D23 Destination D: The 1964/65 World’s Fair (Part 2)

It’s been a fabulous journey so far at D23’s Destination D Attraction Rewind. Lets continue from part one, and look at the 1964/1965 New York World’s Fair.   Carousel of Continue Reading →

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party 2014

Calling all “Goblins and ghoulies from last Halloween” for the 2014 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party! With 23,100 feet (about 4-¼ miles) of cables being used for the party’s unique lighting Continue Reading →

Credits Rolling on Main Street: Jack Olsen “The Merchant Prince”

Olsen’s Imported Novelties & Souvenirs “World’s Largest Collection of Keychains” Jack Olsen “The Merchant Prince” Jack Olsen was born in 1923 in Salt Lake City, Utah. His family moved to Continue Reading →

Credits Rolling on Main Street: Lonnie R. Lindley “Rainbow Paint Co”

Today’s window: “Rainbow Paint Co.   Polychromatists Lonnie R. Lindley World’s Largest Collection of Color Samples.”   Welcome back to Mouse University Online’s Credits on Main Street! First things first, Continue Reading →

Finding the Fourth of July in Walt Disney World

“Actually, if you could see close in my eyes, the American flag is waving in both of them and up my spine is growing this red, white and blue stripe.” Continue Reading →

Credits Rolling on Main Street: M.T.Lott and Donn Tatum

Welcome to the new blog series Credits Rolling on Main Street! What does that mean though? There aren’t credits in WDW. Or are there? Well before I explain the meaning behind Continue Reading →

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (Part 2: Trivia)

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is definitely a step up in Walt Disney attractions with new technology and classic story. I’m a strong believer in the idea that to fully appreciate and Continue Reading →