Here is a quick recap of the blogs posted on TMSM for November 18th, 2015.

Second Pedestrian Bridge is Now Open at Disney Springs

From Darcy Clark, Disney Springs Marketing Manager and posted on the Disney Parks Blog. Earlier this fall, our first pedestrian bridge opened near Team Disney. Yesterday, we celebrated the official debut of the second bridge, linking Hotel Plaza Boulevard to Disney Springs Marketplace more safely and efficiently than ever before. Along with several fellow cast members…READ MORE


Happy Birthday Mickey Mouse!

Today is the date that Disney Fans everywhere consider to be the Birthday of Mickey Mouse! He’s looking great for 87! On today’s date, November 18, 1928, Mickey Mouse starred in Steamboat Willie, the first commercially successful animated cartoon to use synchronized sound. Disney’s third Mickey short (but the first with sound) debuts as a…READ MORE


Today In Disney History ~ November 18th

Today In Disney History ~ November 18th From Wiki: Self-proclaimed troublemaker Owen Wilson was born in Dallas, to Irish-American parents originally from Massachusetts. He grew up in Texas with his mother, Laura (Cunningham), a photographer; his father, Robert Andrew Wilson, an ad exec; and his brothers, Andrew Wilson (the eldest) and Luke Wilson (the…READ MORE


No Injuries at Monorail Incident This Afternoon

Rumors have been flying about an accident that happened at Walt Disney World today with their monorail system. Here’s what we’re hearing….. A Disney monorail (peach) has crashed into a tow vehicle, which caused all monorail service to halt. There were no reported injuries, and there’s no word as to when the monorail service will…READ MORE


TMSM’s Adventures in Florida Living ~ How Quickly Things Can Change

It’s time for our weekly Florida Living update, and this week we have to talk about the good things, along with some bad, so lets get started. Last week, we were able to attend the taping for Disney’s Christmas Parade that will air on ABC Christmas day. The amount of effort and work that goes…READ MORE




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