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The Things You Find Buried In Your Basement…

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January 29, 2015
The Things You Find Buried In Your Basement…

. During a recent purge of our basement storage room, I came across an interesting find. Buried in the bottom of a dusty old box, I found a stash of vintage comic books.     .The first few were from the early to mid-seventies. It’s always humorous to browse the inside cover to read what treasures were being...
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Dining Decision Dilemma

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January 28, 2015
Dining Decision Dilemma

I was in a bit of a creative slump this morning and having a difficult time deciding what Disney topic to write about. Of course, my mind went directly to food! I’m sure that food is not the first thing that comes to mind for everyone when thinking about Walt Disney World, but it certainly...
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“Imagine” my surprise….

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January 27, 2015
“Imagine” my surprise….

Hello my friends!!!  I hope everyone is enjoying their winter! Here in Chicago, we actually have had a mild winter….unlike our polar vortex from last year! LOL I wanted to share a fun find we discovered on our recent vacation last August! As many of you know from my previous articles, I love discovering...
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Disney Dating

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January 16, 2015
Disney Dating

  When you’re a part of a family, like I am, it’s important to take a little time away from the kids. A date night with your significant other can help recharge your romantic batteries or rekindle a flame you thought was long extinguished. Well when you’re part of a Disney family, a Disney...
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Cinderella

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December 30, 2014
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On December 23rd, I was invited to attend a performance of Rodgers and Hammersteins’s “Cinderella” at the Cadillac Palace Theater in Chicago!       Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II joined together in the 1940’s to create the most successful paternership in American musical theater. Oklahoma (1943) was the first musical, the first...
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Tokyo Dining Review

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December 29, 2014
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There are many things in this life that I obsess over, and two of those things are Japan and good food. When those two things combine, I am one happy girl. I recently dined at Tokyo Dining, a restaurant I hadn’t been to in several years, and my experience was one of the best...
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Top Disney Moments of 2014

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December 24, 2014
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For the Disney Parks and Walt Disney Studios, 2014 was a year of grand openings, shocking closings, refurbishments, box-office hits, mediocre media promotions, and a Frozen explosion. Depending on who you ask, not all of these moments deserved a cheer. Matter of fact, jeers were abound for a few of the Disney Parks’ announcements....
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Mealtime Malice

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December 16, 2014
Mealtime Malice

Whenever I travel, I have an interesting time when it comes to eating. For starters, I tend to be a picky eater and I also have food allergies.  I can’t eat any seafood. Even the smell can make me nauseous. In addition to that, I also have an issue eating turkey, ham, and chicken....
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Pixar In Concert

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December 16, 2014
Pixar In Concert

  On Friday November 28th, I had the pleasure of attending Pixar In Concert, at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, along with Princess Kayla and my mom! In my last article, I gave mention to this event and encouraged others to attend! http://www.wdwfanzone.com/2014/11/november-in-chicago-has-toys-and-music-disney-style/ This concert began CSO’s At The Movies series, which runs through next...
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Via Napoli Pizza in NYC!

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December 10, 2014
Via Napoli Pizza in NYC!

I am a pizza snob.  That’s right, I have no problems admitting it.  Having grown up NJ, I’ve had had many a great pizza restaurant to choose from.  When I started travelling more as I got older, I discovered not all pizza is like what I have grown to love.  Its just not made...
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