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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  1. The drink-while-you-shop-til-you-drop grocery chain, Lucky’s Market, is opening a location next to Joann Fabric’s in Colonial Landing. Look out for those swerving soccer moms.
  2. Someone just bought the Church Street Exchange building for over $14 million and all we can think about is whether they’ll make it look like Oxford Exchange in Tampa.
  3. The owners of Guesthouse are opening a sister space right next door.
  4. Domu’s Sonny Nguyen is opening a new concept in Mills 50 called Tori Tori.
  5. A new food truck/beer garden is being built behind Se7enbites in the Milk District and it’ll have a playground to lock your kids into while mommy has some alone time.
  6. Plans were filed for a new 5-unit townhome project in Lake Eola Heights.
  7. XFL may be coming back to Orlando, but we hear the chearleaders will have actual uniforms this time.
  8. 36 Hours in Orlando.” – The New York Times
  9. “Chinese bike-sharing company ofo plans Orlando launch.” – Orlando Sentinel
  10. Lana Del Rey concert-goer arrested over attempted kidnapping.” – DAZED

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