SPONSORED by Carjoy: 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:
- Orange County officials will vote on awarding Tourist Development funds to the Orlando Ballet and the OnePulse Foundation later this month.
- New designs have been submitted for Paris Banh Mi, which is opening in Mills 50 soon.
- Blue Bird Bake Shop has new owners.
- The owners of the Stubborn Mule have purchased Muddy Waters, located just across the street.
- Cafe Frutos Selectos has opened their second location in town and it’s on Church Street. PS – they serve breakfast all day and open at 7 a.m.
- A buffalo named Barney died on Orange Avenue, over 100 years ago. We want a statue.
- “President Trump to visit Orlando on Monday.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Sette, from Se7en Bites owners, to bring rustic Italian eats downtown.” – Orlando Weekly
- “A newcomer’s guide to the Orlando area.” – ClickOrlando.com
- “Amazon’s Orlando workers among those set for $15 minimum wage announced today.” – Orlando Sentinel
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “Wall Street Cantina in downtown Orlando is giving away free lunch to anyone who’s won an EGOT, specifically John Legend.” – Orlando Weekly
- “The three Orlando police officers involved in this week’s fatal shooting at ORMC failed to use their body cameras.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Chef Josh Oakley leaves Sanford’s Smiling Bison.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Curry Ford West is Orlando’s newest Main Street District.” – Orlando Weekly
- “After volunteer’s call for new books at Parramore learning center, reading options roll in.” – ClickOrlando.com
- “Florida Travel Orlando Attractions Theme Park Rangers Adult night returns Orlando Science Center, includes poop talk.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Amazon Will Consider Opening Up to 3,000 Cashierless Stores by 2021.” – Bloomberg
- “Rainbow macrame some trees, for Pride.” – Bungalower
- “Troubled towers: A look at Orlando’s high-rise limbo.” – Orlando Business Journal
- [PAYWALL] “Dr. Phillips expanding Packing District, revising development plan.” – GrowthSpotter
FEATURED REAL ESTATE:
- “Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company to host grand opening and weekend festival.”
- “Don’t miss the Winter Park Autumn Art Festival October 13 and 14.”
- “An epic brunch awaits you at the end of Pride Week.” – Bungalower Bundle subscribers get a big old discount so check your mail!
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 10/8: Drag Race 5K (Baldwin Park)
- Tuesday 10/9: Glass Knife Dessert and Champagne Pairing (Winter Park)
- Tuesday 10/9: Main Street 101 Design Training (Ivanhoe Village)
- Wednesday 10/10: Lucky’s Market Grand Opening (Winter Park)
- Wednesday 10/10: Art Sandwiched In – A History of Harriett Lake’s Closet (Ivanhoe Village)
- Wednesday 10/10: Fall Fashion Show at Retromended (Mills 50)
- Wednesday 10/10: Orlando Story Club (South Eola)
- Thursday 10/11: COWP Weekend Launch Party (Thornton Park)
- Thursday 10/11: Autumn Art Festival Kick-OFf Party (Winter Park)
- Thursday 10/11: Orlando Sentinel‘s Unscripted (Winter Park)
- Friday 10/12: Carmina Burana (Downtown)