Blast from the Past

One of the web’s best attributes is when it is acting as an archive of past activities. I’ve visited Mona’s WDWCP stories page many times over the years — usually when I’m about to plan a trip to Disney World and want to get in… Read More »Blast from the Past

A fool and his summer vacation

The Motley Fool, whose economic opinion I value highly, presents columnist Rick Aristotle Munarriz who has weighed in on some recent visits to Orange County’s two largest themeparks – Knott’s Berry Farm and the Disneyland Resort. The results are quite interesting. He also puts in… Read More »A fool and his summer vacation

Mickey Pretzels

For anyone who has tasted them, it’s hard to disagree with Jenn’s assessment that Mickey Mouse Pretzels from Disneyland are the absolute best. At only $2.69 (at last check) for a full size bag, it’s one of the best deals in the park too. Wish… Read More »Mickey Pretzels

Fahrenheit 9/11 Profits

According to the Hellblazer Weblog, upto 60% of the profits from the movie will go to a charity or charities. Guess who gets to decide which charities. Yep. Disney. The company that refused to distribute the film. Wonder who they’ll choose? Any suggestions should go… Read More »Fahrenheit 9/11 Profits

Pan Graphic Novel

I’m forever on the look out for amazing Disney quality artists on the net. Excelsior Studios, whose Logo Disney fans have got to love, has released the first part of their new online graphic novel (read comic)… Pan. It’s not your typical retelling of the… Read More »Pan Graphic Novel

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Disney

Page 42 – No, not the answer to your question, but instead a marvelous site that is reproducing many paper cutout projects from old German Disney Comics. With the growing return of the Papercraft hobby it wouldn’t suprise me to see Disney release new versions… Read More »The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Disney