Last week came and went and World of Color continued testing, but didn't make the jump to public soft openings. Disney's official word is that no soft openings will happen, but with a show this big and with expectations so high, it's hard to imagine public test runs not happening. In any case, the Dateline Disneyland team is keeping an eye on the show as signage around California Adventure's Blue Sky Cellar touts the "Countdown to World of Color." Meanwhile, other big projects around the park
Updated 05-17-2010 at 08:29 AM by Dateline Disneyland
This week I have been thinking a lot about the pending opening of the World Of Color show at Disney's California Adventure. We are literally on the eve of a renaissance of Anaheim's second gate. This much maligned relic of Michael Eisner's "Disney Decade" is about to be transformed into the park that it should have been all along. It boggles the mind that it is going to
Updated 05-15-2010 at 09:09 AM by Weekend Update
Anticipation is running high for World of Color (which may or may not start public soft openings any day now), will it live up to the hype? One thing is for sure, DCA is finally on the verge of a whole new era, and we'll be right here to capture every little detail for you. Stay tuned to MiceChat and our Twitter feed for breaking news. Dancing waters
Updated 05-14-2010 at 08:31 PM by Monorail Man
Something I haven't done in awhile is write down some short term goals for myself. Lately, my life has been full of boring (literally) since I haven't been in a school, and I haven't had a job I thought it was time for me to get some goals moving.
1. Get A's in both of my photo classes.
2. Learn how to make pizza from scratch (haha, don't ask, but I've always wanted to do this!)
3. Take a drive from Laguna Beach down to San Diego using PCH and stay in SD for a weekend (This
I don't know why I have an uneasy feeling about the plumber beginning his work tomorrow in my attic. Because of the building code, the attic bathroom will not be directly above the other two bathrooms in my building. I'm not quite sure how all those plumbing pipes are going to be connected. Then there's the matter of water being pumped up that high, and well, I have a million questions.
Contractors seem to hire a lot of subcontractors who don't speak very good English, and I couldn't
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