Bob Iger & Willow Bay Donating $5 Million to Los Angeles Small Businesses

Walt Disney Company executive chairman Bob Iger and his wife Willow Bay are donating $5 million to help Los Angeles small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti made the announcement on Thursday. https://twitter.com/MayorOfLA/status/1349887845662486530?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1349887845662486530%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.foxbusiness.com%2Fbusiness-leaders%2Fdisneys-bob-iger-donates-5-million-to-los-angeles-small-businesses-strugglign-in-pandemic Iger and Bay, the dean of USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, previously donated $500,000 to the... Continue Reading →

BREAKING: Disneyland Cancels Annual Passholder Programs

Disneyland is cancelling its annual passholder program due to the pandemic. Once the California Parks reopen, there's concern the demand by fans could overwhelm the company's capacity guidelines. Therefore, annual passes will be ruled out. According to OC Register, Disneyland will start issuing prorated refunds to annual passholders starting Thursday, Jan. 14. A new Disneyland... Continue Reading →

Disneyland Paris to Close October 30th Due to France COVID-19 Restrictions

Disneyland Paris is forced to close its gates once again due to coronavirus in France. French President Emmanuel Macron officially announced lockdown measures for the entire country starting this Friday October 30. https://twitter.com/emmanuelmacron/status/1321549055785377793?s=21 This decision will force closures at Disneyland Paris starting October 30th. There is currently no end date for these new restrictions put... Continue Reading →

Disney California Adventure Opening Buena Vista Street for Dining & Shopping This Holiday Season

Disney California Adventure is reopening this Christmas season... well, kind of. Disneyland Resort is reopening DCA's Buena Vista Street this November for dining and shopping experiences. California has recently issued guidelines for theme parks to reopen safely during the pandemic, but larger parks like Disneyland are not currently allowed to operate yet. Shopping: Elias &... Continue Reading →

California Attractions and Parks Association Asks State to Seek Feedback on Reopening Guidelines

The California Attractions and Parks Association, which represents Disneyland and other parks, is asking state officials to listen to theme park operators’ recommendations and modify some protocols before issuing reopening guidelines. The Orange County Register acquired this quote from the group: “We ask the governor not to finalize guidance for amusement parks before engaging the... Continue Reading →

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