18 July 2010

Disney This Week - 18 July 2010

AJ tromps over to my neck of the woods and puts together a review of the Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue at The Disney Food Blog. Makes me a bit homesick…

L.A. Times scribe Brady MacDonald has a scene-by-scene guide to The Little Mermaid attraction coming to Disney California Adventure. Survey says the same breakdown should suffice for the Magic Kingdom’s version as well.

Featured at Disney at Work, J. Jeff Kober has a very insightful look into what makes guest proud to be fans of Walt Disney World.

Jackie Ogden shares with us a few new arrivals to the warthog and scimitar-horned oryx families at Disney's Animal Kingdom on the Disney Parks Blog.

This week at Imaginerding, one of my favorite oft-tread upon but seldom investigated areas of Walt Disney World, the Walk Around the World, was covered by George Taylor.

History and horticulture intersect on Sunset Boulevard, as explained by Matt Hochberg at Studios Central when he tell us why the Victory Garden is there.

The Imagineer I’d most like to interview, but probably couldn’t get one question out of my mouth for, is George McGinnis. This week he shares a great piece from the relaunch of Disneyland’s Space Mountain with Michael Crawford and Progress City U.S.A.

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