Daily Archives: December 6, 2012

Starbucks to replace Market House @ Disney – no more free coffee refills!

Market House Coffee

Disney is in the early stages of designing the look for the classic Main Street’s Market House for when Starbucks comes in next year, said Suzi Brown, a Disneyland Resort spokeswoman.  The Market House will temporarily close for renovations sometime next year and re-open with Starbucks products in late 2013, according to the O.C. Register.

So does this mean there will be no more free coffee refills at the Market House?  One annual passholder isn’t happy about that.  Ginger Miller, of Chatsworth, said she is upset about the prospect of Disneyland changing Market House, especially the possibility of halting the free refills. She started a Facebook page, “Save Free Coffee Refills at Market House Disneyland.” Continue reading

Ride Review: The Matterhorn’s Bobsleds


Recently remodeled, a true e-ticket, the Matterhorn Bobsleds is exactly what one expects. A slippery and fast ride through the icy caves, with lots of sharp turns. Begin your expedition by entering the dark caves, the smell of wet asphalt fills the air, you’re headed towards the light. ROAR! The red eyes of the abominable snowman pierce through the curtain of darkness and off you speedily ascend and descend the mountain! Continue reading

Santa Ana couple arrested for pimping at a Motel 6 by Disneyland

Picture courtesy of the Anaheim Police Dept.

Anaheim police and members of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force arrested Andres Parra Terrones, 28, of Santa Ana and Irina Martinez, 27, of Anaheim on Monday following an investigation into the prostitution ring. Officials say the two ran their “business” out of the Motel 6 at 100 W. Disney Way, according to the LAist.com.

Anaheim Police vice investigators hope the booking photos of the suspects may lead other women to come forward. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Anaheim Police Department Vice Detail at 714.765.1482 or the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force at 888.373.7888 or here, according to the OC Weekly. Continue reading