10 March 2013

Disney This Week - 10 March 2013

This WeekOn the Main Street Gazette

We explore how the face of celebrations at Walt Disney World have gone through a couple of transitions over the past decade.

Remember when the Magic Kingdom and EPCOT Center gave away a prize every fifteen seconds?

River Roost Lounge has one of the best acts on property, and their Prime Rib Sliders are just as impressive!

The World News Roundtable weighed in on new park maps, Vera Bradley teaming up with Disney, a Toy Story Mobile App, the end of College Program on-campus presentations, Marvel in Hong Kong, and food coming to the Flower and Garden Festival.

The Sights and Sounds sign in Disney's Hollywood Studios reminds us of a time when you could make your own music video in the park.

Silent Saturday took us to Disney's Hollywood Studios for a sunset at Sunset Ranch Market.

This WeekAround the Disney Blogosphere

FoxxFur dives into the mystery of the Plaza Swan Boats at Passport to Dreams Old and New.

The full line of Flower and Garden food offerings are covered by AJ Wolfe for The Disney Food Blog.

Estelle Hallick shares some memories from a Goofy Animal Kingdom breakfast at This Happy Place Blog.

Also in the mood for food at Disney’s Animal Kingdom is Eating WDW and Sarah Holodick, who opts for the Roasted Chicken Salad Sandwich at Tamu Tamu.

Food seems to be the topic du jour this week, and Melissa Knight Coulter keeps it going at Disney on Wheels with the macaroon from Boulangerie Patisserie les Halles.

Adam and Andrew look at the posters of Harambe for the Disney Hipster Blog.

On International Women’s Day, Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley talked on Mouse on the Mind about the woman who started it all, Lillian Disney.

Kevin Carpenter stops by Zannaland to share his trip to Walt Disney’s childhood home of Marceline.

The joys of Shrunken Ned are explored by Richard Tobin of Mouse Troop, who is apparently afflicted with a rare jungle disease!

Sam Gennawey examines the origins of Retlaw at SamLand’s Disney Adventures.

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