Reader Bill send in this report (with pictures) from his trip along the newly refurbished 'it's a small world' attraction at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. He was able to ride it on the first day it opened to the public.It's a Small World opened up today @ 3:00pm. We rode it around 10:30pm-ish. The
Drawn is a new(ish) collabrative blog devoted to artists, illustrators, cartooning, and providing inspiration for those involved in the field. It also reads like a who's who of up and coming talent and a roll call for some of the masters. Ward, of the must read ward-o-matic, posted a story about Al Eugster. Eugster was
One of Lillian Disney's legacies will be the wonderful gift she gave to Los Angeles in the form of the Walt Disney Concert Hall. If you're in the LA area you should try to schedule a visit for a tour and a show. As I understand it, seeing a show is the only way to
No, it's not the latest attraction dreamed up by Disney Imagineers. Businesses like this have been in existance for many years, most notably just off the strip in Las Vegas, NV. A company called Sky Venture has just opened an indoor skydiving experience in Orlando (and are rumored to be considering somewhere near Anaheim as
Moriarty, from Ain't it cool News, paints a lovely picture of the Pixar campus with his report from a recent tour. You'll need to scroll down a bit to get to the tour... then keep on scrolling down to read his review of the new The Incredibles DVD. Looks like a winner.
It is not the same land as I remember from long ago, no; “you can’t go home again", as they say. But it is once again turning into a land of hope, exuding a spirit of optimism; not the same as it once was, but different.Mellie over at the excellent Golly Blog Howdy has a