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 week’s hustle-and-bustle.
We spent our Saturday morning tie-dyeing shirts at Gather + Love with our friends from Orlando Shirts and Yelp Orlando. Be sure to catch the video recap of the Townie Tourist’s Facebook Live tour from the event. Also, here’s the latest episode of Bungalower and the Bus which airs on Real Radio 104.1 every Friday at 9 p.m. and is also available on iTunes and Google Play.
We have one upcoming event you should plug into your calendars; June 21 – International Day of Yoga at The Acre. We are also the proud media sponsors of Recycle Art Show at the Sodo Shopping Center, June 16-25. The “Orlando City Parks Project” artwork is now on display at City Hall and a limited edition run of the books are available in our online shop.
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TOP TEN HEADLINES OF THE WEEK:
- SPONSORED – House of the Day: A beautifully restored 1920’s home in College Park is asking $479,900.
- New Orleans-inspired restaurant Muddy Waters is now open.
- Blodgett Gardens has closed its College Park location after 80 years in business.
- Burton’s Bar in Thornton Park has re-opened, under new owners.
- The site of a razed historic bungalow will receive a historical marker.
- Brooklyn Coffee Shop is now open in the Mills 50 District.
- A gourmet muffin shop has opened in Audubon Park.
- “Remembering the Orlando 49.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Keep the bowling alley property, expand MLK Park.” – Winter Park Voice
- “Airport looks to small business for help with expansion.” – College Park Community Paper
ICYMI: Here are a number of articles from last week that you may have missed:
- Retro Orlando: Educational short film showcases a “fast moving” Orlando in the 60s.
- Ask Bungalower: Is Sugar Daddy’s closed?
- Jax Thornton Park will open in the former Baoery space.
- July roundup for the Orange County Library.
- Architect Sir David Adjaye hosting public dialogue workshop in Winter Park.