SPONSORED by Art in Odd Places: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed.
Don’t forget to tune in to the latest episode of Bungalower and the Bus which airs every Friday on Real Radio 104.1. This week’s episode was recorded at the Thirsty Topher in Ivanhoe Village.
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- Sponsored: Custom-built Thornton Park estate is wanting just over $1 million.
- Foxtail Coffee lays it all out for Bungalower’s Sarah Bolandi.
- Orlando is apparently one of the worst cycling cities in the world.
- Orlando is still feeling the results of early “redlining” practices.
- The Vivi Bubble Tea franchise is coming to Mills 50.
- Rental Roundup: 13 homes you can rent for under $1,500.
- Colonialtown Square Park is getting a labyrinthine memorial.
- MCO wants more small businesses selling in the airport.
- “More revealed on how UCF will choose its next president.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Hurricanes make Central Florida housing shortage worse.” – Orlando Sentinel
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- Sticky Rice, a Lao restaurant, is opening in Mills 50 in November.
- Super Rico Colombian Bistro will start serving beer and wine soon.
- We have Orlando bomber jackets in our online shop.
- Downtown Library to get more fencing.
- Leu Gardens is looking for a few more sponsors for their upcoming LEGO exhibit.
- “Why is Halloween like Gay Christmas?” – Watermark
- “Regina Hill’s Campaign Harvesting Absentee Ballots In Orlando” – West Orlando News
- “Donut Central and Fuelpresso bring classic donut/coffee combo to Winter Park.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
- “Dan Patrick behind new sportscasting program at Full Sail University.” – Orlando Business Journal