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I've been searching for a good charity that's helping Hurricane Katrina survivors and also accepts Paypal donations. Convoy of Hope is just such an organization. It's Four-Star rated by CharityNagivator and has a history of helping disaster survivors, including last year's Tsunami.  If you're heading to a theme park this month please consider packing lunch
Hong Kong Disneyland officially opens September 12th. But via the magic of the internet here's a quick pointer to some great merchandise from the park. LaughingPlace.com has managed to secure availability of some souveniers and pins that are exclusive to the new theme park. I'm thinking of getting this Stitch Mug myself. Update: I forgot
WDSU has already moved its Television Studio to Orlando, now FEMA is following suit setting up its base of operations there. This means getting an extended stay apartment or even a hotel room for your Disney World vacation is going to be a bit more difficult now. I also expect to see refugees moving into
Remembrances and and tributes to the late Joe Ranft, head of story at Pixar, keep rolling in. In light of the 10th Anniversary of Toy Story, the film that drew Joe to Pixar, I wanted to shed light on a few of those posts. Susan posts a few insights from the family's memorial for Joe,
As he talked about the amusement park business, he was forced to speak above the park's roar - screeching steel and coaster riders blending nearly indistinguishably. "We leave theming to Disney," he said. "It's very, very expensive. We can't justify it, being a seasonal operation. Our theming is the ride itself. You walk under the