Ep239: Tomorrowland In Space

by | Jan 16, 2019 | 0 comments


In this episode, Gavin talks about a personal project for an organization in Santa Ana that he’ll be donating proceeds from some of his Etsy sales.

Please note that we are not affiliated with the organization, this is just a cause that Gavin has decided to help this year. 

The organization is called the Orangewood Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Here is some info from their website:

“…and one of the leading providers of services to current and former foster youth in Orange County. We help almost 2,000 foster and community youth annually prepare for independent adulthood.

The “Orangewood Way” recognizes that our relationship with our youth is one of collaboration and partnership. Our staff work one-on-one with our youth to help them identify their own strengths, attributes, and aptitudes to empower them to overcome their challenges and reach their greatest potential. Our staff work with youth in four critical areas: health & wellness, housing, life skills & employment, and education. We meet a broad array of needs: from groceries and a hot meal, to transitional housing, to life skills workshops and employment leads, to our innovative Samueli Academy charter high school and scholarships for college and graduate school.”

Check out this video:

For more info on the Orangewood Foundation you can go here:


If you would like to help by purchasing some of Gavin’s art, click the image below to check out his Etsy shop.


The festivities for Mickey and Minnie have officially begun during the Get Your Ears On celebration and guess what got new stickers: the monorail! 

Monorail Blue recently got a little Mickey Mouse pizzazz for the celebration. Here is a post by the user @disneylandnewstoday on Instagram:

What do you think of the stickers? Are they better than the Pixar Fest monorail decorations? Let us know in the comments section below!

If you have any thoughts, comments or suggestions on any of the other topics in this episode, we’d love to hear from you! Leave a comment down below or connect with us on social media!

Big Al

In this episode we talked about where "Big Al" got his name, well, it was non other than "Big Al" Al Bertino a former Disney Animator! Check out the photo below, do you think they look alike.

Until next time! °o°

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