SPONSORED: 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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TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- Those new concepts that are moving into North Quarter Tavern and Bar Room are inching closer and closer to opening and we now know what they’ll be called.
- The grace period to register your home share/granny loft/pool home with the City is this October. If you don’t register, you’ll be fined.
- There’s a petition out there to have those backlogged SunPass fees waived and it has thousands of signatures.
- The UCF Student Government Association has decided to cancel their KnightLYNX Red service line to downtown Orlando because of a lack of ridership.
- The Solar Bears just got married to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Hockey, hockey, hockey.
- Will’s Pub is celebrating their 23rd anniversary on September 1, with a party.
- “Filming for OWN’s ‘David Makes Man’ underway in Orlando.” – Click Orlando
- “Intersection: Bao Le-Huu previews Orlando’s fall concert lineup.” – WMFE
- “City of Orlando set to approve pedestrian and bicycle safety funds next week.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Winter Park names new Parks and Recreation director.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “Le Pho now closed in Chase Plaza.” – Bungalower
- “Central Florida 100: #Me Too goes to church.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Planned $1B Vertical Medical City in downtown Orlando set to buy property.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “White doctor arrested at Orlando airport complains of being treated like a ‘Black Person.'” – New York Times
- “Orlando’s ‘You Don’t Know the Half of It’ campaign raises recognition, survey finds.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Percentage of Airbnb hosts who are teachers in Orlando ranks near top of U.S.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Burgerim’s Itty Bitty Burger Committee coming to Downtown Orlando.” – The Daily City
- “Twiggy, the water-skiing squirrel, to hang up her skis in Orlando.” – WFTV
- [PAYWALL] “Brothers behind local lender buy downtown Orlando train depot, seek known retailer.” – Growthspotter
- [PAYWALL] “Trio of towers in downtown Orlando to undergo major renovations.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Downtown Library hosting Fall Fiber Festival.”
- “Albin Polasek Museum hosting Czech street artist, Cakes.”
- “Florida Citrus Sports launches new six-ticket pass initiative.”
FEATURED REAL ESTATE:
- “Renovated historic apartment complex in Lake Highland now available.”
- “College Park home in Lake Adair looking for $650,000.”
- “Half-acre home on Lake Mary-Jess wants $385,000.”
- “5,000 SF home in Lake Weldona asking over $1 million.”
- “Two-story lakefront home asking under $600,000.”
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 8/20: Mad Movie Mondays 2 Year Anniversary: Moulin Rouge (Parramore)
- Wednesday 8/22: 1 Million Cups Meetup (Winter Park)
- Wednesday 8/22: Best of Orlando Party 2018 (Downtown)
- Wednesday 8/22: Power Lunch featuring Avani Desai (Downtown)
- Thursday 8/23: History in a Glass – Hot, Hot, Hot (Downtown)
- Thursday 8/23: Summer Wine Down and Grand Opening – Grape and the Grain (Mills 50)
- Friday 8/24: Margaret Bourke’s White’s Different World (Winter Park)
- Friday 8/24: Our Orlando Opening Reception (Ivanhoe Village)
- Friday 8/24: Ride SunRail Day (Downtown)