SPONSORED by the OCLS Cuisine Corner – Orlando Meats event: 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. Unicorp National Development just made a $23 million deposit on Fashion Square Mall with plans to knock it down and build a mixed-use “lifestyle complex” on the site.
  2. A parody rap video that was filmed on an Orlando rooftop was used to indict 5 Pharmaceutical executives last week in Boston.
  3. A new Mexican concept has moved into the former Thornton Park Graffiti Junktion space.
  4. Juice Bike Share just told us they’re back in action; except they have a whole new name and the bikes are dockless.
  5. Skycraft is looking to sell their current home and move into something bigger up the street in Winter Park.
  6. Super Rico Colombian Bistro will reopen in their newly renovated/expanded space downtown in the next couple weeks.
  7. A new food hall is being pitched for Church Street’s Bumby Arcade.
  8. Florida Senate approves the largest Florida highway expansion in 60 years. Environmentalists say it would be devastating.” – Orlando Weekly
  9. Orlando Executive Airport leaders consider plan to allow commercial flights.” – WFTV 9
  10. Florida-based books by Florida-born women capture the state in all its ugly beauty.” – Orlando Weekly





This is Ginger and she is the latest adoptable puppy to be living in the lobby at @aloftorlandodowntown . They’ve fostered 80 successful puppy adoptions in this great program. We met her this week while recording the latest episode of “Bungalower and The Bus” – UPDATE – Ginger has already found her fur’ever home.

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