14 April 2013

Disney This Week - 14 April 2013

This WeekOn the Main Street Gazette

We presented our State of Disney's Animal Kingdom Address.

Personal and professional photographs, along with historical context, of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in Disney-MGM Studios rolled out this week.

We sample Electric Umbrella's vegetarian option, the Vegetable Flatbread.

The World News Roundtable speaks its mind about planned celebrations for Disney's Animal Kingdom, possible Muppet replacement, Captain Hook's living topiary, Disneyland's Long Lost Friends, and Billy Dee Williams place in Star Wars Weekends.

Two linen postcards from California are chronicled, as is their place inside Disney's Hollywood Studios and the larger Disney story.

Silent Saturday highlighted a single carving from the Tree of Life, the Rhinoceros Carving.

This WeekAround the Disney Blogosphere

Mitch showcases step by step instructions on his miniature Jungle Cruise model at Imagineering Disney. This is an incredible homemade treasure!

The Eastern Winds is a must read article from Imaginerding and George Taylor.

AJ Wolfe digs into questions about dinner and a show at the Magic Kingdom for The Disney Food Blog.

The world of Disney’s Animal Kingdom with actual film is highlighted on This Happy Place Blog by Estelle Hallick.

Melissa Knight Coulter is also doting on Disney’s Animal Kingdom as well, with a photo safari of Maharajah Jungle Trek in Disney on Wheels.

Mouse Troop and Richard Tobin ponder the age old question of why Peter Pan’s Flight is so popular.

Adam and Andrew take a spin around the Carousel of Progress for the Disney Hipster Blog and share the history of Little Egypt.

The Smokey Portobello Soup from Artist Point is the soup de jour of Mouse on the Mind and Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley.

Nate Rasmussen has been doing a bang up job exploring the history of Disney’s Animal Kingdom for the Disney Parks Blog. This week he continues the tour with a look at Countdown to Extinction.

This WeekThe Gazette Out and About

CNN asked me to contribute to their iReport on Mouse Ears this week. You can see my favorite personal Mouse Ear photograph and read about what I feel the ears stand for.

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