If you’ve always wanted to live happily ever after in your own personal palace, we have just the place for you.
On the market for $2.5 million, a historic storybook home in the Hollywood Hills awaits a fairy-tale ending. The home last changed hands in 2006 for $1.57 million, and has been lovingly maintained and modernized over the decades.… Read More
For nearly a year, Disneyland and California’s other large theme parks have mostly been quiet, shuttered to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Some, like Disneyland and Magic Mountain in Valencia, have seen a different kind of visitor in their new roles as mass vaccination sites.
Now lawmakers in Southern California are proposing a bill that would speed up reopening, ahead of the state’s plans.
On Thursday, Assemblymembers Sharon Quirk-Silva, D-Fullerton, and Suzette Martinez Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, introduced a bipartisan bill, AB420, that could potentially see large amusement parks reopen at the same time as medium-sized ones, in the orange tier. That tier indicates moderate spread of COVID-19, with daily cases ranging from 1 to 3.9 new daily cases per 100,000 people.… Read More
I danced with you once upon a dream…
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It was Disney’s last fairytale adaptation
In the Season 3 premiere of Legacies, both Hope and Landon are still unconscious for very different, but connected, reasons.
When Season 2 of Legacies was forced to end prematurely by the COVID-19 pandemic, both Hope and Landon were left unconscious. Hope had failed to wake up after going into Josie’s mind to help her retake control from the evil, black magic-infused version of herself. Meanwhile, immortal phoenix Landon was stabbed by a Necromancer-controlled Rafael with a golden arrow. In the Season 3 premiere, “We’re Not Worthy,” Alaric is still trying to wake the pair up, but it will come as no surprise that things are never that simple on Legacies.
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One of our favourite things about TikTok is how it introduces us to content we never really knew we needed. From this oddly satisfying twisted candle tutorial and genius garlic cooking hack to the #relatable Bridgerton Challenge, there’s never a dull day in the land of TikTok. Our latest discovery? A costume designer that recreates Disney princess dresses – um, amazing.
Rosie Somerville (@_valentinemoon_) describes herself as both a “Disney lover” and “Ravenclaw/Slytherin” so she’s already a woman after our own hearts. She’s also super talented, with over 328k followers, transforming some of the most memorable style moments from your childhood into real-life ‘fits. Rosie documents the process of creating each look from start to finish, making for some truly addictive watching. Think: Project Runway-meet-Disney goodness – need we say more?
Check out her take on Belle’s iconic marigold ballgown from Beauty and the Beast: