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An in-depth look at "Voyage to the Iron Reef," Knott's Berry Farm's new interactive attraction
Last week, a few hundred lucky fans got to preview Knott's Berry Farm 's " Voyage to the Iron Reef " a day before it opened to the general...
Get your Disney fix in New York with entertainment historian Jim Hill : Disney Trivia Challenge May 2nd, 'Frozen' talk May 16th
Do you love Disney? Is New York City one of your favorite places to be in the Spring? Are you amazing at solving word puzzles? If you said "Yes !"...
Spring is nearly here, but we're still talking "Frozen": Join Jim Hill for a "Making Of" talk in New York May 16th
Let's Talk Frozen! Join entertainment historian Jim Hill for a behind-the-scenes look at Disney's mega-hit movie "Frozen" Brought to...
10 Things You Should Know About Disney's Film Version of "Into The Woods"
Twelve years ago, following the phenomenal success of the big screen adaptation of the Broadway musical "Chicago" director Rob Marshall sat down...
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Disney in-jokes make Goofy's Sky School great fun for animation history buffs
The redo of Disney California Adventure Park is really coming together nicely. As you can see from these shots that Noe took yesterday, its Pan-Pacific-Auditorium-inspired entrance is getting closer & closer to completion. Photo by Noe Valladolid How close? A quick peek over that Disney-characters-from-the-1930s construction wall reveals that they're just about to begin laying this theme park's new paving stones. Photo by Noe Valladolid Over at the Redwood Challenge Creek Trail , the...
Apricot Lane is a fashionable new addition to the Downtown Disney District's West End
I have good news for the fly fisherman of Southern California. Maybe you've heard about this new trend among Hollywood fashionistas . Where they're taken the rooster feathers that are traditionally used in fly tying and then turned them into a fashion accessory? I know that this may sound like a silly, frivolous story. But to the guys who frequent places like Bob Marriot's fly fishing store in Fullerton, CA., this is serious business. What with all of the tween girls who have been coming...
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