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  1. By the Numbers - July 9th, 2012

    The Tinker Bell Half Marathon is racing towards a very quick sellout and the Princess Half Marathon is just hours away from opening! This is the best time of year to be a runDisney data nerd.
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    2013 Expedition Everest Challenge – May 4, 2013

    Still no official information available on the 2013 event but hopefully we’ll have a few details soon. In 2012, the 5th anniversary edition sold out ...

    Updated 07-09-2012 at 08:49 PM by RunningFool

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  2. Next Stop for First Aid

    Disneyland employees upset that they’re losing the last of their lockers ( and that Cast Member First Aid has cut back on its hours ( have just learned that the park is making it even tougher on workers who get injured: Cast Member First Aid will relocate to the lockers’ more distant second-story location above Cash Control.

    The lockers will shut down July 16, and an elevator will be added to ease access ...
  3. Fantasyland's Puppy Potty

    As reported in “Grad Nite-mare” (, the Brave meet-and-great/activity area at Disneyland opened as scheduled in the sea serpent planter near It’s a Small World. Unfortunately, Creative Entertainment evidently forgot that the planter is a designated “Service Animal Relief Area” (translation: a bathroom for seeing eye dogs).

    Cast members have been instructed not to turn away guests and their service animals. While no difficulties have yet arisen, ...
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  4. Take a Ride with Imagineer Bob Gurr

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    The memoirs of veteran Imagineer Bob Gurr—the designer of the original Autopia cars, Monorails, and countless other vehicle-based Disneyland attractions—have just rolled off the press. Alas, those presses are located in Hong Kong, so we’ll have to wait about four more weeks before the first printing arrives in the U.S.

    The shipment includes 2,000 books, including 1,000 signed-and-numbered collectors’ editions, the majority of which are already ...
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  5. Princesses Not Packing their Bags Quite Yet?

    Plaza Gardens is finally shedding its gold paint, a last remnant from Disneyland’s 50th anniversary makeover. This week, painters could be seen returning the structure to its former red and white color scheme.

    The freshening up, however, begs the question: Why is the park spending the money to spruce up a facility that is supposed to be torn down to provide a new home for the Princess Faire? Some sources indicate the relocation has been temporarily delayed, possibly due to budgetary ...
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