This misprinted sign on I-4 went local-viral last week but has already been replaced by FDOT's contractor. Photo by Real Radio's Joshua "Pinkman" Fowler.

SPONSORED by Ivanhoe Park Brewing: 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. Rollins College is tearing down the historic Fred Stone Theatre building after deeming it unsafe for use.
  2. The Little Blue Donut Truck is opening their new Winter Park storefront this week.
  3. Road Alert: We broke down what’s happening with the Curry Ford road diet but people are still angry about it.
  4. Local filmmakers debuted a documentary on the first racially-integrated Little League game in the South at the Florida Film Festival. Be sure to check out the trailer.
  5. Imperial at Washburn Imports is opening a new location off Park Avenue in Winter Park.
  6. Re-Runz Records is moving off of Church Street.
  7. The new Greenery Creamery in the 420 building is selling that black ice cream that’s taking over your Instagram feed. And it’s vegan.
  8. Away from the theme parks, Orlando area offers dining thrills.” – Chicago Tribune
  9. Zillow jumps into home-buying and selling.” – Curbed
  10. Walmart to spend $200M ramping up Florida stores, with an emphasis on Orlando.” – Orlando Business Journal





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