explored the … Continue reading
Maker Studio makes online content aimed mostly at millennials and it was purchased this spring by The Walt Disney Company in an attempt by Disney to reach just that audience. Today we’re hearing about the first real harvest of that … Continue reading
The Astro Orbitor at the Magic Kingdom recently came out of an extensive refurbishment. They took everything off the top of the platform and did maintenance for two months. It’s all back together now and looking better than ever. As … Continue reading