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You’ve Got To Be Kidding: For the Want of a Letter

You've Got To Be Kidding is MiceChat's popular humor column. Pull up a chair and enjoy . . . Somewhere in the dark corridors and hallways of Disney is an individual whose job it is...

Quick Service at Disney California Adventure Park

Who doesn’t love photos of theme park food? Disneyland Resort always has great dishes to enjoy and take photos of. I'd like to share some of my favorite dishes, desserts and drinks from a...

Yesterland: Haunted Mansion Holiday, First Season

It’s 2001 in Yesterland. For the first time ever, the Haunted Mansion has been transformed. It’s not just decorated on the outside. It’s practically a new attraction on the inside.   Read the YESTERLAND article HERE:...

The Haunted Mansion Show: Infamous Souls of the World – Werewolves

The Haunted Mansion, as we know, is not only an old, dark house on a hill, but also a retirement home of many famous and infamous creepy creeps from all over the world. They...

Disney Cruise Line Releases Early 2017 Itineraries

Bookings are now open for Disney Cruise Line's early 2017 itineraries including returns to San Juan, Puerto Rico and Galveston, Texas and stops at Disney's pristine private island – Castaway Cay – in the...

The Haunted Mansion Show: Infamous Souls of the World – Vampires

The Haunted Mansion, as we know, is not only an old, dark house on a hill, but also a retirement home of many famous and infamous creepy creeps from all over the world. They...

Disneyland’s Halloween Time wraps up as the holidays move in

Disneyland's popular Halloween Time is quickly coming to a close and the Resort is wasting no time getting ready for the even more popular holiday season, which will kick off in mid-November. As...

Halloween Time at Disneyland Paris

Hello everyone, we have more photos from Halloween Time at the Disneyland Paris Resort. Main Street USA station continues to gradually be covered by scaffolding, but the main facade is still visible to welcome...

Fright Fest Stumbles at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

Fright Fest Stumbles at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom By Marc Ricketts Saturdays in October draw a crowd at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. By late afternoon when I arrived last weekend, cars were being diverted to...

The Haunted Mansion Show: Infamous Souls of the World – Mummies

The Haunted Mansion, as we know, is not only an old, dark house on a hill, but also a retirement home of many famous and infamous creepy creeps from all over the world. They...

Yesterland: Bringing Back the Missions at Knott’s Berry Farm

If you visited Knott’s Berry Farm between the 1950s and mid-1990s, you might remember that the park once had a collection of large models of the 21 California missions on display between Calico Square...

Dateline Disney World – Disney’s Hollywood Studios Update

Are you ready for your closeup? This week, we're looking at the park at Walt Disney World which has the biggest changes on the way, Disney's Hollywood Studios. Let's go!   It's likely that the existing...

Fab News: Disneyland’s Magic+ Testing, DreamTreats, and THE TRAILER

In the midst of packing for the MiceChat Walt Disney World Invasion and having a quick afternoon Kungaloosh with MiceChatter and swell fella David T. at Trader Sam's, I found some interesting stuff going...

Great America Gets It Right At Night

Great America Gets It Right at Night By Marc Ricketts Ah, Halloween. When theme parks filter or extinguish the lights, crank up the fog machines and (presumably) process a new injury claim about every 6...

First signs of the holidays arrive at Disneyland as a ‘Good Dinosaur’ comes to...

You might blink and miss it, but the first signs of the holidays have already popped up at Disneyland. Christmas lights are going up at "it's a small world," which is now closed...

Mousetalgia Podcast 365: Disney’s mid-century modern design; Disneyland trip planning

Mousetalgia reports on "Disney's Mid-Century Modern - to the World's Fair and Beyond," a panel discussion held at the Walt Disney Family Museum with Garner Holt's Bill Butler, historian Alan Hess, and historian Bill...

Disneyland’s Napa Rose Restaurant Succeeds to Please

As I have mentioned in my previous articles, I adore wine! So after spending a long, bustling day at the Disneyland Resort recently, my Disneyland companion suggested we unwind by dining and wining at...

Yesterland: Hollywood Land Needs Help

The land that is now Hollywood Land has changed over the years—but it still needs many large and small improvements to bring it up to the standards that Disney California Adventure guests now expect....

Doug Lipp – Remembering Kevin Corcoran

I met Kevin Corcoran during my first visit to The Walt Disney Family Museum. The museum, a gem of Disney heritage situated at the Presidio in San Francisco, California, is a whimsical and deeply...

Dateline Disney World – Animal Kingdom Construction

Let's head off the trail and see what's wild at Disney's Animal Kingdom. We are hoping to see some of the changes around the park as it transforms for the 2017 opening of Avatar...