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WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL & DISNEYLAND, CA -- It's the Christmas Holiday Season at Disney Parks and Resorts and Spas! While a lot of guests like the music or the decorations, most everyone especially loves the special food that appears this time of year.
Uncle Walt's Insider reporters spent literally minutes researching and sampling holiday food on both coasts, just so we could bring you this list of the best treats. So with ...
The good news is that the cast now makes house calls.
DISNEY-MGM'S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS, FL -- Fans still smarting from the loss of Illuminations (even though Steve is doing a pretty good job as a replacement) now have another show to worry about. Apparently Fantasmic has suffered some drastic budget cuts in recent days.
As seen in the video below, the massive amphitheater, the costumes, fountains, fire effects and even the artificial steamboat are no longer part of the show:
On the plus side, a ...
Don't worry -- most of the cages let in air.
BAY LAKE, FL -- In a move that's sure to spark controversy (and protests from People for the Ethical Treatment of Drummers), The Walt Disney World Resort, Dispensary, and Spa has begun adding drum cages for all musical acts within the parks.
Drum cages are clear Plexiglas shields, placed around a drum set (and corresponding drummer) to minimize noise. This is particularly useful for quiet environments, such as churches, libraries, auditoriums, Congress, theme ...
The Holiday Special consistent ranks as everyone's third favorite Christmas TV show, just behind "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and "Battlestar Galactica: Home for the Holidays?"
BATUU -- With Halloween behind us and Christmas decorations spreading across Disney parks on both coasts, fans have been wondering: will the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge areas be decorated for the holidays? Uncle Walt's Insider can now answer that with a resounding "You betcha!" Sources tell us that the Star Wars areas on both coasts will ...
This milestone took a little longer.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Days after Disney released a video celebrating the Skyliner's gondola system's one millionth customer, another milestone was reached with less fanfare. As of yesterday, the Disney Skyliner has now successfully transported one million guests!
"Both milestones are correct," says Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation), "but they just use different metrics. The video refers to one million guests boarding the system. Yesterday's million counts only guests getting out of the ...