The headline for this story caught my eye: Disabled girl barred from theme park rides I remembered one woman, an annual passholder at Disneyland, who drove her motorized wheelchair recklessly, was repeatedly warned about it, then was banned for a period of time. So I thought it might be something like that. Turns out this
It is difficult to speculate exactly what happened yesterday to cause the sad death of a young boy at Walt Disney World. Eventually the autopsy will reveal whether the attraction had anything to do with the death. It may not have. I do not mean to accuse the family or Disney Management of misdeeds, but
Cory at BoingBoing links to another story of a ‘rogue’ tour guide, this time author and Disneyland historian Dave Koenig, being asked not to give tours on Disney property. Does Disneyland really need all this bad publicity? Who is making the decisions up there, Goofy? I agree that Disney has the right to control tour
Webby Nominations are out. Disney related nominees include The Muppets website has been nominated for a Webby in the celebrity/fan section (???). Themepark Insider has been nominated in the Guides/Ratings/Reviews section. ESPN for Sports. Register now to vote in the People's Voice awards.
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
CBS Marketwatch has the contents of Michael's two-year notice letter. (And I thought I gave plenty of notice with my 1 month warning shots.) In his 20 years as CEO and sometimes Chair of the Walt Disney Company, Eisner helped guide the mouse house to record profits and through amazing downturns. The first 10 years
Ed's The Weather Blog has been doing yoeman's duty in tracking the progress of Hurricane Charley and its aftermath. He also points to a couple other Hurricane Bloggers where he graciously includes this humble blog.
With a library of films like The Walt Disney Company has the challenge has to be where you apply the resources first. It takes a lot of time and effort to clean up old prints of films, soundtracks, special footage, and add in interviews and background material where possible. But when they're done, Disney has