Author Archives: Chuck Mirarchi

Originally from Philadelphia and now living in New York City, Chuck has worn many hats including pastry chef, hotel manager and his current position as a publicist. Ever since he was a kid, Chuck had a passion about everything Walt Disney including going on a local Philly quiz show when he was twelve where his area of expertise was Walt Disney. He loves going to see great performers, amazing museums, seeing Broadway shows, eating in all kinds of restaurants and traveling. Chuck's favorite cities to visit are Paris, London, Las Vegas and Turin. He, of course, loves Walt Disney World and Disneyland.


The Swan & Dolphin Resorts’ Landscaping – Breaking New Ground – Part Two

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To see the beginning of the story on how the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotels‘ unique landscaping came to be, read Part One of this series HERE. CREATING THE […]


The Swan & Dolphin Resorts’ Landscaping – Breaking New Ground – Part One

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The Swan and Dolphin Resort Hotels at Walt Disney World spark strong opinions among Disney fans and guests. Previously we took a look at the history of these two resorts […]


10 Must-Have Gifts for the Disney Fanatic

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It may be the “most wonderful time of the year” with the exception of holiday shopping. Sometimes it is hard to shop for friends and family, and if they are […]


Celebrating 90 Years of Mickey Mouse at the Paley Center for Media in NYC

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The Walt Disney Company is pulling out all the stops to celebrate Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday — and rightfully so. Spanning the globe, birthday celebrations will take place at all Disney […]


Honoring Mickey Mouse’s 90th Anniversary – ‘Mickey: The True Original Exhibition’ Opens in New York City

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After losing the rights to Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, one would think that Walt Disney would be very unlucky. However, on the train ride back to Los Angeles, Walt would […]




A Trek Through the History of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Part Two

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In part one of A Trek Through the History of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, we took a look at the architecture and lighting that makes this resort so unique. Now […]