SPONSORED by Florida Citrus Sports: 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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- North Quarter Tavern has sold to Church Street Entertainment.
- Pulse Memorial Labyrinth now installed at Colonialtown Square.
- The City needs your feedback to fix Mills 50 and Milk District for pedestrians.
- Herman’s Loan Office owners not renewing Downtown lease.
- Inhabit: Brew boss Amanda Roberts at Orange County Brewers.
- Wall Street’s Tubbs Brewery gets name change.
- City of Orlando issued RQS for New Downtown Orlando Connector Trail.
- “A Man Got Stranded On A Fountain After Taking A Ton Of Molly And Stealing A Swan Boat.” – Buzzfeed
- “Where to eat in Orlando on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Report: Police responding to Pulse nightclub performed well.” – Watermark Online
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- Gideon’s Bakehouse was featured on Insider.
- Olde Dixie Fried Chicken Truck has hit the streets, finally.
- Rollins College is building a new office building behind Fiddler’s Green.
- House of the Day: 6,000 SF Mediterranean-style villa on Lake Adaire asking under $2 million.
- Artists announced for Second Annual Mennello Museum Invitational.
- SunRail running for Camping World and Citrus Bowls.
- “4 Teensy Retail Buildings Under $600,000.” – The Daily City
- “Rollins students unravel the mystery of Oscar Mack.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
- “How this small Orlando tech firm grabbed global attention after being in business for a month.” – Orlando Business Journal