Back in 1922, there was just a large sandhill, longleaf pines, a shovel, and Edward Bok’s vision. Later on, in 1994, the Bok Tower Gardens Board of Directors broke ground to build the current Visitor Center. On Friday, October 24, 2014, hundreds will gather to make history again at Bok Tower Gardens. Gifts received to date for the Preserve the Legacy, Steward the Future capital campaign are fueling the start of Phase I projects this fall.


It has been officially confirmed that the “Move It! Shake It! Dance & Play it!” Street Party will make its debut at the Magic Kingdom Park on Friday, October 24, 2014! With completely new music, added characters, and refreshed floats, Guests visiting the park will have a new opportunity to become part of the show. Once Guests have moved it, shaken it, and danced it, they will be able to decide what comes next by voting for the next song on the party playlist!


Good evening, everyone! Before the day officially comes to a close, we would like to share with you some photos showing the work that has been done around Universal's CityWalk in the past few days. As you will see, the new Cowfish restaurant is definitely ready to welcome Guests. This new location is expected to open in a matter of weeks, even though no official date has been released to the public yet. Come along with us as we take a look around:


The "People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals" association (commonly known as PETA) continues to attack the SeaWorld Parks, filing numerous charges against them and their practices with the animals they care for. While many of us do not have all the information necessary to decide who is right and wrong, it is interesting to see how much the association is doing to discredit SeaWorld. And its attacks are definitely getting more intense.


The Butterfly Garden is a small Epcot area located next to an empty hallway previously occupied by multiple Communicore exhibits. The entire area suddenly closed to the public many months ago after a major utility accident happened after park hours. Rumors refer to the development of a small sinkhole, but more reliable sources pointed to major pipe issues resulting from the removal of a temporary exhibit. Let's take a look around:



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