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  1. Blastaway Beach opens at Wet n' Wild, Busch Gardens Summer Nights and more

    by , 06-04-2012 at 10:07 PM

    It's a deluge of fun this week as Wet N' Wild opens a brand new play area for Kids and adults. The Blast Away Beach is the park's newest addition and we were there for the opening. But that isn't all. We have a variety of activities happening in Central Florida this week that will be big on fun and easy on the budget. And there's one last hoopla in us as Star Wars weekends comes to a close at Disney
  2. Ghirardelli opens, Buena Vista details, Play Parade returns, Cove Bar changes +MORE!

    by , 06-04-2012 at 02:15 AM
    With less than two weeks until the grand reopening of Disney California Adventure, final details are being added throughout the park at a fever pitch as it reaches the end of its major five-year expansion and remodeling efforts. Projects such as Buena Vista Street continued to get a layer of small details added as the new 12-acre Cars Land area hosted a series of preview events for employees at Walt Disney Imagineering and the Walt Disney Studios. Meanwhile, the Pixar Play Parade returned in dress ...
  3. The EPCOT Center 25th Anniversary Gallery and Museum, Part One

    by , 06-03-2012 at 09:05 PM
    2007 saw the first major Walt Disney World anniversary based in the era when bloggers and podcasters ruled the planet!

    Since Disney discovered that creating 18-month long celebrations tended to drive in the guests at Walt Disney World, they embarked on a series of celebrations (Year of a Million Dreams, 100 Years of Magic, Remember the Magic, Where Magic Lives, etc.) that seemed to follow each other relentlessly. In 2007, a group of fans decided to create their own celebration for Epcot's ...
  4. The Dark Side Of Disney

    by , 06-02-2012 at 10:14 PM

    At seems like almost every week, I sit down to start reading a new book about Disney. Whether itís a biography, behind the scenes tell-all, or just a general history book, there is no shortage of books on the topic.

    But every so often, you come across a book that is a little bit different than the restÖa little bit off, if you will. Something that really ...
  5. John Carter, the Blu-ray Experience

    by , 06-01-2012 at 10:14 PM

    John Carter
    was one of the biggest box office black eyes that the Company has seen in a long time. Blame was pointed everywhere, from Marketing to famed animation director Andrew Stanton.

    But is this a movie you should avoid or one you should embrace now that it is available on Blu-ray?

    I have to admit ...

    Updated 06-03-2012 at 05:44 PM by The Disney Review