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  • Blog Post: Treat yourself to tickets to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

    Throughout the country, people are looking forward to Labor Day. Trying to fit in the very last few moments of summer, including one last barbecue, one last dip in the pool, and those final few moments of joy, before the summer season disappears and the Fall grind of work and school arrive. But over...
  • Blog Post: Beat the heat this summer with a trip to one of Central Florida’s water parks

    The Walt Disney Company has long been an innovator when it comes to its theme parks & resorts. But that being said, that doesn’t mean that the Mouse doesn’t still keep a close eye on the competition. And when one of the other Central Florida parks introduces a service that quickly proves to be popular...
  • Blog Post: When it comes to fun Fourth of July festivities, O-town is the “Oooh” & “Aaah” capital of the USA

    This year, there are lots of places around the country where you can go to see Fourth of July fireworks. The bank of the Charles River in Boston, South Street Seaport in NYC as well as the National Mall in my hometown of Washington DC. But what if you’re one of those “too much ain’t enough” types and...
  • Blog Post: Wednesdays with Wade: A not-so-beautiful tomorrow for the Carousel of Progress

    I was recently solicited by two charming young college girls. No, it's not want you think. These two lovely young ladies had contacted me -- along with several other prominent Disney historians like Dave Smith , Jim Korkis and Paul Anderson -- with the hope that we'd then sign their save the...
  • Blog Post: Wednesdays with Wade: Disneyland's First Tinker Bells

    With the announcement that Tinker Bell will be making a new flight path around Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland as part of "The Happiest Celebration on Earth," I thought I would dig through my files to find information about the three early Tinker Bells who created the tradition beginning with the...
  • Blog Post: Wednesdays with Wade: The story of Epcot's Innoventions Fountain

    "In a ceremony signifying international understanding and cooperation, representatives of the performing groups gathered around the Fountain of World Friendship in CommuniCore Plaza and added water from their own countries into the fountain." ---EYES AND EARS (a Walt Disney World cast newspaper) reporting...
  • Blog Post: Farewell to the Land

    "You've probably heard people talk about conservation. Well, conservation isn't just the business of a few people. It's a matter that concerns all of us. It's a science whose principles are written in the oldest code in the world, the laws of nature. The natural resources of our vast continent are not...
  • Blog Post: Kicking back at DCA's Cove Bar

    Greetings, JHM readers! It's David Michael again. And -- this time around -- I thought that I'd share a few stories & photos of my favorite places at DCA: The Cove Bar. Of course, this article won't just be about the bar. But will also reveal a few interesting stories & rumors about this side...
  • Blog Post: The Bear Necessities for Gay Days 2004

    I'm sure a lot of people who are Disneyland fanatics like me have heard of the infamous Gay Days at Walt Disney World. But did you know that each and every year since 1997 the first weekend in October has been the weekend for the Unofficial Gay Days 2 at Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure?...
  • Blog Post: Swimming Down Main Street, U.S.A.

    Not available for Resort Hotel Guests to swim in On Tuesday Morning, October 5th, Disneyland hosted the final leg of the "Disney's Swim with the Stars" tour. Well, yes, we will cover that, and tell you some neat facts about three Gold Medalists, but come on, this website isn't a swimming site, it is...
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