Whichever Disney exec decided to blend Star Wars with Tiny Tower deserves a raise.
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Where’s My Water? 2 is a fun game but it has a lot to live up to in terms of the original and it falls a bit short.
The Mickey in Where’s My Micky? isn’t the one you see on Disney Channel these days. Instead, it’s the original mouse – who’s mischievous and not afraid to push the line.
On Tuesday night, July 23rd, it’s Disney’s “Fantasia,” live in concert at The Mann Center.
If you’re thinking about bringing your pet along on a summer vacation, there are plenty of pet-friendly vacation spots and lodging options from which to choose.
Generally apps that rehash other titles have a “been there, done that” quality surrounding them. But Disney’s ‘Mittens’ borrows so heavily from so many games that it almost feels fresh again.
It’s easy to brush off promotional tie-ins with movies, but to do so with Wreck-It Ralph would be a mistake.
Mo Willems, the former Sesame Street writer, has a string of successful books starring a somewhat demanding pigeon. Now he’s gone interactive and the result is delightful.
More Star Wars movies on the way? Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm could leave fans and shareholders in 7th heaven.
Facebook is raising the price of its IPO, a sign of high demand for the stock. But a recent poll finds half of Americans think Facebook is just a fad.
With the Muppet Mail app, you’re able to create a Muppet version of yourself through facial recognition technology
Chris discusses Rick Santorum’s Presidential campaign and Michele Bachmann’s decision to drop out, a grenade found at the King of Prussia Mall, a dispute over a tribute to Michael Landon in Collingswood, and talks to Daily News Editor Larry Platt about the city’s DROP program.
While many movie tie-in apps are disappointing, the Beauty and the Beast Storybook Deluxe offers several kid-friendly features that will keep your little one engaged.
Rock-n-roll marathons are popular with runners because the live music helps keep the adrenaline, and the legs, pumping.