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The Friend Trend
The Friend Trend In issue #0, written by Jesse Blaze Snider, Andy gets a surprise toy that just happens to be another Buzz Lightyear action figure. Obviously, Andy wants to

Characters come to life at cafe
Aladdin, Jasmine, Buzz Lightyear, Woody and Mulan. Children are encouraged to dress as their favorite storybook character and parents should bring along

Screen savers: Put the postapocalyptic doom behind you in theaters the rest of ...
Screen savers: Put the postapocalyptic doom behind you in theaters the rest of ... "Toy Story 3" — The whole gang is back, led by the voices of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen as Woody and Buzz Lightyear. This time around, the toys get left behind

Hot film prospects link 2009 and 2010
Pixar will offer up the latest installment in its Buzz Lightyear mega-franchise when it releases "Toy Story 3" on June 18. That movie will no doubt earn a

Raising a Lost Boy - And Girl - from Neverland
Raising a Lost Boy - And Girl - from Neverland In the course of three hours we experienced 10 attractions, including some of her favorites like the Astro Orbitor and Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger

Frigid temps good news for local skaters
There are theme skates throughout the year featuring SpongeBob, Buzz Lightyear and Woody, Santa Claus, Frosty and Elvis. • Seven Bridges Ice Arena: 6690 S.

The greatest Q+A never told
The greatest Q+A never told A I work out of my house, and I have cluster of awards displayed on a shelf in my office, alongside a talking Buzz Lightyear, a Wright Flyer model,

Capturing the science (and magic) of Pixar at Science Museum of Minnesota

It was created by the Museum of Science in Boston, who worked closely with Pixar to ensure the exhibit itself combines fun, science, and nostalgia, as it brings the filmmaking process to life. A quick video provides a tour of the Pixar studios, and introduces us to some of the processes it takes to make a movie come to life. “The exhibit a good fit for our mission, and it gives us the opportunity to show kids that having a job in science isn’t just about wearing a lab coat and looking through a microscope,” says Ramsden. Visitors have the ability to see every step of the creative process, and how science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) come together to make these films possible. This is the only Midwest stop of the 12,000-square-foot traveling exhibit’s 10-year tour.

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