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Mousetalgia 275: Tinker Bell Half Marathon trip report

Mousetalgia talks RunDisney this week. Dave did the inaugural Tinker Bell 10K, and Becky wonders about some sweeping issues. Becky ran the half marathon, earning her own PR and discusses the course, the trials,...

Is Disney PhotoPass Worth the Money?

If you've been to a Disney Park recently, you've no doubt seen happy cast members posted at various locations throughout the park with large cameras in hand.  These are your friendly PhotoPass photographers, and they’ll gladly snap a...

Rainy days wash out crowds as Captain America arrives at Disneyland

Some much-needed rain hit Southern California over the weekend, washing the recent crowds out of the parks. The rain storms resulted in some standard attraction closures in both parks, the cancellation of parades,...

Disneyland Star Wars News: Birthday, Celebration and Summer

This week’s Disneyland Star Wars update brings some celebrations, a peek at some new characters, a visit to the Season of the Force and a look at what’s happening in Star Wars Land. Let’s...

Disneyland: The Sounds Of Change

I have a few odd interests.  One of my main ones is Disneyland.  One aspect of that is Disneyland sounds.  I have a few sounds and soundtracks stored on my phone, and I play...

Yesterland: Superstar Limo Exterior

Before you ride Superstar Limo, take a look at the façade. It’s a cartoonish collection of Los Angeles landmarks.   Read the YESTERLAND article HERE: Superstar Limo Exterior   When you are done reading, please leave your comments...

Halloween at Disneyland Paris

Happy Halloween time from Disneyland Paris, where we have a great pictorial update of all the new Halloween decorations! The cool breeze of Autumn has swept through the Disneyland Resort Paris bringing the winds of...

OH NO HE DIDN’T – Drunk and Dirty

While researching ONHD, I came upon the mother lode of all Walt conspiracy theory pages.  (Warning: kind of horrifying content. Parental guidance suggested)  The site claims that Walt was part of the Illuminati and a child pornographer,...

Ears & Bubbles: The Story of Mouseketeer Bobby Burgess

Can you believe that the Mickey Mouse Club will be 60 years old next year? Scarlett Stahl has a great interview with Mouseketeer Bobby Burgess plus news (rumor) of a special honor for the...

See Mary Poppins July 23rd With Your MicePals

Musical Theatre West (MTW) is partnering with the Dick Van Dyke Foundation to raise funds to support the next generation of performing artists.  Purchase supercalifragilisticexpialidocious tickets to MTW's July 23, 6pm performance of "Mary Poppins" and receive a...

Understanding Digital Domain and Digital Domes in Theme Parks

In a previous piece, I wrote about how visual effects company Rhythm & Hues, whose work includes “It’s Tough to Be a Bug” at DCA and Animal Kingdom, filed for bankruptcy a week before...

Window to the Magic: Pirate Railroad Adventures

WTTM #410: Pirate Railroad Adventures On this show, Paul makes a solo visit to Disneyland on Saturday night and enjoys a few attractions. Featured are Pirates of the Caribbean & the Disneyland Railroad. ...Enjoy! Direct Link | iTunes...

Season Pass Podcast: The Making of Carthay Circle and Harry Potter Tour

Walt Disney Imagineering and Harry Potter!  What more could you ask for? The TSPP team discusses Carthay Circle Restaurant with Ray Spencer (Creative Director at Walt Disney Imagineering).  Also a conversation with Sarah Roots...

Mousetalgia Podcast 411: Listener questions and tips

Team Mousetalgia answers your questions and shares your tips this week, with topics including: Paying forward unused FastPasses; "Disneymoon" tips; tipping at Disneyland Resort; enjoying Halloween Time at the resort and weighing the pros...

Mousetalgia 278: Make Mine Music

Team Mousetalgia reports on "Disney Goes to the Opera" at the Walt Disney Family Museum, and takes an in depth look at "Make Mine Music," Walt Disney's post-war animated anthology. As part of a...

Oceaneering: Creating the Ride Systems that Changed Theme Parks

In 2013, SeaWorld Orlando's Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin introduced a ride system that has changed everything we know about motion based entertainment.  The Revolution Ride System finally showed the world that there are...

Mousetalgia Podcast 303: Touring the Disney Studio and Disney Music Group

It's Rewards Points Week at Mousetalgia, as Kristen cashes in 15,000 Disney Movie Rewards points to earn a private tour of the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank! Listen to all the details as Kristen...

Disneyland Update: WDI Layoffs, PhotoPass Secret Hack and More

Happy Monday from sunny Southern California - though for a lot of folks in Glendale, the skies might be looking pretty gray. The layoffs that follow any Disney Theme Park opening seem to have...

Yesterland: Flowers & Food

Werner Weiss reports from the opening day of the 2016 Epcot Flower & Garden Festival. With all the food and beverage kiosks around World Showcase Lagoon, it has become like a “Spring Edition of...

Luigi’s Flying Tires prepares to fly away as Disneyland continues to get ready for...

It may not be even three years old, but one of Cars Land's three attractions will fly away forever next week to make way for a new attraction. Luigi's Flying Tires at Disney California...