SPONSORED by Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co: 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. Beefy King is celebrating their 50th anniversary on June 2 with special discounts.
  2. A new wine and craft beer venue has opened on Virginia Drive by Ten 10 Brewing.
  3. The Orange County History Center has launched a new Summer Sunday matinee movie screening series of films that have something to do with the Sunshine State.
  4. Oblivion Taproom is going to close again. The final day is on May 26, so go get your tater tots now.
  5. Cool Job Alert: The City of Orlando is looking for a new Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator, which is basically like our editor job at Bungalower but with medical and a nice wage.
  6. New designs were released for the Lion’s Den development by the Stadium that include a rooftop bar.
  7. Here’s a round-up of all of the participating artists in this year’s Florida Prize exhibition at the Orlando Museum of Art.
  8. UCF students designed a solar-powered soccer ball for the Orlando City Stadium, called “Gyration.”
  9. The Baldwin Park Publix Hasn’t Been Inspected by the State Since 2016.” – The Daily City
  10. Colonial Lanes will close forever next week.” – Orlando Weekly




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