06 November 2011

Disney This Week - 6 November 2011

This week, George Taylor reviewed two books that were already on my pick-up list, but the reviews confirmed what I already knew. Head on over to Imaginerding to get his take on The Art of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios The Archive Series – Layout & Background.

Stephen at This Happy Place reveals the threads the weave between Disney and Jurassic Park.

If you’re heading to The Land anytime soon, it may leave a sour taste in your mouth. Of course, as we found out from Gary Buchanan at the Disney Parks Blog, that’s only because a single tree produced two record shattering lemons!

Eating WDW and Sarah Holodick sit down for some sushi at Kimonos.

LEGO Barker Bird, anyone? Kevin Kidney found an artist who put together two of my favorite pasttimes, LEGOs and Disney.

Princesses are a part of life in Walt Disney World these days, as are weddings, but Michael Crawford shows us a time when neither were commonplace for Progress City, U.S.A.

AJ Wolfe gets some potent refueling, or a signature beverage, from High Octane Refreshments for The Disney Food Blog.

Disney Daddy, aka Chuck Lionberger, gives us a glimpse into the American Heritage Gallery.

Fiona explains what is so special about the Michael D. Eisner Building at DF’82.

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