Due to park closures, this years Dapper Day is at home! Everyone can still get dolled up and take photos!!!
Two phases are in place for Disney World to allow visitors back inside the park. The first calls for 50 percent capacity, and once conditions further improve, 75 percent capacity will be allowed. However, there is not a set date for either of these phases as pandemic conditions remain hard to predict.
The report recommends that markers be set in ride queues six feet apart to allow for social distancing, a precaution many grocery stores and essential businesses have adopted. Visitors 65 years and older, who are at a higher risk for contracting coronavirus, will be encouraged to stay at home.
Disney World staff will be required to wear face masks and regularly wipe down and disinfect all surfaces and railings. Employees will need to have their temperatures taken before working their shifts, and anyone above 100.4 degrees will be sent home.
Touch-less hand sanitizing stations will be added to every ride’s entry and exit, as well as ticketing areas and turnstiles.
This week’s Learn to Draw animation tutorial series continues with a lesson on how to create your own Sorcerer Mickey.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are thrust back in time to 1931, and are now stranded in New York City. The team must hurry to find out what went wrong before the all-new Zephyr time jumps. In order to save the future of S.H.I.E.L.D., they have to save HYDRA.
Clark Gregg, who plays Agent Coulson, shared new behind-the scenes photos on Instagram.
It was confirmed that Agent Sousa, played by Enver Gjokaj, will return to the 7th and final season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
No confirmation whether Agent Peggy Carter will have a cameo appearance.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. seventh season premieres May 27 on ABC.
It's a Small World Disneyland, Anaheim attraction celebrated it's 56th anniversary April 10.
Pictured below is one of the original ticket booths still in Disneyland Park. This one is on you way to It's A Small World.
The classic attraction, featuring designs by Disney Legend Mary Blair and music by Disney Legends the Sherman Brothers, debuted at the 1964 World's Fair. "it's a small world" now entertains guests at five Disney theme parks worldwide.
Intended to look like a child’s art project, the attraction is a look at the world through a child’s eyes.
Husband-and-wife team Marc and Alice Davis – (that’s Marc pictured above with Walt Disney and “it’s a small world” designer Mary Blair) were also instrumental in the creation of “it’s a small world” – Marc created many of the character vignettes, while Alice helped create many of the dolls’ costumes. They are the only married couple to have been honored with windows on Main Street, U.S.A.
The original concept featured the dolls singing the national anthems of their various countries. The result was, in Disney Legend Richard Sherman’s words, “a cacophony.” He and his brother, Robert, composed a simple song that could be translated into many languages and sung consistently throughout the attraction.
One of the most popular Disney attractions of all time, the show is a fun-filled and whimsical salute to the children of the world that conveys its message of peace and harmony through the international language of music.
It's just as beautiful after dark!
Holiday overlay. Guests will enjoy riding "it's a small world" again and again at Disneyland as they search for the Disney and Disney•Pixar characters now represented in the attraction as well as a restored "finale scene."
There are a lot of images from the dark ride. Everything - animatronics, are moving constantly, it's difficult to get a clear photo. I'm including them in the gallery below.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".