Zap2it reports that ABC's popular show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition has been renewed. No word on if they'll keep the Monday night edition "How'd They Do That" or just do more two hour versions of the Sunday night show. I know I'd love to see more family updates and more details of each room and
Disney themeparks around the world are now flooded with signage and merchandise (see the LaughingPlace Store for the best selection) to honor Disneyland's 50th anniversary. But the one collectible publication everyone will need this year isn't even produced by the Walt Disney Company. Nope. It's issue two of the new magazine Tales from the Laughing
I'm a big fan of ABC's 'reality show' Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. This week they finished a project in Kansas City and the local newspaper has been keeping track of the shows progress. Sounds like another tearjerker of a show. Perfect. Ty's website. Ty Fan Site.
Just added a few trip reports to the list on the right. Three Kid Circus, a good parenting blog, is a hillarious recounting of one family's Disneyland vacation. Start at this point and read the next three posts for all the juicy deets. Brandon, from my old stomping grounds of Portland Oregon, sent me a
Remember that little trial where all the dirt between Eisner and Ovitz was revealed. Well, it's not over yet. Ovitz has just filed a brief asking again to be excused from the trial. "Unable to prove that Ovitz left Disney voluntarily, or that he wanted to leave at all, the plaintiffs again resort to character
Gone are the old visuals and conscientiously French theme based on Jules Verne's novel "From the Earth to the Moon." Instead, the ride tours the solar system before hurtling out through asteroid showers to skim past supernovas and other astronomical phenomena, portrayed with high-definition video and a host of other new effects.Paris Disneyland unveiled its