Dave has created one of the most spectacular tributes to Walt Disney World's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea attraction. It's all the more amazing given the fact that he only went on the ride once, when he was three. Alas this attraction is now gone with no hope of ever returning to Disney World (Disneyland's
USAToday has a story on how the story of the ragtag U.S. hockey players who beat the mighty Russians at the 1980 Winter Olympics has been inspiring todays Olympic Athletes to acheive great heights. The Disney Film "Miracle" which tells the Hockey Team's story, has been a popular showing at the athlete's dorm.
Rebekah, one half of the amazing duo that runs LaughingPlace.com, has posted two stories concerning her experiences with Hurricane Charley. First, a blow by blow account of what it's like to prepare for and then endure one's first hurricane. Second, a photo essay of WDW 2 days after Charley's wrath. The photo essay includes some
Orlando Rocks has become a great source for updates on all the top Orlando area attractions. They recently posted a photo essay on the next attraction to hit Disney World "Motors----- Action! Stunt Show" at Disney's MGM Studios. Looks like the show construction is nearly completion.
Daniel Gross of Slate Magazine gets in a little dig at Michael Eisner likening him to North Korea's dictator Kim Il Jong.
Word is out from Garden Grove that they intend to sell or lease a prime piece of real estate to a California Indian tribe with the goal of building a casino resort. Steve Wynn, Las Vegas uber-mogul, has been mentioned as a possible developer. Garden Grove borders Anaheim about 2 miles south of Disneyland on