TOP TEN THINGS TO KNOW THIS WEEK

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Happy Post-Pride, Orlando! Photo by Ricardo Williams, pictured.

SPONSORED by Genome – Unlocking Life’s CodeThis 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:

  1. Stir Restaurant and Bar is now closed in Ivanhoe Village.
  2. Orlando RV is moving to Casselberry, freeing up 4-acres of property near downtown Winter Park.
  3. Curious about what’s happening at The Packing District? Here are some of the latest updates, including plans for pocket parks, more property, and bike trails.
  4. The owners of Se7enbites are looking for a home for a new Italian comfort food concept.
  5. El Buda restaurant has closed but Chef Trevino promises to stay in Orlando.
  6. Orlando was ranked as the 15th Most Dangerous City in Florida, according to some random website.
  7. Mayor Buddy Dyer just named our new police chief and that name is “Orlando.”
  8. We’ve got eleven homes in the downtown neighborhoods you can rent for under $1,500 a month in our latest Rental Roundup.
  9. Pizza Bruno expanding to downtown Orlando and Mills 50.” – Orlando Weekly
  10. Orlando 7-Eleven employee accused of attacking customer for being gay.” – Watermark

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BIG Bungalower shout out to reader Bill Vanos who placed first in his age group at the Chicago Marathon! 99th overall. That’s huge! Keep on truckin’, Bill! We will now be calling you Bill “Vamos.”We hear he leads the running group at the Downtown YMCA if you wanna get some tips. #chimarathon #thisisorlando

 

 

 

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