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  • Universal's partnership with Legendary films may help shape theme parks

    Universal's partnership with Legendary films may help shape theme parks
    The latest haunted house unveiled for this fall's Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando will have a purpose beyond creeping out visitors. It also will help Universal Pictures and Legendary Entertainment promote their new movie, "Dracula Untold,"...
  • Wanna kill zombies? Knott's Halloween Haunt supplies guns and ammo

    Wanna kill zombies? Knott's Halloween Haunt supplies guns and ammo
    An interactive zombie-killing experience at Knott's Halloween Haunt will arm visitors with simulated military-style rifles and send them on a mission to save the world from an undead apocalypse.   The new Special Ops: Infected zombie apocalypse...
  • Phantoms' new mascot, MeLVin, makes his debut

    The Lehigh Valley Phantoms have inked a mascot. MeLVin. So maybe it's not as catchy as San Diego Chicken or Phillie Phanatic, but it's got an obvious local hook. The LV, as you may have surmised, refers to the team's new home, the Lehigh Valley. He'...
  • How to get fluent fast

    How to get fluent fast
    "Fluent Forever: How to Learn Any Language Fast and Never Forget It" Harmony, $16 Learning a language is like fencing, writes Gabriel Wyner. "Stabbing friends with pointy metal objects resembles language learning more than you might think," he...
  • Disney-inspired PANDORA Jewelry coming to parks

    Disney-inspired PANDORA Jewelry coming to parks
    Long before the Avatar-inspired land of Pandora comes to Disney's Animal Kingdom, a jewelry brand of the same name will find its way into Walt Disney World parks.  A new line of Disney-inspired PANDORA Jewelry will be exclusive to Disney Parks beginning...
  • China's Wanda to Build 200 Baby King Theme Parks

    HONG KONG - Dalian Wanda Group, already China's biggest property developer and one of the world's largest cinema owners, is hatching plans to build 200 theme parks targeted at young children. The company said that the "Wanda Baby King" parks will be...
  • 23 ways to stay cool at Magic Kingdom

    23 ways to stay cool at Magic Kingdom
    The heat is still on for Central Florida theme park visitors.   We are nearing the season where many choose to visit Walt Disney World because the parks are less crowded, but the temperatures will remain higher than desired for weeks after the...
  • Accesso plans to take attractions technology into South Korea

    Accesso Technology Group, the attractions-industry company with North American operations based in Lake Mary, has its eye on South Korean theme parks. Accesso just signed a three-year deal with South Korean consultant Vision Works Global to help broker...
  • Remembering the day Fabio got goosed at Busch Gardens

    Remembering the day Fabio got goosed at Busch Gardens
     This is not a funny story. A person gets hurt. An animal gets killed. And lots of people get spatterd with blood.  Except that it is funny, just on the sheer improbability of the details.  In honor of National Roller Coaster Day on Saturday, we...
  • The fastest, tallest and coolest of Hampton Roads' roller coasters

    The fastest, tallest and coolest of Hampton Roads' roller coasters
    Saturday, in case you didn't know it, is National Roller Coaster Day. Yes, yes, we know. They have a "national day" or "national week" for everything now. Who can keep up? But National Roller Coaster Day is a pretty cool one, you'd have to admit,...
  • Say cheese! It's almost time for Cheese Days

    Say cheese! It's almost time for Cheese Days
    Bill Ross is a longtime Wisconsin mayor who works for the dairy industry and writes murder mystery novels. The setting for his newest release, "Love's Obsession," is Monroe: population 10,800 and his city of governance. The crime happens on the town...