Everyday I drive to work through the 12 mile long tourist trap that we know as Highway 192 (aka, Irlo…
Hong Kong Disneyland (new website!) is nearing completion. Training for employees is well underway (500 have already worked at Walt Disney World and will pass that experience along), most of the tiny details that make Disney theme parks so special have been installed, and I must say the park looks great. LaughingPlace.com's "Tales from the
I meant to post about this the other day, but it just slid off my radar. SeaWorld has been given permission by the county to go ahead with construction on its, as yet un-named, Water Park. Nearby residents were upset at the plans to build on a piece of property a relatively short distance away.
With the success of ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition has come the recent copycat program on NBC Renovation Intervention (like renovating is a drug habit or something) Unfortunately, the show concept is what needed renovation and I don't think I'll be watching any more episodes of this NBC show. USA Today has an article on
The Osceola County Tourist Development Council wants you to know that the area just south and east of Walt Disney World is ready to receive your tourist dollars. As such, they're launching an advertising campaign to draw tourists away from the higher end resorts of the Disney World and International Drive areas to their more
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
How is it possible that the same people who created EPCOT Center, Splash Mountain, Indiana Jones Adventure and Tokyo Disney Seas, also created Disney's California Adventure, Walt Disney Studios Paris, DinoRama, and Journey into YOUR Imagination? The answer is simple...they didn't. At SaveDisney.com Pen name writer Tom Morrow starts a new series of columns on
Rumors continue to float regarding Pixar's choice for a distribution partner for its films after 'Cars' when its current contract runs out with Disney. Variety's latest story indicates that Pixar is in a much better position than many had previously thought. With the ability to self finance their next films in development, Pixar begins to