10 Reasons A Disney Cruise Is Worth The Cost

10 Reasons A Disney Cruise Is Worth The Cost

Why cruising with Disney is worth every penny.

Disney Luxury Goods For Him This Valentines Day

Disney Luxury Goods For Him This Valentines Day

Fine leather and accessories for men inspired by iconic characters

2018 Brings New Perks For Disney Springs Resort Area Hotel Guests

2018 Brings New Perks For Disney Springs Resort Area Hotel Guests

Brand new reasons to book your stay!

The Best Quick Breakfasts In 2018 At Walt Disney World Parks

The Best Quick Breakfasts In 2018 At Walt Disney World Parks

The best spots in Disney Parks to grab a quite morning bite.

The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2018 e-book Is Here!

The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2018 e-book Is Here!

It's time to get planning your vacation food strategy.

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Significant Pay Raises for Disney Execs

Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger is living proof that it is a good thing to work for a mouse. According to Disney's proxy filings last Friday, Iger saw a 35% increase in salary and bonuses for 2010. As far as figures go, the CEO's salary jumped to $16.3 million from the previous year's $12 million. His total compensation? Factoring in equity awards, it was $28 million.

Lineup Announced For Epcot's Flower Power Concert Series

It's become an annual - or perennial - favorite of Disney guests. We're talking, of course, of Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival and the accompanying Flower Power Concert Series. This year's lineup was recently announced and will feature artists and music from the 60's, 70's and 80's. Here are the dates and acts:

  • #March 4-6 Jose Feliciano
  • #March 11-13 The Guess Who
  • #March 18-20 Chubby Checker and the Wildcats
  • #March 25-27 Melissa Manchester

Photo Tour: AquaDuck on the Disney Dream

A friend of ours just returned from a cruise on the brand new Disney Dream cruise ship and sent over this great review of the AquaDuck -- the cruise industry's first water coaster on a ship!

Thanks to WDWFG for the chance to rave about this incredible water coaster. The AquaDuck may seem like a kids' ride to some, but I was surprised to note that the concept was terrifying to many. Not a lot of folks want to hang out above the ocean with only a thin piece of plastic between them and an 150 foot drop!

Sunday Round-Up for January 30, 2011

Lou Mongello at WDW Radio shares a review of the new Wild Africa Trek.

Main Street Gazette takes an amazing look at the posters in the waiting area for "It's Tough to Be A Bug." I had never noticed these before but will definitely take a look the next time I'm there.

Snow White Attraction to Close as Fantasyland Expands

While Fantasyland in Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom seems to be a number one destination for the eight-and-under set, we know there are some grown ups out there who aren't opposed to spending some time with Dumbo, Pooh and Snow White. For those of you who fit that description, we thought we'd recap the latest news of the ongoing Fantasyland expansion.

Disney Interactive Faces Reorganization and Lays Off 200

In a move that, according to those in the know, appeared almost expected, Disney Interactive Media Group trimmed their staff of some 200 employees this past Monday. Also a casualty of the company's vast restructuring of its digital media was Propaganda Games, the Vancouver-based development company responsible for the Tron:Evolution game.

Original Magic Kingdom attractions

Have you ever wondered about what it was like on opening day of the Magic Kingdom? How magical it would have been! What was there back then?

The Magic Kingdom today is a very different place from what it was 40 years ago when Walt Disney World first opened (can you believe it's been 40 years?!).

Disney Nabs Thirteen Academy Award Nominations

Earlier this week, the Oscar nominations were revealed with Disney coming in with a not-too-shabby total of thirteen nods.

It may come as no surprise Disney Pixar's Toy Story 3 leads Disney's nominations with five including Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Song, a nomination in the Sound Editing field, Best Animated Feature and, arguably the top prize, Best Picture.

Chill out at Blizzard Beach

Blizzard Beach, the newer water park at Disney World, is known for its multiple thrill rides and incredibly detailed theme!

Main Street Gallery to Host the Artist SHAG

To help celebrate its 40th anniversary in style, Walt Disney World has teamed up with artists for some commemorative, magical and unique artwork. SHAG is one of those artists who has created a signature piece for Disney that captures the essence of Disney's opening back in 1971.