The 2015 Art Basel event in Miami Beach will be running form December 3 to the 6 this week. The event attracts over 70,000 visitors, a lot of whom come from Central Florida. If you’re not among the cultural elite and don’t have your own driver or even gas money to get to Miami this week, here are some other options for you. Otherwise, we suggest carpooling.
There was a Lake Alert precaution listed for Lake Baldwin on November 27 due to a potential for elevated bacteria levels due to sewer overflow.
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At a recent What’s Up Downtown, an event hosted by the Downtown Information Center, a map of Downtown Orlando (posted below) was shown that raised a few questions for the Bungalower team.
As we are all now aware, SunRail (aka the leaders at FDOT) has proposed a schedule change cancelling the #NightTrain, and substituting a southbound 1:00 p.m. train from DeBary. With this change, they also intend to adjust the morning schedule forward by 15 minutes. This proposed change only offers a diversion from the problem of the gaps in service, as opposed to offering real solutions, and ignores recommendations of the Customer Advisory Committee (CAC).
Here’s our rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week in Downtown Orlando area news.
Here’s a look at some of the events taking place this weekend (yes one of the things has surfing santas).
Visit the complete events calendar by clicking on “Events” in our main menu.
If you’d like to have your event added to our calendar, simply send us a link to your Facebook event page to [email protected]
The Orange County Library System is looking for a Youth Program Specialist to “plan and present programs and events for children, teens, and adults to encourage interest in reading and utilizing the library and its resources.”