Yard debris collection update

The City of Orlando has just released an update on what to expect from the upcoming hurricane cleanup process. According to a release from the City, they are...

Parliament House owner selling adjacent land

According to a report by the Orlando Sentinel the owners of Parliament House are selling five acres of nearby land to "settle unresolved debt that has hounded them for more...

Sunlife Grocery and Market is getting a facelift

The Sunlife Grocery and Market has applied for assistance through the City's Small Business Facade Program in order to freshen up their exterior. The owners of Sunlife Grocery,...

Rick and Morty-themed van coming to Orlando, September 26

Adult Swim's Rick and Morty-themed mobile shop, the Rickmobile, is touring the country and is coming to Orlando on September 26. The Orlando stop of this national tour is...

New Downtown Marriott files papers for new valet garage

The new Marriott Hotel project located on the rebranded Sheraton Hotel corner in Downtown Orlando has just filed to replat the southern portion of the property for...

Party on the Aspire rooftop with Urbanista, September 28

PROMO: The team at Urbanista Orlando (Website) is hosting a Property Management Appreciation party on the Aspire's rooftop deck, overlooking Lake Eola, on Thursday, September 28. Guests can...

The OMA is having a pop-up DIY art event, September 22

The Orlando Museum of Art is hosting an experimental event on September 22 that will transform the front foyer into an immersive, DIY pop-up event. Night Shift: An...

Woof Gang Bakery opens location in Winter Park

Woof Gang Bakery and Grooming (Website) has opened a new shop in Winter Park, at 180 E. Morse Boulevard . The grand opening for the shop is scheduled...

OnePulse Foundation Town Hall rescheduled to October 9

The OnePulse Foundation (Website)'s first Town Hall event was meant to be held on September 13 but was rescheduled due to complications with Hurricane Irma. The new date...

Orlando Science Center offering $10 Admission Day on Sunday, September 24

The Orlando Science Center is offering a $10 Admission Day on Sunday, September 24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. General admission is regularly $20.95 for adults and...

Tolls return Thursday morning

Tolls for all Florida Department of Transportation roads and bridges and all regional toll facilities throughout Florida will be reinstated this Thursday, September 21 at 12:01 a.m. Tolls...

16-unit apartment building in Park Lake/Highland for sale

A hip little collection of apartments in Park Lake/Highland is available for purchase. Highland Flats, located just one block away from the intersection of Rosalind and Colonial, is...

City launches official call for Gertrude’s Walk murals

We announced in August, HERE, that the City of Orlando would be launching a call for artists to adorn two new walls that will frame a new...

Too Much Sauce is in soft opening in former Giraffas space

Too Much Sauce (Facebook | Website) is finally in a soft opening phase for their new location in Mills Park, in the former home of Giraffas Brazilian Grill .  We...
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VIDEO: Causes and Effects of Gentrification in Wynwood

This video, by Meraki Media, takes a look at the role of art in the gentrification of neighborhoods specifically in regards to Wynwood, Miami.

SunRail providing limited free service Monday, Sept 18

After taking a week-long hiatus, SunRail service has returned, albeit in a limited capacity. SunRail (Website) will be free Monday, September 18. Scroll down for the schedule.    

Don’t just sit there, help clean up Leu Gardens

UPDATE: You can register for the cleanup event HERE. Registration will help the organizers know how many people to expect.  As we wrote last week, the Harry P....
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Can vending machines replace bodegas?

A couple of ex-Google employees have launched an app-only accessible pantry full of sundries, snacks, and items you may be able to find in a bodega or...

Shitstorm Irma: Keep the City Beautiful, conserve water

Due to the excessive amount of rainfall during Hurricane Irma - combined with residential and commercial uses - the City's sewage system is working overtime and having...

INHABIT: HURRICANE IRMA EDITION, PART 2

Inhabit is a series by local photographer David Lawrence (Website), that shares stories about the people who call Orlando home. It’s an exploration of where people live and spend their...

Power update from OUC – Friday, September 15

OUC issued a media advisory at 10:30 a.m. Friday, September 15 stating that they currently have 14,000 customers that remain without electricity. They have restored power to approximately...
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