SPONSORED by the Legacy Life Project: 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:
- Repair work on the former Cruises Only building has covered up one of Orlando’s largest murals, in Mills 50.
- Gnarly Barley’s new Big Time Street Food Co. has finally opened next to Burton’s Bar in Thornton Park.
- Orange Avenue and Magnolia could go two-way instead of one-way, at least in the North Quarter District, depending on the results of a study being carried out right meow.
- The City of Winter Park is looking to piggyback on a parking garage that Rollins College is building, in the hopes of providing 300+ more spots in their downtown.
- There’s a public workshop on July 12 to share designs to enhance the streets in the Milk and Mills 50 Main Street Districts.
- Orlando City soccer just hired a cute new Irish coach named James O’Connor and he wears floppy hats.
- Check out these renderings for the $17 million renovations of the Grand Avenue elementary school. It’s going to be a community center.
- “26 ways to stay cool, Orlando.” – LemonHearted
- “Fashion Square Mall is too big to live and too big to die. What does that mean for its future?” – Orlando Weekly
- “Winter Park startup looks to offer green transportation solutions.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “Hacking for a cause: Orlando tech pros to help nonprofits.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Noodle bar replacing Gnarly Barley at Market on Magnolia.” – Bungalower
- “Paris Banh Mi moving into space by Lineage and Snap!” – Bungalower
- “Recipients of the second phase of the 2017-2018 Mayor’s Matching Grant have been announced.” – Bungalower
- “Inhabit: Richard Smith at Central Florida Hops.” – Bungalower
- “Fairies have moved into Leu Gardens.” – Bungalower
- “Giant bridge portion of the Colonial Pedestrian Overpass project has arrived.” – The Daily City
- “Aardvark Beverages restaurant set to open this month.” – The Daily City
- “A new Oprah Winfrey drama series will be filmed in Orlando.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Pat Greene will host two final music events at Gallery at Avalon Island this month.” – Orlando Weekly
- [PAYWALL] Leading cannabis retailer scouts high-profile Orlando sites for market entry“.” – GrowthSpotter
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HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 7/9: Black Crow Cabaret (Milk District)
- Tuesday 7/10: July Permaculture Exchange (Audubon Park)
- Tuesday 7/10: Cult Classics – The Rocketeer (Maitland)
- Wednesday 7/11: Orlando Cringe – The Comeback (South Eola)
- Wednesday 7/11: Sam Smith in Concert (Parramore)
- Thursday 7/12: Bicycle and Pedestrian Study public meeting (Colonialtown)
- Thursday 7/12: Nerd Nite Orlando (Downtown)
- Thursday 7/12: Popcorn Flicks – Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (Winter Park)
- Friday 7/13: Road to Change Block Party (Lake Eola)