The City of Orlando Historic Preservation Board has released their latest calendar in a series that celebrates Orlando's treasured landmarks and National Register properties. This most recent edition of the annual undertaking takes an appreciative look at Orlando's mid-century...
Award-winning artist, conveniently named JR Artist (Facebook | Website), is bringing his photo booth truck to 35 cities across the country as part of his Inside Out Project: Dreamers, in solidarity with the DREAM Act - a legislative proposal...
Local spoken word host, writer, and nightlife photographer Patrick Scott Barnes (Website) has just released a self-published poetry book that juxtaposes his poetry with his photography called Three Orlando Nightspots. Barnes has pre-released free .pdf versions of his work on his website...
The Glass Knife (Facebook | Website) will officially open for business this Friday, November 10 at 7 a.m. Bungalower was invited to a press preview Wednesday morning to sample some of the food and see the new interior of the completely renovated...
Like what you see? Consider supporting this series by clicking HERE. Inhabit is a series by local photographer David Lawrence (Website), that shares stories about the people who call Orlando home. It’s an exploration of where people live and spend their days, whether...
Orlando-based photographer, Lee Vandergrift, has been documenting men's beards since 2013. His series, the "Beard Envy Project," was prompted by Vandergrift's own struggle to grow a lush full beard. Since he began, he's photographed over 200 furry faces. Vandergrift is...
This three bedroom, two bath home in the Country Club neighborhood of Spring Lake Terrace was originally built in 1927 and is a pretty heap of white-washed walls and roofing tiles. The home, located at 1216 Golden Lane , features...
Original estimates on the damage Leu Gardens experienced from Hurricane Irma seem to have been drastically low-balled. Leu Gardens Director Robert Bowden told his Board of Directors early Wednesday morning that his staff has performed a comprehensive inventory of the...
Too Much Sauce (Facebook | Website) is finally in a soft opening phase for their new location in Mills Park, in the former home of Giraffas Brazilian Grill .  We wrote about the new restaurant coming to the intersection of Mills and...
Inhabit is a series by local photographer David Lawrence (Website), that shares stories about the people who call Orlando home. It’s an exploration of where people live and spend their days, whether that be at home, in an office, the streets of...
EDIT: Contrary to what we were told, the owner, Jack Thompson, was not in the photo. However, his brother-in-law George is to the left.  Jax Thornton Park (Facebook | Website) is now open in the former home of the Baoery,...
Inhabit is a series by local photographer David Lawrence (Website), that shares stories about the people who call Orlando home. It’s an exploration of where people live and spend their days, whether that be at home, in an office, the streets of...
By Jon Busdeker   College Park is down a pizza joint. NYPD Pizza, the pizza chain known for its “Authentic New York Style Pizza,” according to its website, has closed its location in College Park. The sign outside the restaurant on Edgewater Drive...
Like what you see? Consider supporting this series by clicking HERE. SPONSORED by lil indies: Inhabit is a series by local photographer David Lawrence (Website), that shares stories about the people who call Orlando home. It’s an exploration of where people live and spend...
As of Tuesday, August 15 the new Winter Park Orchard Supply Hardware (Website) is in a soft opening phase. We shared the news ofthe Lowes-owned chain popping up in the former Eat More Produce site at 1111 S. Orlando Avenue ...
Like what you see? Consider supporting this series by clicking HERE.   SPONSORED by Lynn Fashion and Bridal: Inhabit is a series by local photographer David Lawrence (Website), that shares stories about the people who call Orlando home. It’s an exploration of where people live...
EDIT: The photo referred to in this post are actually, reportedly, stored in the Washington and Lee University Art Collection. The photos submitted to us were sent to us via the Orange County Regional History Center.   At 10 a.m. on...
This beautiful two bedroom, two bath home in Winter Park is located just a few pedal pushes away from the Cady Way Trail and Cady Way Park, at 310 Cornwall Road . The 1,610 SF home is located on a...
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 each Saturday at 10 a.m. and broadcasts it using Facebook Live to...
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...
Like what you see? Consider supporting this series by clicking HERE.   SPONSORED by lil indies: Inhabit is a series by local photographer David Lawrence (Website), that shares stories about the people who call Orlando home. It’s an exploration of where people live and spend...
Like what you see? Consider supporting this series by clicking HERE.   Inhabit is a new series by local photographer David Lawrence (Website), that shares stories about the people who call Orlando home. It’s an exploration of where people live and spend their days,...
A new Instagram account called Toilets of Orlando (Instagram) is twelve toilets deep in documenting porcelain thrones across the City Beautiful. The tagline for the endeavor is" "unlimited, unmasked, unashamed." Be sure to email [email protected] to submit a toilet that you think...
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 night-blooming cereus is a type of epiphytic cactui that grows in trees, and as the name states, they only open at night. The cactus itself is long and skinny, with beard-like roots hanging downwards to absorb moisture from the...