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- Orange County Brewers is now open in former Fiat building.
- Doctors have purchased the Mills 50 post office.
- Visit Orlando thinks our signature dish should be honey-centric.
- The West Art District will be granted a Temporary Use Permit for their murals.
- Cool Job Alert: Swan Boat Attendant.
- House of the Day: 1920s Lancaster Park home for sale for $795,000.
- Astronomers Without Borders wants your old eclipse glasses.
- Creative Village released their Public Art Guidelines.
- Orchard Supply Hardware is now open in Winter Park.
- “Welcome to the Best of Orlando 2017.” – Orlando Weekly
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- “Visit Orlando won’t reveal details of U.S. Open sponsorship.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “How to do Magical Dining Month.” – Scott Joseph Orlando
- “Aloma Bowl celebrates its 40th anniversary.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
- “These were the most popular Central Florida neighborhoods for homebuyers in Q2 (Slideshow).” – Orlando Business Journal
- WUCF/Orange County History Center have launched their Vietnam exhibit with a visit to the Tien Hung Market.
- Petition: Orlandoans looking to ban blue LED lights in residential areas.
- OnePulse Foundation is hosting their first Town Hall, September 13.
- Inhabit – An Exploration of Home: Jarrod Uddin at Rollins College.
- Pop Parlour now serves coffee.