Matt and Nate invited me to be their first guest on the reboot of WEDWay Now, the companion show to their impressive WEDWay Radio. Head on over to listen to us talk news and hear my answers to their Final Four questions.
Todd J. Pierce and Paul F. Anderson at the Disney History Institute have released an amazing video showcasing Zorro Days at Disneyland, a very rare event and an extremely rare treat for us to see on video.
We are proud to debut the first episode of Communicore Weekly’s In the Hot Seat. Jeff and I interview Leonard Kinsey, author of the Dark Side of Disney. Leonard offers tips for drinking around Epcot.
It was a quiet week in the Disney blog-o-sphere, but I’ve got a few links for you to enjoy. Make sure to leave us a comment on our video to tell us how much you love the interview (and the brand new song).
A photo from 2008 taken by my oldest son. It isn’t the best composition, but it does feature the former Tomorrowland Skyway building and the Bay Lake Towers construction. By 2009, the Skyway building would be demolished and a different paver system would be in place for the area in front of Space Mountain.
A lot of my favorite pictures from past Walt Disney World vacations are ones that my sons have taken. We started giving my oldest son our older point and shoot digital camera to see what images he would capture. When I looked at the photos, I was surprised by what he found important and intriguing. Since he was two feet shorter than me, he found angles that I missed. The photo above is a great example; he really liked the light fixture and wanted to snap a photo of it. Of course, it took him a while to understand that he needed to stop and plant his feet before he took a picture. We have a lot of fantastically fuzzy photos from that trip.