/ Saturday, August 11th, 2012

Here is a quick recap of some of this week’s popular posts, podcasts, videos, events and more:

PODCAST:

VIDEO:

  • WDW Radio Live – August 8, 2012 – D23 Expo & EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

ON THE BLOG:

UPCOMING EVENTS:

  • September 28-30: WDW Radio Online Auction to benefit the WDW Radio Dream Team

SNEAK PEEKS INTO NEXT WEEK:

  • An exciting NEW contest will debut next week–get your glue guns and glitter ready!
  • Two new blog writers debut with great themes: Disney for twenty-somethings and Disney from the point of view of an Australian

WHERE IN THE WORLD???

Were you watching carefully?  What did Lou say was once the name of this shop on Main Street, USA in Disneyland????  Post your answer in the COMMENTS below!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POLL OF THE WEEK: Inspired by discussions in this week’s newscast:

During this week’s newscast, Lou discussed the date of the official opening of the Fantasyland Expansion, and there was extended conversation about what features of the expansion everyone is most anxious to see.  That conversation inspired this week’s poll:

Which aspect of the Fantasyland expansion are you most eager to see?


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4 Responses to "WDW Radio Week in Review & POLL on Fantasyland Expansion"

  1. Stephen Conti says:

    Out of those choices, the overall theming is my pick. But, I think I’m most excited for the Snow White mine coaster.

  2. More than any specific attraction, I think the overall look of the expansion is going to really make WDW’s Fantasyland spectacular and give it some nice “breathing room”.

    I still can’t believe that the Disneyland shop was called “Wizard of Bras!” :)

  3. Christy Viszoki says:

    I agree with you on both counts, Rich!! Can you imagine a store with that name on Main Street USA today? LOL. Thanks for sharing your thoughts! :D

  4. Gary zerilli says:

    Theming is what I can’t wait to see. Disney had always been based on their powerful theming. With fantasyland I expect to see Disney at its best providing guests with overwhelming details that will spark this expansion. Details, details, that’s what makes Disney special and apart from other so called theme parks.

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