What's your July Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

What's your June Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

What's your May Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

What's your April Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

Purchase Tickets From Disabled Spectator NOW! Disabled Spectator is excited to announce the sale of tickets to concerts, sporting events, plays, and more. You can purchase tickets via Disabled Spectator’s website here. You can also purchase them by clicking the “Buy Tickets” tab above. Purchasing tickets from Disabled...

What's your March Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

What's your February Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

Service Fees Are Now A Common Practice In The Ticket Industry, But Why? You may notice that every time you purchase a ticket, you are charged service fees. You see it when purchasing tickets to the theater, concerts, and sports events. It is a common practice...

Purchasing ADA Seats People with disabilities want to attend entertainment and sporting events just like everybody else. But to do so, they need venues to be accessible, they need to be able to gain accurate and reliable information regarding accessibility, and purchasing ADA seats need not be...

Dodger Stadium Accessibility Disabled Spectator is excited to announce a new feature to our website. We’ve begun reviewing stadiums locally in Los Angeles and we’re proud to say that our first review is in. Please see our accessibility review of Dodger Stadium. Our review is intended to...