Mermaids are the new vampires. At least that’s what Disney’s cable channel Freeform is hoping with their new TV series “Siren.” The show had a panel at this week’s New York City Comic-Con where they debuted a first-look clip of the new series. To the… Read More »New mermaid series “Siren” to premiere on International Mermaid Day
We last saw Alex Boye doing a fantastic tribal mashup of “Let it Go” from Disney’s Frozen. Today he’s back with an Africanized interpretation of “Under the Sea” from Disney’s The Little Mermaid. He’s also invited Captain Jack Sparrow in for a cameo just for… Read More »Videopolis: Alex Boye puts his Africanized spin on “Under the Sea”
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If you’re looking for a fun alternative to Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique in the Magic Kingdom, check out The Pirate’s League, a lessor-known makeover that’s just as fun and costs about half as much. Prices run from $30 to $80; higher prices include a costume, but that’s optional. Girls can be pirates of any variety they choose, or they can be a dramatic pirate Empress, with elaborate make up and stick-on “jewels” on their faces. You can also get a mermaid makeover, which is very elaborate and includes scales and a pretty hairdo!
The Pirate’s League is located right next to Pirates of the Caribbean and it’s open every day of the year from 9:00 am to around 5:00 pm. You’ll want to make reservations well in advance to get a convenient time that works around your dining and fastpasses. It’s decorated exactly like you would expect–if pirates had a salon they regularly visited for makeovers.
There are lots of pirate “artifacts’ and of course, treasures, decorating the place, as well as a few secrets you’ll have to find out about later (we had to promise, pirate’s honor, that we wouldn’t tell).Read More »Pirates League – A Great Experience for Girls, Too.
The news leaked months ago that Ariel was coming to Once Upon a Time this season, and I don’t think it’s a spoiler to say her first appearance will be in this week’s episode. After all, the episode title is just her name. I’m excited… Read More »Once Upon a Time Preview: 3-6 Ariel
Matt, who also writes an excellent blog cataloging Vintage Alice in Wonderland merchandise, has a new post that details the life of a Disneyland Mermaid for the summer of 1966. After surviving an audition where Edie, our erstwhile Mermaid, had to fake her knowledge of… Read More »The life of a Disneyland Mermaid