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- “Trailer Park Boys” filmed two Netflix episodes in Orlando.
- Mixed-use retail concept coming to the former Lombardi’s Seafood building.
- New tenant moving into vacant space by Thornton Park 7-Eleven.
- Plans submitted for Bumby-facing townhome development in Colonialtown.
- Rental Roundup: 10 homes you can rent for under $1,500.
- Eyes on the Street: Central Boulevard will reopen Parramore segment in December.
- Orlando Anarchy thinks football is for girls. – Sarah Bolandi
- Wonton Asian Kitchen now open in Winter Park.
- “Condo terminations still cause pain in downtown Orlando.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Has the Food Truck Fad Run Its Course?” – Scott Joseph Orlando
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- Brunch Bros hosting Maple Bacon Waffle Stout Brunch Party.
- Cubist/Postmodern building in Thornton Park now home to Stirling International.
- Local Awesome Foundation branch giving away free money next weekend.
- Blue Jacket Grille now open in former Redlight Redlight.
- “Orlando Commissioner Regina Hill will press charges against former firefighter Joshua Granada.” – Orlando Weekly
- “14 local artists who are reshaping the Orlando music scene.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Former head of Orlando Fringe named new executive director to The Center.” – Watermark
- “Sprawling new Boys & Girls Club opens in Parramore.” – Orlando Sentinel