17 April 2011

Disney This Week - 17 April 2011

One of the best ideas I’ve seen in years! AJ Wolfe offers up her reasoning as to why Walt Disney World needs an Automat on The Disney Food Blog.

As part of the celebration of National Library Week on Imaginerding, George Taylor uncovers a tale of Walt Disney’s support of National Library Week in 1959.

Progress City, U.S.A. is home to some of the most obscure EPCOT Center details, and the current installment from Michael Crawford, Mr. Intelligence and IB4E, is no exception.

Jessica Clawson unveils a new segment for Walt’s Writers: From Walt’s Shelf. In the inaugural article she tours through Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

Zannaland scribe, Suzannah DiMarzio, is hoping that the Easter Bunny stops by the Main Street Confectionary before heading to her house. I can’t say as I blame her.

Over at Studios Central, Matt Hochberg makes a compelling argument for touring Disney’s Hollywood Studios over the course of two days.

Melissa Loflin presents a the touching story of why ‘Ohana means so much to her on Makin’ Memories.

I’ve seen some amazing wedding cakes in my day, including my own, but Amanda Tinney and Disney Every Day offers a showcase of cakes from Disney’s Fairy Tale Wedding and Honeymoon Bridal Showcase that will knock your socks off!

Jeff Heimbuch does an amazing job uncovering the fourth caballero that never made it to the screen for Disney Dispatch.

DisneyShawn features a story about the history of Asia and the Red Temple by Shawn Slater.

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