Behind the scenes look at Orlando artist Christy McCutchen transforming the Pulse memorial rainbow bridge at the Orlando Science Center into a permanent LED art installation in Fusion: A STEAM Gallery (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics).

SPONSORED by the Orange County Regional History Center: 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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TOP TEN HEADLINES:

 

 

  1. That long-vacant dirt lot in Mills Park is finally for sale, and it’s zoned for hotel or office.
  2. We got our first look at the designs for the new Holocaust Museum in Ivanhoe Village.
  3. Bring to Orlando: Greenwood Cemetery wants the soon-to-be homeless FSU Eppes statue.
  4. The interim Pulse memorial park opened to the public on May 8.
  5. Local juicer New Moon Market is expanding their College Park store.
  6. The County is fighting mosquitoes with fish. Or at least trying to.
  7. Discover the Best of Orlando.” – National Geographic
  8. Everything to Know About Orlando.” – National Geographic
  9. 97 percent of Orlando homes are unaffordable for restaurant workers, study says.” – Orlando Weekly 
  10. Here’s a look at Orlando’s interim Pulse Nightclub Memorial.” – HuffPost

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