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A Woman Pretends Her Son Has Cancer, Gets $25,000 in Donations . . . Then Takes the Family to Disneyland

28-year-old Sandy Thi Nguyen of Aurora, Colorado was just busted for pretending her six-year-old son had cancer . . . accepting $25,000 in donations from the community . . . then using some of the donations to take her family to Disneyland.

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Disabled Man Wins Settlement From Disneyland

A disabled man was awarded $8,000 by Disneyland after the “It’s A Small World” exhibit broke down, stranding him in a boat for a half hour.

According to court records the award was for pain and suffering, and disability law violations

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US Theme Park Attendance Is Soaring Higher Than a Roller Coaster — Dollars and Sense

Americans may have fewer entertainment dollars to spend these days, but according to new attendance estimates, they seem to be spending more of them at theme parks — and the Harry Potter phenomenon has a lot to do with it.

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Generous Nine-Year-Old Gives Away Disney Trips to Military Families

Brendan Haas came up with a pretty cool way to give back to military families. Inspired by the famous story of the guy who through a long chain of Craigslist trades was able to turn a paperclip into a house, a nine-year old launched what he called the “Soldier for a Soldier” initiative. Starting with a toy soldier, Haas kept trading up until he amassed $900 worth of Disney gift certificates, airfare and hotel credits.

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What’s the Most Popular Summer Vacation Destination? — Survey of the Day

Despite rising fuel prices, many Americans still plan to venture out on vacation when the weather gets really warm and the kids are home from school.

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Why Did Disney Lift Their Ban on Theme Park Employees With Beards?

Back when Disneyland was established in 1955, Walt Disney was very clear. He wanted his employees to have a clean-cut, all-American look...and not look like crazy scraggly carny folk. So he established a no beards policy.

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Tri-Cities Would You Like To Have An Amusement Park? Help Us Get To 10,000 Votes For Yes

Big Jim & Stacy Lee opened up the can of worms this morning, asking the question.. Would you want an Amusement Park here in the Tri-Cities?

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