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Local filmmakers chronicle the first racially integrated Little League game in the South

Orlando was host to the first racially-integrated Little League baseball game in the South in 1955. The all-black Pensacola Jaycees played against the all-white Orlando Kiwanis at Lake...

Nominations open for the 2018 Tour of Homes

The 2018 Tour of Homes is now accepting applications for this year's event. Hosted by the College Park Neighborhood Association, the tour features some of the best mid-century...

House of the Day: New-build David Weekley Home in Winter Park asking $1,049,000

SPONSORED: This newly-constructed  home by David Weekley Homes is tucked away in eastern Winter Park at 1850 Carollee Lane with easy access to shopping on Park...

Road Alert: What’s up with Curry Ford?

The City of Orlando is a week into their two-block-long Safe Streets Initiative on Curry Ford, and people have a lot of feelings about it. Orlando and the...

Update on that speakeasy coffee shop in the Milk District

Frenchpressery (Facebook | Website), that secret speakeasy that we wrote about HERE, has released some more information about what they have planned for the Milk District. The concept, powered by...

Re-Runz Records moving off Church Street

Parramore-based Re-Runz Records (Facebook | Website) is moving to a new home on Orange Blossom Trail. Owner Ed Smith, who we've profiled before HERE, announced on Facebook that after two...

Fountain lighting upgrades will cost $343,849

The Facilities Management Division is looking to sign a contract with Freeport Fountains (Website) to upgrade the lighting system of the Linton E. Allen Memorial Fountain on...

House of the Day: Lancaster Park home asking $435,000

This three-bedroom, two-bath home sits on a large corner lot at 1222 Oakley Street in Lancaster Park. Built in 1948, this 1,456 SF home boasts abundant old-school...

Imperial at Washburn Imports opening off-Avenue venue in Winter Park

Hybrid bar/furniture shop The Imperial at Washburn Imports (Website) will be opening a new location off-Park Avenue, according to a report by the Orlando Sentinel.  John Washburn will be...

Mill Creek buying into Creative Village

Texas-based Mill Creek Residential Trust LLC has announced its plans to purchase a 1.7-acre parcel in Creative Village for an estimated $5.5 million. According to a release sent...

New Greenery Creamery has black ice cream

A new ice cream shop has opened in the 420 Building in South Eola that specializes in imaginative, scratch-made recipes. Greenery Creamery (Facebook | Website) serves both dairy-based...

Belle Isle Yacht Pub replacement soon to open

We often get photographs and tips from our Bungalower readers of things that are happening around town, so we have started featuring them on the site in...

Plans submitted for Firestone/Vanguard renovations

As we revealed HERE in December, 2017, Venue 578, formerly Firestone, has been undergoing extensive renovations as it slowly becomes a new concept called Vanguard. The renovations are...

Engineering firm chosen for City of Orlando Bicycle Plan Update contract

The City of Orlando has awarded a Professional Engineering Services contract to HDR Engineering, Inc., to update the City of Orlando Bicycle Plan. Two firms responded to a...

Social Enterprise Accelerator accepting applications for second cohort

The Rally Social Enterprise Accelerator (Website) is currently accepting applications for their second class, which will launch May 1. The program, spearheaded by the Central Florida Foundation (Website),...

House of the Day: Turn-key home in Lake Como asking $275,000

SPONSORED: This turn-key three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home in Lake Como is ready for some new owners. Located at 2815 Hargill Drive , this 1,077 SF cinder block home was...

Bring to Orlando: Black-led cooperative economic initiatives

Self-reliance and grassroots economic initiatives are snowballing in communities across the country, and most importantly, those affected by generational poverty and segregation. Us Lifting Us Economic Development Cooperative...

New coffee shop opening in Aspire building

A new coffee shop called Deeply Coffee (Instagram) is moving into the Aspire building at 111 N. Magnolia Avenue . While the address is no longer listed on...

Cafe Linger announces May opening

Cafe Linger (Facebook | Website), the new College Park coffee shop opening in the former home of NYPD Pizza, has announced an expected opening date (range). The owners too to Facebook...

Rollins to demo Fred Stone Theatre

The student-run newspaper The Sandspur announced on April 5 at Rollins College that the historic Fred Stone Theatre had been closed and would soon be torn down. It hosted the college...

Get your April zine before they disappear

Our eighth issue of our penny saver/zine-inspired print edition of Bungalower is out on the town, and bigger and better than ever. We've hit a new total of...

TOP TEN THINGS TO KNOW THIS WEEK

SPONSORED by Ivanhoe Park Brewing: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and...

Bungalower and The Bus – Episode 61: Arena Soccer, Alfond Inn expansion, and Frog...

The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those of the hosts alone and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Bungalower Media On...

BUNGALOWER’S TOP 18 WEEKEND EVENT PICKS, APRIL 6-8

Here is a look at some of the best events taking place this weekend. Remember, you can always visit the complete events calendar by clicking on “EVENTS” in...

City of Winter Park celebrating Earth Day on Sunday, April 15

The City of Winter Park will host their annual Earth Day/Arbor Day in the Park celebration in Central Park on Sunday, April 15 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The...