SPONSORED by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra: Here’s our rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news.
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- SPONSORED: United Arts to host Arts For All festival on February 4.
- Hunger Street Tacos will soft open this week.
- New Turkish restaurant now open in College Park. – Jon Busdeker
- Could Parramore become Orlando’s next arts district? – Jon Busdeker
- New outdoor market coming to West Orlando.
- Townie Tourist: Facebook Live walking tour of Audubon Park.
- House of the Day: Mid-century charmer in College Park asking just over $300,000.
- Eyes on the Street: Twisted Bliss Ice Cream, Italian Ice, Gelati has closed.
- Orlando’s Economic Development Commission and Central Florida Partnership have merged.
- “Work to start next week on downtown’s Crescent Lucerne mixed-use complex.” – Orlando Business Journal
ICYMI: Here are a number of articles that didn’t make it to Facebook:
- List of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service Events.
- Expanding tech company moving into North Quarter office space.
- “Unicorn of RVs” for sale in Orlando.
- Local merchant launches mobile retail boutique.
- Cool Job Alert: Executive Director of Orlando Fringe Theater Festival.
- No SunRail on Martin Luther King, Jr Day.
- Tickets now on sale for 4th Annual Field to Feast Dinner with Disney Chefs.
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