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.
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- The Glass Knife opened on Friday.
- Hot sandwich bar and more coming to North Quarter Market.
- Incumbents won the election with a dismal voter turnout.
- Enrollment for the Mayor’s City Academy is now open.
- A gaggle of local organizations are looking to transform Holden Heights through food and bicycles.
- The City of Orlando is relocating the potter studio to the vacant Grand Avenue School.
- Cool Job Alert: Leu Gardens Assistant Director.
- We’re launching a new food truck video series in 2018.
- “I-4 is named the most deadly highway in the nation.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Restaurant stocks take a pounding as tastes shift. Here’s how your favorites did.” – Orlando Business Journal
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- A downtown photographer has released a poetry book with photos of drunk women.
- The newly opened Milk District Post Office has already closed.
- A local designer just released a Trump-inspired activity book.
- The Courtesy Bar is part of an international holiday pop-up bar takeover.
- “Peppy Bistro in College Park closes.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Creative Village student-housing project secures $100M in financing (Video)” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Electric Daisy Carnival brings luminous landscapes to Camping World Stadium (PHOTOS)” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Opera singer, professor and Winter Park/Maitland Observer columnist Louis Roney dead at 96.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
- “Renters becoming the uninsured in Florida.” Orlando Sentinel