Cause Downtown Disney is opening up Club LibbyLu. Club Libby Lu's mission is to create a spontaneous environment that encourages girls to express their imagination and individuality. 'Tween girls (ages 6-12) enjoy hanging out with their friends, playing games, learning new dance steps, or having their birthday parties with the guidance of club counselors. This
...but Hurricane Jeanne is on a path that potentially puts it on the path to pass over Disney World. She's like the old aunt that just won't go away. (Nat'l Hurricane Center projected path in gif)
Board thumbs nose at Roy E Disney and SaveDisney.com and says all looks sunny from where we're sitting. At this point I have to wonder if anyone on the Disney Board of Directors even cares what SaveDisney has to say. This whole affair is beginning to remind me of the Presidential Election. Both sides are
Tom McAlpin, the No. 2 executive at Celebration-based Disney Cruise Line, has been promoted to president of the Walt Disney Co venture. McAlpin reports directly to Al Weiss, president of the Walt Disney World Resort. (OBJ) The Disney Cruise line has been one of the real successes for the company. No body can deliver the
The Vero Beach Disney Vacation club announce it's open for business (mostly) after repairing damage from Hurricane Frances. "On Monday, September 20, 2004, Disney's Vero Beach Resort will reopen after a brief closure due to the impact of Hurricane Frances, which made landfall near Vero Beach, Florida, earlier this month. While limited repair work continues
It's the Chair of the Board who has to go even sooner than Eisner. You see 72 is the mandatory retirement age for the Walt Disney Company. Roy E Disney succumbed to it, and George Mitchell will too.
It be talk like a pirate day, it be. So in honor of this occasion I bring to you this treasure: BoingBoing.net points us to a wonderful tribute to Disneyland's Pirate fortune teller Fortune Red. Fortune Red can still be found at Disneyland, but both parks use to have larger groups of classic arcade machines.
On the way to the orchid show, we quickly saw the work of Charley, which had smashed its fist through an atrium of one hotel and peeled the stucco off another like an orange. Yet on the Disney grounds, the cleanup had been quick and efficient. Nary a shrub was out of place at Epcot