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Sunday, October 22, 2017

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Star Wars expansion continues to take shape as Disneyland prepares for summer

Disneyland's spring season is quickly coming to an end as the big Memorial Day Weekend looms closer, set to officially kick off the summer travel season next weekend. Disneyland won't host a 24-hour...

Mousetalgia Podcast 396: Listener questions, Disneyland tips

It's back to the Mousetalgia Mailbag! This week's questions include: Touring the Disneyland Resort with youngsters - how young is too young? Watching YouTube videos of Disney attractions - how much do they spoil...

Yesterland: Skyway to Tomorrowland

Walk up the stairs to a traditional chalet in the Alps of Fantasyland. After waiting in line and handing over a “D” coupon, a Cast Member opens the door of a round metal bucket...

Fastpass+ continues to move in as the Skyway Chalet gets ready for demolition at...

Disneyland's long-abandoned Skyway Chalet in Fantasyland will soon be moving to Yesterland. Disney has officially filed the necessary permit for its demolition, thus removing the structure which has sat unused for over two...

Mousetalgia Episode 395: Van Eaton “Collecting Disney” auction; Tinker Bell Half Marathon

Dave and Becky report on their recent experience at the Disneyland Tinker Bell Half Marathon and discuss the state of runDisney, the Tink race experience and routes, the switch to PhotoPass for Disney's half...

DoomBuggies Spook Show 16: Imagineer Patrick Romandy-Simmons, Ghost Post subscriptions

In this special Friday the 13th episode, Jeff welcomes Imagineer Patrick Romandy-Simmons to the show to talk about the anniversary of the reappearance of the Hat Box Ghost in Disneyland's Haunted Mansion. Patrick sculpted...

Yesterland: Golden Gate Bridge at DCA

Perhaps the most famous and iconic bridge in the world is the Golden Gate Bridge. But you don’t have to go to San Francisco to see it. At Yester California Adventure, the Golden Gate...

Disneyland suffers from budget cuts this spring as Jungle Cruise reopens with new safety...

Disneyland's classic Jungle Cruise reopened with new safety enhancements that make the experience safety for guests and Cast Members alike. The changes improve the loading and unloading procedures at the attraction but most...

Mousetalgia Podcast 394: A career as an Imagineer; Disneyland with toddlers

A team of Imagineers recently spoke about the ins and outs of starting a career as an Imagineer, and Jeff reports on the panel discussion. Hosted at the Walt Disney Family Museum, Imagineers Marty...

Yesterland: Autopia, presented by Chevron

Yesterland now has the first 21st century version of Autopia—the one that opened at Disneyland on June 29, 2000. This Autopia is better than ever, thanks to Chevron, the California-based energy company known for...

Fab News: Revenge of the Fifth

If you didn't stick to the nice, safe blue milk when celebrating May the Fourth yesterday, then today you'll probably be feeling Revenge of the Fifth. And remember, Mexican Independence Day is in SEPTEMBER. MiceAge Makes...

MiceAge Disneyland Update – Guardians of the Tower

Disneyland Resort continues to lurch through a weird and unusual spring as Burbank mandates sweeping budget cuts while record crowds continue to pack both parks. In this update we’ll fill you in on why...

Fastpass+ moves in at Disneyland as Autopia reopens with Honda

The first signs of Disneyland's version of the MyMagic+ and Fastpass+ programs from Walt Disney World have started to appear in the park. Testing and an eventual rollout of the new features are rumored...

Mousetalgia Podcast 393: Disneyland lodging options

'Tis the season to book your summer trips, so Team Mousetalgia takes our annual look at Disneyland Resort hotels and a variety of area lodging options, and we offer tips and advice to make...

Disneyland Autopia Returns After A Tune-Up

One of Disneyland's original attractions, Autopia, re-opened Friday after a four month refurbishment that changed the color scheme, polished up the cars and welcomed Honda as the new sponsor. Although an original offering, Autopia has...

Disney Parks Strategy: Rope Drop or Snooze Button?

You’ve made it! You’re finally on vacation! That cushy resort bed feels fabulous in the morning, but the park beckons. So, jump out of bed and hit the ground running, or hit snooze and...

Yesterland: Submarine Voyage

You’ve just climbed down the spiral ladder and taken a seat in front of your own personal porthole. A stream of cool air blows from beneath the porthole to keep you from feeling queasy. Read...

Fab News: Tokyo Wows Again

Hi all! A little this and that from around the globe, but let's start close to home with someone we love. An Evening With Floyd Our own Dusty Sage is helping produce a very special event...

Disneyland Update – In a Galaxy Behind Frontierland

Howdy MiceChatters, happy Monday! There's all sorts of interesting things going on at the Disneyland Resort right now. Star Wars construction is moving at a much faster pace than previous construction projects we've covered...

Mousetalgia Podcast 392: “Jungle Book” composer John Debney; Food & Wine

Mousetalgia welcomes Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning composer John Debney to the show today to talk about his score for Jon Favreau's "The Jungle Book," as well as his incredible career and history with...