25 April 2010

Disney This Week - 25 April 2010

Osh Popham is the proprietor of Main Street U.S.A.’s Emporium. Over at Disney at Work, J. Jeff Kober explains Osh’s place in Disney canon, as well as his place in modern business.

Staying on Main Street U.S.A., Shawn Slater is beginning a new series that will be exploring Main Street U.S.A. at DisneyShawn. He starts out recounted previous tales from the turn of the last century street.

As part of Earth Day, Suzannah DiMarzio, of ZannaLand, recounts her memories of the Opening Day of Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

One of the few experiences that I am dying to try, but have yet to have an opportunity to explore is Dine With an Imagineer. According to AJ and The Disney Food Blog, the meal with food for thought has just expanded to Flying Fish.

Over at Studios Central, Matt Hochberg shows us why dark rides aren’t dead and other lessons that can be gleaned from Toy Story Midway Mania.

The Disney Parks Blog has recently been showcasing the wide variety of art forms displayed around Walt Disney World. This week, Thomas Smith, highlighted the world’s fastest artist, Rock Demarco, who created a piece in mere minutes at the D-Street opening.

Amanda Tinney alerted readers of Disney Every Day to an auction of William Weaver’s work, including Snow White, Jiminy Cricket, Donald Duck, and other well recognized Disney characters.

1 comment:

Matt said...

Thanks for the link love!