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    The Dark Restaurant Brings Combines Fine Dining And Chills to Halloween Horror Nights At Universal Studios Japan

    For the second consecutive year, Universal Studios Japan will be adding a unique dining option found only at the Halloween Horror Nights in Osaka this fall. The Dark Restaurant will deliver guests into a terror-filled, yet delicious meal filled with surprises throughout. As the story goes, a once world-renowned chef has risen from the grave […]

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    Epcot Adds Guest Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles

    On Monday, August 18, Walt Disney World added to charging stations for electric cars like the Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf and Tesla to the Epcot parking lot. ┬áThis is all part of a bigger program called Drive Electric Orlando, which is partnering with Walt Disney World, Sea World, AAA, GM, Nissan and others to encourage […]

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    An Interview With Javier Soto: Artist for Disney’s Haunted Mansion 45th Anniversary Event

    Recently, Disneyland celebrated the 45th anniversary of the Haunted Mansion with a merchandise event at the Main Street Art Gallery, just outside of the lobby for Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln. Dozens of original pieces were created for the special event where certain pieces were also available online as well. Original busts, framed portraits and […]

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    Sea World To Expand Killer Whale Habitats

    On August 15th, Sea World Parks announced a bold move to educate the public about killer whales. The Blue World Project will take place in all three parks: San Diego, Orlando and San Antonio. Essentially, all three parks will expand their killer whale habitats by adding additonal viewing areas. This new space will let them […]

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    Gone With The Wind: From Reel to Real Opens at Orange County History Center

    Growing up in Georgia, just south of Atlanta, “Gone with the Wind” just becomes part of your life. Less than 50 yards away from the first house I grew up in was a sign marking the historical significance of the land my house was sitting on as one of the key battles in the Civil […]

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    Should Disney World Bring Back Robin Williams Attractions?

    After Robin Williams passing, should Disney bring back his attractions to Walt Disney World? We take a critical look.

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    Robin Williams Legacy Forever Remembered in Back To Neverland

    On August 11th, the world lost one of the funniest and most original comedians when Robin Williams was found dead at the age of 63. Many of his fans will remember him for his stand-up routines, “Mork and Mindy,” “Hook,” “Mrs. Doubtfire” or even “Aladdin.” However, if you’re a theme park fan, your mind immediately […]

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    Why Lost Kennywood Spells Pittsburgh Without The H

    A few weeks ago, while walking through Kennywood with Public Relations Manager Jeff Filicko, we stopped in front of the entrance of Lost Kennywood. He turned to me and said, “Ya know, every season we get literally dozens of complaints from guests telling us that we spelled ‘Pittsburg’ wrong. This is actually intentional… ” Filicko […]

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