31 March 2013

Disney This Week - 31 March 2013

This WeekOn the Main Street Gazette

I weighed in on what I thought could be done to improve the garden of The American Adventure during the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival.

Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny stopped by ahead of today's Easter holiday to share their wardrobe choices from 1977!

There is very little food in Walt Disney World that excites me and entices me more than the Bread Service at Sanaa.

The World News Roundtable showed up prepared with their opinions on the handwiches, new Iron Man monorail wrap, Roger Rabbit back in the parks, passholder's RFID accessibility, and new Marathon Weekend races.

We explored the engaging activities of Canada's recently added Disney Vacation Club kiosk.

Silent Saturday uncovered a pirate fountain known as Fuente Cielo Azul.

This WeekAround the Disney Blogosphere

Heather Sievers tells the tale of her dinner inside Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion at The Disney Food Blog.

A primer for what is to come, FoxxFur has a given readers of Passport to Dream Old & New a brief introduction to early Walt Disney World music.

J. Jeff Kober explores the relationship of technology and the Disney Parks and what may be just around the corner in Disney at Work.

Tamu Tamu Refreshments is on the menu for Melissa Knight Coulter and Disney on Wheels.

Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley offers up New York with a Disney attitude at Mouse on the Mind.

Readers get a bit of background from Adam and Andrew on the Mexico pyramid at the Disney Hipster Blog.

Sarah Holodick samples the two new cone-wiches that have come to Walt Disney World in Eating WDW. FYI, I’m still calling them handwiches, I don’t care what the menu says!

Doing his usual exhaustive study of new eats and treats, Andy Jackson weighs in on the offerings of Flower and Garden at Eating (and Drnking) around the World.

George Taylor has some terrific photographs from the Tower of Terror, and its occupants, in 1994 on Imaginerding.

It’s a bit off property, but I can't help showing that Nicole Siscaretti visited the Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination for Sparkly Ever After.

Richard Tobin reminds us all of what made the original Star Tours so, well, original at Mouse Troop.

Studios Central and Matt Hochberg point the spotlight on Hey Howdy Hey Takeaway.

This WeekThe Gazette Out and About

I stopped by the WDW Radio Show last week to chat with Lou Mongello about the vacant spaces of Walt Disney World. We put on our Armchair Imagineering hats and tried to come up with some grand ideas about just what could be done with these abandoned areas. Stop by and give Episode #317 a listen. It'll be a lot of fun, I promise!

1 comment:

Nicole Joy said...

Always an honor to be included :)