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: House of the Day: Lake Lawsona bungalow asks $549,000.
PROMO: Reworked aluminum cans and old newspapers stun at sold-out Trash 2 Trends fashion show.
- Eyes on the Street: A new taco concept has moved into the What’s Your Beef space.
- Downtown Credo co-working finds home(s) in former Evans Group building.
- City of Orlando will demolish racquetball courts, Pottery Studio shed for new road extension.
- MetroPlan Orlando launches Complete Streets project for contentious Corrine Drive.
- “Jurassic Park” to screen at Leu Gardens Movie Night, March 3.
- Publix ixnays courtesy meat slices at delis as part of new trial program.
- The Smart Cities Council has selected Orlando to participate in their 2017 Readiness Challenge.
- Olde Dixie Fried Chicken clawing its way back to life.
- “Fourteen people making Orlando a better place.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Carver Middle School recognizes Gay-Straight Alliance, allows meetings on campus.” – Watermark Online
ICYMI: Here are a number of Bungalower articles from last week that you may have missed:
- Snap presents Virunga by Adam Kiefer.
- OUC installing floating solar array on February 9.
- Heather McPherson joins Rockaway PR team.
- Loan your art to the County for one year and get $3,500.
- Talbert Gray, first African American TV newsman in Florida speaking at Downtown Library.