Your Daily Weekly: Arabian Nights closes after 25 years, whales beached in Everglades and theater accidentally shows kids NSFW movie trailer

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Down in Kissimmee, Arabian Nights, a long-time dinner theater staple closes its doors for good: “Unfortunately, we have reached a point where the marketplace demands a cheaper product than we can provide," owner Mark Miller said. (source: Orlando Sentinel)

Dozens of whales are beached and dying in the Florida Everglades. Saving them said to be "a largely, but not entirely, hopeless undertaking." (Source: CNN)

Wait, that's not Anna. And that's not Kristoff!
  • Wait, that's not Anna. And that's not Kristoff!

Wait, that's not Anna. And that's not Kristoff!

A Florida theater accidentally showed sexually explicit clips from Lars Von Trier's upcoming movie, Nymphomaniac, instead of the Disney movie Frozen. "They put in the filler, it looked like Steamboat Willie, the old Mickey Mouse cartoon, and then all of a sudden it goes into this other scene," said grandmother Lynn Greene, who tried to prevent her grandson from seeing the racy material. (Source: UPI)

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