Find the Ultimate Souvenir at “That’s From Disneyland!” Pop-Up Auction and Exhibition

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Richard Kraft, co-owner of Kraft-Engel Management, is liquidating his collection of Disneyland memorabilia amassed over the course of 25 years through the Van Eaton Galleries. The pieces include 15 ride vehicles, original attraction posters, concept art, and much more. Objects from the auction are available for gawking through Aug. 24, 2018, noon to 8 p.m., at 13730 Riverside Dr., Sherman Oaks, CA. A portion of all sales goes toward The Coffin-Siris Foundation and the CHIME Institute: Early Education Programs
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Pirates of the Caribbean Refreshed at Disneyland

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Guests Discover Swashbuckling Fun and Adventure on this Beloved Attraction ANAHEIM, Calif. (June 8, 2018) — The original Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, which debuted at Disneyland Park in California in 1967, inspired a global phenomenon and launched a highly popular film franchise. The attraction has added new magic in 2018 as guests discover a … Continue reading "Pirates of the Caribbean Refreshed at Disneyland"
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Disney Pic of the Week: Pirates of the Caribbean

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The classic Pirates of the Caribbean or POTC ride found in Adventureland at the Magic Kingdom has been updated over the years. It was not originally planned for Walt Disney World but, after guests were surprised it was not one of the original attractions at the Magic Kingdom, Disney quickly put it into production. POTC … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Pirates of the Caribbean"
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Look Up with a Twist at Walt Disney World

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Last week I talked about Looking Down at Walt Disney World. This week we are Looking Up….from Our Phones. Believe me, I appreciate the modern day Smart Phone as much as the next person. Especially in a long queue line for a popular ride or attraction at a Disney park. However, you could end up … Continue reading "Look Up with a Twist at Walt Disney World"
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Eliminating Distracting Backgrounds at Walt Disney World

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Here are a few ideas on how to separate your subject from its background which are often busy at Walt Disney World. I have previously gone into detail on how to use Aperture mode on a dSLR camera to blur out the background while keeping the subject sharp and clear. For compact cameras and on … Continue reading "Eliminating Distracting Backgrounds at Walt Disney World"
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Review: Jungle Skipper Canteen at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

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My family and I were among those excited to dine at the first new sit-down restaurant in the Magic Kingdom since Be Our Guest opened in 2012. Our first opportunity was when we were in the theme park on New Year's Eve. Sounds impossible, especially because Skipper Canteen isn't taking reservations, right? We actually didn't think it was that bad because we were prepared to wait to try something new.
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Disney Pic of the Week: Pirates of the Caribbean

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This week’s Walt Disney Studios film is one which comes directly from one of Disney Imagineering’s best shows: The Pirates of the Caribbean. Debuting in 1967 at Disneyland, it was the most immersive and technologically advanced attraction of its time. I remember Walt Disney gleefully describing how they got the audio-animatronics to work in a … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Pirates of the Caribbean"
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