According to an item on the City of Orlando Council Agenda for July 24, 2017, the Sustainability Department is looking to to update the municipal recycling program. An employment agreement was filed to hire  Joseph England as a Sustainability Project...
Pop-up dinner event company, the Dinner Party Project (Website), has partnered with local ceramics artist LeAnn Siefferman, on a series of dinners where people will share a meal and ideas on topics not often discussed around the dinner table. The new...
The Orlando Tech Association (Website) and the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce (Website) are launching a weekend-long civic hackathon event. A civic hackathon is when creative problem solvers in the non-profit, business, and tech communities come together to engage in...
World-renowned artist and urban designer, Candy Chang, will speak at Rollins College on January 18 at 7:30 p.m., thanks to the on-going generosity of the Winter Park Institute's free public lecture. Chang has spearheaded a number of game-changing community engagement...
Mayor Buddy Dyer has announced that the City of Orlando, through a partnership with United Arts of Central Florida and local indie-publisher Burrow Press, is looking to appoint their first Poet Laureate. The new appointment is ceremonial in nature and...
Following a City-wide call for submissions, the  Downtown Development Board has chosen their finalists for the Best of DTO photography contest. Orlandoans can now vote for their favorite photo simply by following the link below and clicking the corresponding box. The top 10...
Our partners at Orlando Shirts (Facebook | Instagram) were broken into last week and lost over $1,000 worth of merchandise. A man threw a piece of a fire hydrant through the shop window, entered the store, and left with the...
SPONSORED by Muddy Waters: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news. We’ve also started including some of the headlines you may have missed in last...
This is the fourth year in a row that the City of Orlando's Parks department has allowed Orlando residents to view the Fourth of July fireworks from the privacy of a swan boat. Two weeks before the event, the Lake...
Mayor Buddy Dyer has launched an initiative under his Orlando Cares program that combines hands-only CPR education with a mobile app, to make Orlando a safer city. Over 400,000 sudden cardiac arrests occur each year across the country, with roughly...
The Central Florida Foundation (Website) has launched a new social enterprise accelerator, to connect early-stage entrepreneurs with the funding, training, and mentorship needed to have sustainable businesses that address community needs. The new six-month program will be hosted at the...
The City of Winter Park wrapped up their Vision Winter Park sessions in April of this year, and adopted the outcomes as updates to the Comprehensive Plan. Part of that process uncovered the need for an evaluation of the...
UPDATE: Click HERE to see the Historic Neighborhood Improvement Initiative Facebook page.  A petition is making the rounds in the Lake Lawsona Historic District, to request that their power lines be placed underground. Neighbors in the district are working with OUC...
PROMO: We've added even more designs to our hyper-local Orlando Shirts shop at shop.bungalower.com. Everything is printed directly to the shirt, per order, and then shipped out. We also have an in-store pickup option at the new home of our...
The City of Orlando began carefully disassembling the Confederate statute at Lake Eola Park this morning, as part of its relocation to the Confederate veterans section at Greenwood Cemetery. The following Facebook Live video was captured by local freelance writer and...
The City of Orlando has begun taking steps to move the Confederate statue out of Lake Eola. Friday afternoon, crews had sectioned off the plaza surrounding the statue in order to set up 3-D image capturing cameras. The white balls...
The Flag Design Committee has chosen their final design and submitted it to City Council for their consideration at a future meeting, most likely in July. The flag designs were submitted by the public as part of a Flag Redesign...
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Orlando (Website) will be hosting a panel on "Public Impact and Social Innovation" at 5:30 p.m. at the National Entrepreneur Center in the Fashion Square Mall . Learn about diverse local nonprofits and how...
The Orange County History Center, in partnership with the Orange County government, City of Orlando and the Historical Society of Central Florida, have just launched the One Orlando Collection, digital gallery. Since the shooting, the History Center has collected over...
Townie Tourist (Facebook | Website) is a weekly series of tours, hosted by Orlando-native Jenny De Witt. De Witt takes viewers on a walking tour of a different neighborhood or cultural event each Saturday at 10 a.m. and broadcasts...
Here is a look at some of the best events taking place this weekend. You can always visit the complete events calendar by clicking on EVENTS in our main menu. If you’d like to have your event added to our calendar, simply...
PROMO: On Saturday, June 10, Go Big Marketing will be hosting a collective of local businesses during an event that will honor the 49 souls Orlando lost on June 12, 2016. The first 200 guests will receive a special Pulse...
PROMO: The Orange County Library system (Facebook | Website) has announced their event programming for the month of July. Events include the Orlando Book Festival, the Summer reading Program, and much more. For more information about events, call 407-835-7323. You...
Acclaimed architect Sir David Adjaye will host a public discussion on Tuesday, June 20, in regards to the Winter Park Public Library and Events Center project. The event will be held at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center at 1050...