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“Passholders on the monthly payment program were incorrectly charged today. We are in the process of reversing these charges and apologize for the inconvenience this caused,” Disney said Friday.
Hemp grower Treadwell Farms in Eustis is offering BOGO CBD oil through July 5 with promo code PATRIOTIC.
Social distancing measures will force Disneyland and Disney California Adventure to maintain a safety buffer between Disney’s cast of characters and the visitors who want a souvenir selfie with their favorite princess, superhero or cartoon character.
Subscription meal service Blue Apron will take $20 off each week for the first four weeks for new subscribers.
Disney is indefinitely suspending the Disney College Program, saying it doesn’t know when it can reopen the Disney-owned apartments where the students had lived together.
Attorneys and appraisers say the sweeping ruling could help other hotel owners challenge their own tax assessments. Disney alone is already contesting the appraisals of more than 10 of its other hotels.
Walt Disney World and the lodging industry lobby just won a sweeping legal victory that could save Disney and other big hotel owners millions of dollars in taxes.
Social distancing measures will force Disneyland and Disney California Adventure to keep some parades, nighttime spectaculars, shows, rides and attractions closed once the parks reopen following an extended coronavirus closure.
Plus: Disney did the right thing on Splash Mountain — so what’s next?
California theme park reopening plans were put on hold when state officials indicated COVID-19 health and safety guidelines for the industry would not be issued 'until sometime after July 4.'
Mandatory mask policies have become a lightning rod in American culture amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the debate over face coverings extends to the Disneyland faithful as well.
Fireworks to be watched from home or the car, patriotic decorating contests are some of the activities being tried.
The Beverly Hills-based EDM live events production company has produced a handful of virtual events and is now looking to expand its Park 'N Rave series.
Scoring a ticket to Disneyland after the COVID-19 closure ends will be next to impossible if the first few weeks of operations at the reopened Shanghai Disneyland and reservation requests for the soon-to-reopen Disney World parks are any guide.
By deciding to change the theme of Splash Mountain, Disney did the right thing both ethically and economically. Those two don’t always go together. But they did here. As a multimedia entertainment giant, Disney wants three-tool franchises — ones that work in its theme parks, sell merchandise and play to large audiences in movies or