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Glow with the Show Ears Return to The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights for 2014 Holiday Season

When the 2014 Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights begins next month at Disney's Hollywood Studios guests can once again join in the festivities with Glow with the Show Ear hats.

These interactive, glowing ear hats debuted at the Walt Disney World Resort last fall during the 15th anniversary of Fantasmic!. Using the latest technology the ear hats glow and complement the imagery and music in the nighttime shows.

Perfect Petals Brunch Announced for Launch of New Disney Collection by Vera Bradley Pattern

The Disney Collection by Vera Bradley is launching a new pattern later this spring, and to celebrate Disney is hosting a "Perfect Petals Brunch" on May 4.

The new pattern, "Mickey's Perfect Petals," will have its official debut during the brunch at Epcot's World ShowPlace.

The new pattern features spring colors and subtle Mickey Mouse designs that are similar to the Hidden Mickeys guests can find at Disney Parks.

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Top 5 Reasons to Love Epcot’s Future World

Epcot is always the first park I visit when I'm at the Walt Disney World Resort. It has earned that honor - despite my unwavering love for the Magic Kingdom - because the park is usually less hectic and because there are so many things that I love about Epcot, specifically in Future World.

15 Disney Tips From A Cranky Cynic

My name is Geordon, and my wife is a Disney-a-holic. It's not that I didn't know this when we got married, I just wasn't quite aware of the place it would take in our lives. I was in no way, shape, or form a Disney fan. My parents had taken me once as a teenager and that was quite enough. However - over the 17 years that my wife has dragged me on her annual "pilgrimage" to Walt Disney World, I've come to respect her love for all things Disney and the work she puts into making sure everyone gets the vacation they want.

The Top 10 Relaxing Rides at Walt Disney World

While I love most of the attractions at Walt Disney World, I have a great fondness for what we like to call "chill rides." Basically they're the exact opposite of the thrill rides we talked about last week. I will freely admit that I like the rides where I can sit back, relax, and not have to worry about my roller coaster car suddenly speeding backward down a steep incline. Yeah, chill rides.

A Few of Our Favorite Things about Epcot’s Future World

Epcot has in recent years become our second-favorite theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort. While the Magic Kingdom will always hold that top spot for nostalgic reasons, if given the choice we're headed to Epcot first every time.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Debuts Redesigned Lobby

The renovation of the lobby at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort is complete and the new space gives the resort a fresh, new, and modern vibe while staying true to the original vision of the hotel. The waterfall feature (and its very distinct smell) might be gone but what is in its place is rather stunning.

The Top 10 Can't-Miss Walt Disney World Attractions

It isn't easy to list the top 10 Walt Disney World Attractions. The four theme parks have so many incredible dark rides, thrill rides, and classic rides that making any kind of top 10 list is a bit of a challenge.

But we aren't afraid of a challenge. Unless that challenge includes riding Expedition Everest, then we're afraid. And so, without further ado here is a list of what we consider to be the top 10 attractions at Walt Disney World.

Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin

Deep within the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World lies your opportunity to battle evil and save the galaxy. Galactic Hero Buzz Lightyear, from the Disney-Pixar hit Toy Story movies, is recruiting Junior Rangers to protect the universe from Evil Emperor Zurg. Recruits should make their way directly to Tomorrowland to join up, or at least to grab a FastPass.

Spaceship Earth – The Iconic Symbol of Epcot

There are two things Spaceship Earth is not. First, it's not a giant golf ball, despite the frequently overheard exclamation, "Hey look! There's the giant golf ball!" Second, it's not a dome. In fact, it's two domes built together to create the largest geodesic sphere in the world measuring 180 feet in diameter and 18 stories tall. The outside of the sphere is covered by 11,324 aluminum facets that, when it reflects the lights at night, is a stunning sight to see.