Disneyland’s Biggest Culture Shocks for a Walt Disney World Vet

By Blake Taylor
Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 Comments Off on Disneyland’s Biggest Culture Shocks for a Walt Disney World Vet

If you’ve been to Walt Disney World in Florida more times than you can count and finally want to make the trek out west to visit Disneyland in California, […]

WDW Radio # 535 – Top Ten Things We Love About Main Street, USA

By Lou Mongello
Monday, October 29th, 2018 Comments Off on WDW Radio # 535 – Top Ten Things We Love About Main Street, USA

For me, nothing in Walt Disney World evokes as warm, sentimental, and nostalgic feeling for me than walking right down the middle of Main Street, USA. There are so many […]

Letting Go of the Disney College Program… You Can’t

By Blake Taylor
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018 Comments Off on Letting Go of the Disney College Program… You Can’t

We all know that person who won’t stop talking about their glory days. We get it. You were a high-school quarterback star. You were on the college cheer team. […]

WDW Radio # 534 – Listener Email: Dining, Cast Member Origins, Solo in Disney, Marathon, Tours, and more!

By Lou Mongello
Monday, October 1st, 2018 Comments Off on WDW Radio # 534 – Listener Email: Dining, Cast Member Origins, Solo in Disney, Marathon, Tours, and more!

I open up the inbox this week to answer your questions about topics including: Dinner in Magic Kingdom, what’s included in a Disney Cruise, the origins of Disney Cast Members, […]

What job would you want? A Disney dream exercise out of the Ashley Eckstein playbook

By Richie McNanna
Sunday, June 24th, 2018 Comments Off on What job would you want? A Disney dream exercise out of the Ashley Eckstein playbook

I love being a middle school teacher, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t admit that on certain humdrum, pre-dawn commutes, I refer to my Oswald the Lucky Rabbit […]

Remembering Richard Gerth: Legendary Grand Floridian Resort Greeter

By K.S. Wicks
Thursday, June 7th, 2018 Comments Off on Remembering Richard Gerth: Legendary Grand Floridian Resort Greeter

It is with great sadness that WDW Radio shares news of the passing of Richard Gerth, legendary greeter at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort.   At 92-years-old Richard was, […]

WDW Tip of the Week: The Twenty Year Service Award Ring

By K.S. Wicks
Sunday, November 19th, 2017 Comments Off on WDW Tip of the Week: The Twenty Year Service Award Ring

Walt Disney World can be an overwhelming experience of sights, sounds, and smells—even for the most seasoned guests. With so much to see and do, it’s easy to overlook those […]

Walt Disney World in Midst of a Hurricane

By Alyson Miller
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 Comments Off on Walt Disney World in Midst of a Hurricane

Labor Day weekend, 2017.  My family and I were one week from the Walt Disney World vacation we had been planning for a full year.  All day Sunday and […]

A Vacation DIS-aster: First Aid and Car Trouble

By Blake Taylor
Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 Comments Off on A Vacation DIS-aster: First Aid and Car Trouble

Mishaps and misfortunes can strike at any time while on vacation, but at Walt Disney World, these events do not have to turn into DIS-asters with the help of outstanding Cast Members, […]