SPONSORED by Orange County Library System: 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.
If you missed us on Real Radio 104.1 this past Friday, you can still listen to our 113th episode of “Bungalower and the Bus” HERE.
TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- The Ravenous Pig family of restaurants is opening a new brewery to service their expanding empire.
- The Alliance of American Football has suspended operations.
- A final design for the dragging Corrine Drive Complete Streets Study is about to be released.
- An indoor farmers market is coming to Downtown Orlando, just in time for summer.
- There have been a few changes over at United Arts, including the impending retirement of CEO, Flora Maria Garcia.
- Touring tech-funding series Rise of the Rest announces Orlando finalists.
- Tin and Taco is opening a third location, this time in College Park.
- “A man successfully swam all the way to the Lake Eola fountain but was forced out by authorities.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Orlando is the fifth most ‘rent-burdened’ city in the U.S.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Virgin Trains lines up funding for expansion to Orlando.” – Sun Sentinel
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “Downtown Valencia and UCF students can ride SunRail for free this fall.” – Bungalower
- “No more permits for
fences,says The Man.” – Bungalower
- “Get out, already! Orlando #10 city for adults living at home with parents.” – Click Orlando
- “Free Pitbull concert in Orlando
announced,will benefit injured Officer Kevin Valencia.” – FOX 35
- “Orlando is one of the top places where grown-up children still live with parents.” – FOX 35
- “Brightline train stands at crossroads of plans for Miami to Orlando to beyond.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Detective who investigated many of Orlando’s most notorious killings retires after 28 years at OPD.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Orlando Apollos coach Steve Spurrier refuses to believe reports AAF could fold this week.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Orlando Philharmonic changes leadership.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Peter Murphy leaves Orlando hanging again.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Making cities more exclusive with tactical
suburbanism.” – Project for Public Spaces
- “Missing ingredient in healing cities after
disaster? Culture.” – This Is Place
- “Orlando residents question fairness,
safetyof apartment vacation rentals.” – WFTV
- “Orwin Manor home asking $899,000.”
- “City Beautiful: 14 questions with Orlando Ballet’s Anita Boer.”
- “Call to Artists: Bike-inspired poster show wants to share your work.”
- “Downtown Orlando Partnership announces 2018 Golden Brick Winners.”
- “Richard Dreyfuss wants to watch a movie with you.”
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 4/8: Sean Spicer at Tiger Bay Club of Central Florida (Downtown)
- Monday 4/8: Game of Thrones Scotch Whiskey Dinner (Winter Park)
- Monday 4/8: Miss Glamorous 2019 (Ivanhoe Village)
- Tuesday 4/9: Bike Plan Update Public Meeting (Clear Lake)
- Tuesday 4/9: Cult Classics – Fight Club (Maitland)
- Wednesday 4/10: Rally Spring 2019 Showcase (Parramore)
- Wednesday 4/10: Solar Bears vs. S. Carolina Stingrays (Parramore) – there’s a discount for Bungalower readers in the event listing
- Thursday 4/11: 2019 Taste of College Park (College Park)
- Thursday 4/11: Winter Park Institute – Dr. M. Sanjayan (Winter Park)
- Thursday 4/11: The Little Merman from the Black Lagoon (Parramore)
- Friday 4/12: Date Night at the Maitland Art Center (Maitland)