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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 include but are not limited to the ghosts of vampires, mummies, witches, and so much more! The Ghost Host invites you in this short series...

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 and what became Fiesta Village, celebrating California’s Spanish heritage and early history. Read the YESTERLAND article HERE: Bringing Back the Missions at Knott’s Berry Farm   When you...

Fab News: The Amazing Anaheim Halloween Parade

I am writing this from the foot of a bed at the Cabana Bay Beach Resort in Orlando, and I still cannot believe that I am here. We are going to see Butterbeerland tomorrow, and do some serious Sipping and Nibbling with the MiceChatters at Epcot on Friday. But what about those of you left behind in sunny Southern California?...

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 Star Tours attraction will remain. However, the exterior will likely be rethemed to look less like a movie set and more like a fully realized...

Disney News Round Up: Christmas Starts an Early Halloween Creep

Welcome to this week’s Disney News Round-Up from your friends at MiceChat! This week we have news that the Holidays are already starting to creep into the Disneyland Resort, new window on main street has debut which is all about Toy Story.Want to enjoy Walt Disneyworld with fellow MiceChatters? The Invasion begins this week! Get the updated Mouseaddict Disneyland wait...

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 on. Let's jump right into it! Testing Magic Band Tech, Disneyland Style The Disneyland Resort could possibly become a Walt Disney World style resort in, say, another...

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 1/2 minutes. I've missed it all while turning my own home into a haunted house, but we put that to bed last year, and I've...

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

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 to install its popular holiday overlay. Meanwhile, on Main Street, the China Closet is now fully stocked with holiday merchandise. Meanwhile, Main Street...

Join Us This Weekend At Walt Disney World For The MiceChat Invasion

The annual MiceChat Invasion of Walt Disney World starts this week. We hope to see you there!!! Information on all of our meets and events is listed below.  We have a lot of magical fun have lined up for you this year. As always, feel free to join us for as much or as little of the following events as...

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 Cotter, the preeminent expert on the World's Fairs. The panelists discussed the influence of modern design on Disney's mid-century productions, including Disneyland and the 1964-65...

The Sweep Spot Ep 166 Custodian who started in 1962 at Disneyland

In this episode we are super excited to talk to our friend and former Co Worker. His name is Harry and he worked at Disneyland from 1962 to 2004. He saw so many changes to the park and management over his 42 years of service at Disneyland in the custodian department. This is probably just one part of many...

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 the Napa Rose. Despite my several trips past this enticing restaurant at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa, I had yet to grace it with...

Disneyland In The Parks – So Many Pumpkins

Some say that monsters walk the earth. One need only visit a theme park this time of year to see the proof. But, unless you are talking about the increasing crowds, Disneyland's monsters sure are cute. Today's Disneyland update was shot as Mickey's Halloween Party was getting ready to launch for the night and covers some of the interesting...

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. After all, we’ve seen Buena Vista Street and Cars Land. Read the YESTERLAND article HERE: Hollywood Land Needs Help   When you are done reading, please leave your...

Fab News – Gossip, Jungle Skipper Canteen and Disney News

Hello, Fab Nation! The air here in California reached a brisk 89 degrees today, heralding the entrance of fall and all of the wonderful things it brings, including the MiceChat Invasion of Walt Disney World in less than two weeks! Today's column has gossip, exclusives, tiki goodness and lots of news for you die hard Disney fans. SEA You at the...

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 thought-provoking acknowledgment of Walt’s accomplishments and values. My wife, Pam, and I were invited by Ron Miller and Diane Disney Miller to attend a special event...

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 Land. Let's see what we can find. That is going to wrap things up for this week's column. Do you like the changes you see at...

Fab News – Get Your Luau On!

Sorry I'm late, Fab Newsies. I got hit with several native curses Monday night after the Mahaloween Luau, namely my inhaler reacting really badly with my allergy meds and and accidental slug or three of leaded Featured Tropical Concoction making me groggy. So, I'm a day late, but I'm still here with the good for you! All photos by Noe...

Disney News Round Up: Project Tracker is Back and More

Welcome to this week’s Disney News Round-Up from your friends at MiceChat! We have some great news for you, the Disneyland Project Tracker has started up again on the MiceChat Forums. News and rumors from all the upcoming Disneyland Resort projects are being discussed in detail. Our very own fans of MiceChat also bring us great video, photos and...

RollerCoaster Tycoon World comes to PC on 12/10

Summer’s over, kids are back in school, and theme parks around the country are starting to shut their gates for the long cold winter. Sounds like it’s time to find out how to create our own Theme Parks in a new series on the latest Theme Park Simulation games here on MiceChat. Trains now departing from The Simulation Station! It’s...