by Richie McNanna This column is about food – food I get at home that is so uncannily reminiscent of the cuisine and treats I indulge upon at Walt Disney World that they take me back to my “Orlando happy place” whenever I experience them. At least, that’s what I’ve been told. Of late, I […]
by Kathy & Sean Like many children and adults, Walt Disney had a fascination with trains. From a summer job with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway to building his Carolwood Pacific backyard railroad, Disney was able to take his love of trains to a new level. This passion with the rails is carried […]
Who knew train chases could be so fun. I had the pleasure of seeing The Lone Ranger this weekend, and while I realize it’s not getting the best reviews from critics, I had a roaring good time. It’s great fun, with lots of subtle touches of Walt. For one, the movie is not simply another […]
Editor’s Note: Since Lou hosted the WDW Radio event at the Walt Disney Family Museum this weekend, we thought it would be fitting to re-post this trip report of the family museum by Anthony Sbarra, guest blogger and member of the WDW Radio family. Anthony visited the museum in the summer of 2012 and shared […]
Taking Walt to Walt Disney World, Disney Trivia Contest and More!
I am always looking for ways to get a Disney fix, and after hearing on Lou’s newscast (which goes live every Wednesday night at 7:30pm) that there would be an event offered to the general public for a D23 Fanniversary in Boston, I HAD to get a ticket! I was able to get to the […]
Disney and Oz: History, Stories, Walt, The Great Movie Ride and more!
Walt Disney World is filled with tributes to classic Disney movies, characters, Imagineers and much more, but did you know about the many details and stories that honor Walt Disney, the man? Join Lou as he shows you a hidden details at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World that tells a story about an […]