• 12Feb

    This week we shared the exciting news that “ Rivers of Light ” will make its debut at Disney’s Animal Kingdom on February 17 – just a few days away! In honor of the show’s upcoming debut, we decided to share a few photos that have been released from the park’s new nighttime show so far. Celebrating the majesty of nature and the connection between animals and humans, “Rivers of Light” combines live performers, beautiful floating lanterns, glistening fountains, special effects and animal imagery projected on giant water screens. For more on how you can experience “Rivers of Light” during your next visit, click here . Read more about “Rivers of Light” here: ‘Rivers of Light’ Officially Opens February 17 at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Reservations Open Today for Rivers of Light Dining Package Debuting February 17 at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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  • 13Nov

    Holidays at the Disneyland Resort are here, bringing the new Festival of Holidays at Disney California Adventure park! Here are your top five reasons to celebrate during this wonderful time of year. “ World of Color – Season of Light “- This all-new nighttime spectacular combines classic holiday tunes with favorite Disney moments, bringing to life the joy and warmth of the season. Princess Elena’s Musical Grand Arrival – Elena of Avalor makes her Disneyland Resort debut during Festival of Holidays with an uplifting musical cavalcade and a special opportunity to meet with Disney California Adventure park guests.

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  • 12Apr

    Walt Disney is a huge company with some overlapping activities in different areas. For instance, Pixar, obviously, does computer animation and so does ILM [Industrial Light & Magic]. Does this create pressure to adopt the …

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  • 12Oct

    After a couple years of talks with RAN about the impact of unsustainable paper sourcing on rainforests, Disney has seen the light.

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  • 21Apr

    We found it. We were indulged with an evening of divine tastes and plenty of pampering when we booked a table at the new Queen Victoria Room at Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa . We started our dinner with a flute of Champagne paired with four little bites: a soft poached quail egg with Galilee Caviar, popcorn-crusted Gulf shrimp, smoked salmon panna cotta with salmon caviar and crispy buffalo mozzarella. That was just the “amuse-bouche,” or pre-dinner taste of Chef Scott Hunnel’s delicious creations. We relaxed and savored nine more courses, from cold-smoked Niman Ranch lamb with Fuji apple and curry dressing to a single stalk of beautiful white Holland asparagus, buttery Japanese Wagyu beef and a slice of Minnesaota elk tenderloin. But the Queen Victoria Room is about so much more than the feast. Behind closed doors, it different from V&A’s elegant main dining room; the staff under the direction of maitre d’ Israel Perez expertly revives the European art of tableside finishes for each dish. King salmon was cooked tableside on heated pink Himalayan salt rock. Our server toasted miniature croutons for salads in each diner’s choice of imported olive oils and fine salts. Every single dish got some sort of delicious last-minute finish before our eyes. With just four tables, you’re encouraged to savor each bite – and even to take a walk around the Grand Floridian between dinner and dessert if you choose. (This is not an evening for the impatient.) And, oh, that grand finale. Master Pastry Chef Erich Herbitschek creates art with sugar, like our light-as-air macaroons with green apple mousse. The restaurant has a new website, www.victoria-alberts.com . Cost for dining in the Queen Victoria Room is $200; add brilliant wine pairings for $95. For reservations, call 407-939-3862. A jacket is required for men. Valet parking is complimentary — and you car will be waiting at evening’s end.

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