Ryan P. Wilson
Okay, so just a month ago, I said that I was cutting back my workload and the number of articles a week on the Main Street Gazette. While the focus of the content is still remaining, and the readers out there seem to be enjoying the quality of the content we are bringing to the Gazette, I can’t help but feel that you have all been left out in the cold for weekend reading. With that in mind, it is with great pleasure that I introduce you to Disney This Week. Disney This Week will be a regular column every Sunday morning that recaps a few of the articles from the Disney blogosphere that have caught my eye in the previous week. I hope you will enjoy what others have to say on the subject of the wide world of Disney.
Many bloggers and Disney enthusiasts who share our memories through photographs and videos are often concerned about our
Last Friday, members of D23 and lifelong fans of
If there is one thing that throws be back to my childhood spent at Walt Disney World, it is the sound of a distant train whistle. Princess Fee, of DF’82, must know this. Why else would she torture me with glimpses into the
Restaurantosaurus is, perhaps, the most richly detailed restaurant in all of Walt Disney World. Articles on the subject matter covered here could range from automotive, to music, and even to dorm life while never actually addressing dinosaurs. George Taylor, the original geek of Imaginerding, offers us some terrific insight into the
I have always been a collector and constructor of Legos. And now, with a new Legoland coming to Central Florida, I have even more reasons to move back to the place where I was born. Over at Progress City, U.S.A., Michael Crawford has an excellent dissection of the
AJ, of the Disney Food Blog, finds a way to make me hungry no matter when I check in on her site. This week, however, she made me want to go back in time to
Also, in the makes me hungry (as well as thirsty and prone to guffaws) when I read their writing department is Andy Jackson of Eating (and Drinking) around the World. This past week he reminds us that there are
While the commentary is a little over a week old, I felt this piece deserved a place in this week’s look back, as it was one of the reasons I was driven to start this segment. Greg Grimsley, otherwise known as Doc of The Disney Obsession, put together 59 words and a single picture and completely
There were also some great guest blogs circulating this week, here is one that really caught my eye and held my attention.