16 January 2011

Disney This Week - 16 January 2011

Floyd Norman shares a great narrative on sketching Walt Disney and the history of picking on the boss at Mr. Fun.

Michael Crawford showcases a terrific piece of art for a Polynesian Resort that never was at Progress City U.S.A.

Disney Every Day insider, Amanda Tinney, offers a great alternative to Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Kidani Village.

With the patience of a Jedi, Matt Hochberg gives readers the breakdown on when to expect a Star Wars Weekend announcement and what events will be on tap this spring at Studios Central.

On Imagineering Disney, Fritz shares a miniature recreation of the jail scene from Pirates of the Caribbean.

George Taylor showcases the new additions to his library at Imaginerding, and added to my library needs in the process. Thanks a lot, George!

SamLand’s Disney Adventures continues to tell the tale of Disney’s America through the pen of Sam Gennawey.

Melissa Loflin does an incredible job breaking down her experience with Picnic in the Park at Disney’s Animal Kingdom for Makin’ Memories.

DisneyShawn and Shawn Slater examine the history of the submarine fleet found at Disneyland.

George Savvas continues his great look at Disneyland past with a pair of images featuring Guy Williams, aka Zorro, in the park on the Disney Parks Blog.

AJ takes her foodie followers off the beaten path for a meal at The Fountain on The Disney Food Blog.

Disney at Work scribe, J. Jeff Kober, gives readers insight into the maddening times known as Pixie Dust Panic.

The Sacred Tree of the Aracuan Bird shares some wonderful cookie jars that proves what pirates have between their ears.

Jim Fanning dishes on Walt Disney and his infamous mustache at Tulgey Wood.

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