Since Disney World opened in 1971, there have been numerous changes, from entire to new theme parks and lands being added to restaurants closing and attractions being shuttered. Take a trip back in time with us as we look at some little-known facts about Disney World history.
Chairman and CEO Bob Iger has revealed that Disney will launch a new direct-to-consumer streaming service called Disney+ in the U.S. in late 2019. New Star Wars and Marvel series for the service are in development.
Last week I announced the 2018 AllEars.Net Picture This! Resort Christmas Tree Photo Tour where we will be visiting two resorts that are not easy to photograph because of the lighting. Now, our eyes and brain tend to “fix” this for us, but our cameras — from digital to phones — need help. To help, … Continue reading "Two Ways to Cope with White Balance Challenges at the Grand Floridian Resort"
Disney officially opened “Mickey: The True Original Exhibition” in New York City’s Meatpacking District on November 8, welcoming guests from around the globe to the 16,000-square-foot immersive pop-up exhibit celebrating the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse.