Joshua Wallack stops by the studio to give us an update on all of his projects. Lots of brand new details on Hogan’s Beach Shop, the Hollywood Plaza entertainment complex, and what’s next for the Skyplex project. We get new details on the funding behind Skyplex and why rooftop hotel was cut from the plans.
Ed calls in from Star Wars Celebration and gives us a trip report from the new dinner theater event at Sapphire Falls.
Today we take a bit more of a serious tone when Joshua Wallack, of Mango’s and Skyplex, stops by to talk about the recent news. He dives into all of the news in a one-on-one interview with Ken. Trump’s impact on tourism, how the Pulse shooting helped design Skyplex and what the next big trend is in tourism are all discussed. IAAPA predictions, Star Wars at DHS, the epic McDonald’s and more are brought up in this heartfelt post-election interview.
Jeannine of the Orlando Science Center shares details on how this local educational museum stays relevant in one of the most competitive markets for families in the nation. Details are given on updates to events, exhibits and future plans.
During the Punch List Jim and Ken talk about Disney World’s latest hard ticket events, Legoland’s announcements and rules bloggers should follow. The show starts with a rumor regarding Attractions Magazine and ends with an update to Kong.
Note- There is an unusual amount of static in today’s episode.
Today we have a special interview with Joshua Wallack, the visionary behind Skyplex and Mango’s Orlando. He sits down with us to talk about the struggle to build Skyplex, the benefits to the community, the new parking garage plaza, and Mango’s (which will be the largest Latin club in the U.S.).
During a shortened Punch List Jay, Jake and Ken talk Universal, I-Drive and Mummies.
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Today we are joined by BriMan of Orlando United for a discussion on the past, present and future of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando. Miami’s new megamall, Mango’s and Columbian burgers are brought up in this fun chat. During the punch list we talk about those shocking Q2 results from SEAS, updates to Magic Kingdom, Zagat’s latest Orlando rankings and a new museum opening in town devoted to pencils. In the pre-Punch List chat Ken reviews Taste of the Nation 2015 while Lissa tells of some bad service she recently received at DHS. Ken admits to disliking Kickstarter while Jay admits to not listening to the show.