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Attraction Recycling at Its Best

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by Mike Scopa AllEars® Feature Writer Feature Article This article appeared in the June 9, 2009 Issue #507 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) A good idea can last a long time…it will never die or fade away. Such is the case with a few Disney attractions. The best example of this is in Walt Disney … Continue reading "Attraction Recycling at Its Best"
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Epcot Archives Millennium Village

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The centerpiece of Disney's Millennium Celebration is the new Millennium Pavilion located in Epcot's World Showcase . It is a 65,000 square-foot building housing over 50 nations from around the world. The Millennium Village closed at the end of Disney's Millennium Celebration (January 2001). Today the building is used for special events such as the … Continue reading "Epcot Archives Millennium Village"
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Epcot Archives TAPESTRY OF DREAMS Parade

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REMINDER: December 15 through December 31 the Tapestry of Dreams Parade will be 3pm and 4:25pm. IMPORTANT NEWS: OCTOBER 2002 – Tapestry of Dreams now only has one segment that runs during each showing of the parade. To see this wonderful puppetry be sure and locate between Morocco and Germany! “Tapestry of Dreams,” celebrates children, … Continue reading "Epcot Archives TAPESTRY OF DREAMS Parade"
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Overlooked Attractions in Animal Kingdom

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by Debra Martin Koma Senior Editor, ALL EARS® This article appeared in the March 25, 2003, Issue #183 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) Updated February 2008 Editor's Note: This story/information was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all current rates, information and other details before planning your trip. If you're a … Continue reading "Overlooked Attractions in Animal Kingdom"
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Mike Scopa Feature Writer and Blogger

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Mike Scopa, as long as he can remember, has always been a huge Disney fan. Growing up in the 50’s and 60’s Mike found himself drawn to Davey Crockett, Zorro, The Hardy Boys, Spin and Marty, and of course The Mickey Mouse Club. Mike’s initial visit to Walt Disney World was in September, 1975. That … Continue reading "Mike Scopa Feature Writer and Blogger"
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MEET THE AUTHORS DAVE SMITH Archivist for the Disney Company

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Meet Dave Smith 2001 | Meet Dave Smith 2003 | Books by Dave Smith This interview appeared in the January 16, 2001 Issue #68 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) ALL EARS® continues its series: Meet the Authors! These interviews give you an opportunity to get to know the authors of various Disney-related books, as well … Continue reading "MEET THE AUTHORS DAVE SMITH Archivist for the Disney Company"
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Walt Disney World Chronicles: The Story of the Reedy Creek Improvement District

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You've probably seen the signs around Walt Disney World property that say RCID. Maybe you even know that RCID stands for "Reedy Creek Improvement District." But just what IS the Reedy Creek Improvement District? Many Disney fans have a vague idea about what it is and what it does, but there seems to be some confusion. Basically, RCID is a multi-purpose district that provides essential public services, regulates building codes, land use and environmental protections, and tries to provide direction for the efficient operation of Walt Disney World property.
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2009 Flower and Garden Festival

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CELEBRATIONS: THE 2009 EPCOT INTERNATIONAL FLOWER AND GARDEN FESTIVAL by Debra Martin Koma Senior Editor, AllEars® This article appeared in the March 10, 2009 Issue #494 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) When the Flower and Garden Festival kicks off on March 18 this year, a particular countdown clock will be reset, and will start to … Continue reading "2009 Flower and Garden Festival"
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