My fair readers -- it is a week before the Tony Awards. What does that mean? It's time for The Drama Desk Awards. There are a good amount of awards th...
I'm not going to apologize for laughing my ass off at Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways to Die in the West.
At the time of its release in 1940, one critic called Fantasia, the animated Disney film, "an ambitious orgy of color, sound, and imagination." More than just a motion picture masterpiece, it is a groundbreaking cinematic tone poem.
You already know that I love all of you deeply. What you also need to know is that the thought of taking all three of you and the stuff you require to live on a plane to a theme park vacation makes me physically ill.
When it comes to the Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, it's kind of a tradition that good enough isn't really good enough.
During my 20 years of work (fun) in the travel industry, I have sold travel to a broad spectrum of travelers and read evaluations from over 10,000 travelers. Am I qualified to predict the future? Not at all, but I will share my observations anyway.
She doesn't yet know about the enchanted world of Disney, but two months ago she saw Minnie Mouse. She sat propped in a little girl's room of a house we'd soon buy, looked at us cheerily with her wide eyes and happy grin.
Despite any downsides, Orlando -- and, quite specifically, Walt Disney World -- is the trip of a lifetime. You can pretend otherwise, but I'm not going to.
Think about this fact: Disney built a real and successful business on fantastical dreams. Trust yourself... go and look deep inside and see what your dreams are. It's never too late to have a dream come true.
"The best way to have a good idea is to have a lot of ideas." Those were the inspiring words from the Nobel Peace Prize winner and biochemist Linus P...
When I was a youngster, I dreamed about being a baseball pitcher for the New York Yankees.
That's why every night -- as James is onstage performing Friend Like Me -- he makes a point of making eye contact with every other cast member who's out there making this eight-minute-long production number stop the show.
While still living in Kansas City, Elias Disney, Walt and Roy's father, was growing tired and frustrated with the newspaper delivery business. In the spring of 1917, he decided to invest in a jelly company.
Try to imagine the perfect town: picket fences, moss-draped oaks, wide porches and friendly neighbors. A few decades ago, the folks at The Walt Disney Company dreamed their ideal town, and they came up with Celebration.
We are clearly in good company when we speak to the necessity of fostering a child's creative development, and we embrace the essential role of music in cultivating that innate creative capacity within each of us.
If you were born anytime in the 1990s or later, chances are you've spent a good amount of your childhood on the computer, playing online games. Some of those online games may still be around but there are also many that are no longer with us today.