Monthly Archives: December 2013

E-Da Theme Park 4: Celebration of Taiwan

Wow, it has been a long time! Apologies on the long delay between articles. We now return you to the program, already in progress. The hospitality industry is a growing field in Taiwan as more leisure facilities open and the number of tourists from mainland China flood the island nation. Many colleges have sought to […]

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Comedy Warehouse Back For A Holiday Limited Engagement

When Pleasure Island at Walt Disney World closed in 2008, most Disney fans mourned the loss of the Adventurer’s Club, one of the most unique night clubs on the planet. However, for me, I was deeply saddened to lost the Comedy Warehouse. It was my first introduction to live improv comedy and from the time […]

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Moment Factory Revitalizes Atlantic City

In July 2010, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie envisioned some new gaming laws and legislation that would help bring more tourists to the Jersey Shore and make it more of a destination to compete with bigger draws like New York City. Out of this initiative, the Atlantic City Alliance was formed in April 2012 and […]

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Firing Up Maximum RPM For Potential Buyers

Fans of this site know that Hard Rock Park holds a special place in my heart for how ground breaking it was in so many ways and for what the future could have been. Residents of Myrtle Beach have been driving by the former site for years peering over the fences, looking for any signs […]

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The Ride Holiday Edition: A Perfect Way To See Christmas In New York

This weekend I took a whirlwind trip up to New York City with my brother. The goal was to cram as much into 24 hours as we could and get back before Monday. We experienced 700 Sundays, a heartwarming one-man show starring Billy Crystal and the time he spent with his Dad and how precious […]

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It’s Kind of A Cute Story Blends Artwork and Anecdotes Seamlessly

Ever since I was about 10 years old, I have been collecting books about Disney and theme parks. Over the years, I have accumulated a small library consisting of hundreds of books which all cover the same topics: roller coasters, building theme parks and trivia. These reads typically come in one of two types: coffee […]

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