This new phase permitted “limited services” including retail with curbside pickup and outdoor museums. But now, counties are able to make their own decisions regarding reopening in-store retail.
Although Florida public schools remained closed through the end of the spring semester, some Florida universities are already inching towards re-opening.
No official dates have been announced yet, but select universities are planning on re-opening for the Fall 2020 semester.
The state of California has slowly been re-opening in accordance with Governor Newsom’s Four-Stage Plan.
The state recently transitioned into Phase Two, which reopens retail stores and select restaurants with modifications. Today, Governor Newsom commented on how the state has been progressing since moving into this second phase.
There has been a lot of news surrounding theme parks reopening around the world.
While Shanghai Disneyland has reopened with some new procedures, Disney World and Disneyland are considering changes they could make before they open their gates to the public. However, theme parks everywhere are having to consider if they will even reopen at all in 2020.
Bob Iger — Disney executive chairman and former CEO — is one of 70 individuals joining a business recovery task force for California.
Bob Iger was named to the task force by California Governor Gavin Newsom along with Apple CEO Tim Cook and four former state governors including Arnold Schwarzenegger, among others. [Read more…]
UPDATE: While Disney was exempt from the recommendation, Disneyland has officially announced that the parks will temporarily close beginning March 14th. The resorts will close beginning on March 16th. And Downtown Disney will remain open for the time being. Learn more about the closure here.
It was announced Thursday morning that Gavin Newsom, the Governor of California, has recommended the canceling of gatherings of 250 or more people.
A few industries and institutions received special exemptions from this order, notably the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim.
Disneyland is throwing quite a few late-night parties this year. These Disneyland After Dark events are a great way to ride your favorite rides with little to no wait. They’re also a great place to scope out some pretty unique snacks and drinks.
If you’ve been wanting to experience what an after-hours event is like we know how you can score some FREE tix.
Dining in Disneyland columnist Heather Sievers has an awesome review of a Disney food location that many of us haven’t seen…
When most people hear the word Disney, they don’t think of Hollywood. However, located right across the street from Grauman’s (aka Mann’s) Chinese Theatre, there is a very fun place that many Disney fans may have not had a chance to visit.
Disney’s Soda Fountain & Studio Store is conveniently connected to [Read more…]
The next review in our Dining in Disneyland column from Heather Sievers!
I’ve dined at Catal in Downtown Disney, Anaheim, a few times, but this last visit was definitely worth writing home — I mean to you guys — about. The funny thing about this dinner is that we were going for a light, inexpensive dinner; we were just going to share something or get a few appetizers. Nothing major. I wasn’t even sure it would be review worthy, but I did bring my camera, just in case… . Well, that all changed when we sat down and cracked open our menus. We decided to go big!
Catal is located smack in the middle of Downtown Disney, Anaheim. It is a [Read more…]