Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance Just Changed Again. Here’s What Happened

Boarding Groups are dead, Mickey’s the Very Merriest, and candy stores just entered the digital age. I’ve got a LOT of park news for you today! Say Good-Bye to Boarding Groups Okay, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance fans. The day you have anticipated is coming soon. This is NOT a drill! Disney recently adjusted […]

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The Next Generation of EPCOT Just Started

Remember how Imagineers wanted to reinvent EPCOT for a new generation? Then, the pandemic struck, and many of those plans suffered delays. Well, we have finally reached a point where some of this stuff has either opened or will debut soon. Yes, the next generation of EPCOT just began. So let’s talk about what’s new. […]

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DVC Members Have Ridden Ratatouille

Lightning Lane signage has appeared at the parks. Also, an old high touch play area has finally reopened, and Boarding Groups are suddenly attainable. I’ll explain everything and also discuss the grand opening of EPCOT’s most anticipated new attraction of 2021. Lightning Lane Is Almost Here All four Walt Disney World theme parks have started […]

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Space 220 and Drawn to Life Open While Something Stays Closed

NBA Experience is dead, while Space 220 and Drawn to Life are finally ready to live. Here are some Disney updates you should know. What’s the Opposite of Surprised? When Disney killed DisneyQuest, some deemed the decision merciful. After all, the place got pretty run down those last few years. I say that as one […]

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The EPCOT Monorail Has Reopened and Other WDW Park News

The Walt Disney World monorail is running at full strength again. Also, some attractions will have quick refurbs this week, and fireworks times are changing. So we’ve got several important park updates to cover today. The EPCOT Monorail System Is Back Last year, EPCOT reopened on July 15th, only without one of its most essential […]

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Holiday Festivities Return at Disney Parks

We all hated 2020 and never want to think about it again, even though that’s all but impossible. Part of our frustration as DVC members stems from how much the pandemic disrupted our annual holiday plans. Many of us spend Christmas at Walt Disney World and/or Disneyland each year, but we couldn’t/didn’t in 2020. Thankfully, […]

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Disney Parks Update for July 12, 2021

Disneyland Paris introduced a new FastPass system that has DVC members worried. We’ll talk about this turn of events, some restaurant changes, new character greetings, and a welcome party return in the latest Disney Parks Update. What Did Disneyland Paris Just Do? The mainstream media picked up a Disney story emanating from France. As you’ve […]

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Disney Updates for June 28, 2021

You may want to visit Walt Disney World this November. I’ll explain why in today’s theme park update. We’ll also talk about the Stretching room, upcoming fireworks changes, and new park availability that could impact your upcoming 2021 trip. Destination D-23 This November! Coronavirus threw Disney officials for a curve, forcing the delay of the […]

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All Disney Parks Are Open!

For the first time since January of 2020, all Disney theme parks around the world have reopened. The Walt Disney Company celebrated this achievement with a video: Of course, Disney also announced plenty of other terrific news, including return dates and details for the various fireworks presentations at Walt Disney World. Let’s take a quick […]

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Food and Wine Food Booths Unveiled for 2021 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival

The 2021 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival is only one month away from its July 15th start. As the opening date approaches, park officials have unveiled details about the various Global Marketplaces. And we have a surprise this year! Toward the end of the event, new food kiosks will open! I’ll explain as I […]

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