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The Passing of Diane Disney Miller

dianedisneymillerNovember 19, 2013, San Francisco, California—Diane Disney Miller, oldest daughter of Walt and Lilly Disney, has died in Napa, California at the age of 79 from injuries sustained in a fall.

At the time of her death, she was president of the Board of Directors of the Walt Disney Family Foundation, the nonprofit organization that owns and operates the Walt Disney Family Museum located in the Presidio in San Francisco. The museum, which opened in 2009, was established to promote and inspire creativity and innovation and celebrate and study the life of Walt Disney.

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Christmas at PortAventura 2013

Christmas Adventure 02Christmas is coming to PortAventura. From November 23rd the resort will transform into a fantastic winter dreamscape where young and old alike can enjoy a truly magical Christmas. With spectacular lighting, fir trees and festive decorations, plus 17 daily shows created especially for the season, PortAventura will become the perfect place to enjoy an unforgettable Christmas getaway or family holiday.

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REVIEW: Delusion: Masque of Mortality 2013

IMG_4249There’s no question; Delusion: Masque of Mortality was one of Southern California’s most highly anticipated attractions of 2013. When it was showcased this summer at ScareLA, fans went nuts as owner Jon Braver described what the elaborate theatrical experience would become for its third year. Ironically, the production’s setting – an old church – would prove to be the most challenging and ultimately, unforgiving venue that Braver has dealt with since Delusion began in Los Angeles several years ago…

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Tony Baxter Disneyland Window Ceremony

On November 1, 2013, legendary Disney Imagineer received the highest honor bestowed on any individual at Disneyland in Anaheim, California: a rare window on Main Street credit. Dotting Main Street, guests can see ornately decorated windows bearing peoples’ names and whimsical titles/artwork that pertain to the mark they have left on Disneyland and the Walt Disney Company as a whole. Without a doubt, Tony not only deserved this unique accolade – it is likely safe to say that he is the most iconic Imagineer that has touched the lives and helped shaped the enthusiasm of most of today’s Disneyland enthusiasts everywhere.

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