SPONSORED by Hinge Hardware: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed.
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- Construction on the Orlando segment of Brightline’s train route has begun.
- Olde Dixie Fried Chicken is launching a food truck in November.
- New Smyrna Beach’s Manzano’s Deli is opening a Winter Park location.
- Our first-ever Poet Laureate will be appointed today (Monday).
- The City of Orlando is working on plans for an outdoor projection park at this vacant downtown lot.
- Inhabit: Black Bean Deli’s Nick Grecco photographed at home.
- Bring to Orlando: Spacious, coworking in off-hour restaurants.
- WalletHub gave Orlando 3rd Place for our veggie-friendly ways.
- “Complaint Against Commissioner Regina Hill Alleges Malfeasance & Official Misconduct.” – West Orlando News
- “Liquor Law Exemption Bill Moves Forward.” – Scott Joseph Orlando
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- You can still submit a design to this year’s Trash 2 Trends fashion competition.
- You can order food on Facebook now.
- The complete lineup for the Art in Odd Places street art fest.
- Irma didn’t kill Winter Park Christmas.
- “Eric Rollings looks to become the first openly gay Orange County Commissioner with his run at District 3.” – Watermark
- “Photographer Johanne Rahaman documents joy and self-sufficiency in Florida’s black communities.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Here’s what Orlando’s Amazon HQ2 proposal highlights.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “All the Non-Black People at the Orlando’s Signature Dish Meeting.” – The Daily City
- “Rollins College and Full Sail University announce collaborative educational partnership.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer