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.
Our latest episode of “Bungalower and The Bus” on Real Radio 104.1 has been podcasted and is available HERE, and was recorded at The Porch in Winter Park.
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TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- The City of Orlando just released its vision plan for the Curry Ford corridor. We’ve got all the renderings too.
- The new Black Bean Deli is open in Winter Park.
- The folks over at onePULSE Foundation just released their 2018 financials.
- The owner of Wall St. Plaza just sold his Yard Bar property.
- You can check out concert and zoo tickets from the library with your card now with their new Local Wanderer program.
- NASA is giving away a space rocket if you can afford the moving fee.
- The City of Orlando is using robots in the sewers to look for problem areas.
- Blue Bird Bake Shop is in soft-opening and giving our free cupcakes.
- The downtown Hubbly Bubbly location is closed.
- “Pulse critics grow louder: Tear down club and stop museum plans.” – Orlando Sentinel
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “A Greek restaurant has opened downtown.” – Bungalower
- “Blackbird Vintage Music moving to Virginia Drive.” – Bungalower
- “Winter Park is getting a Main Street program.” – Bungalower
- “Governor Ron Desantis talks plastic straw bans, preparing for a recession at Florida League of Cities.” – 90.7 WMFE
- “TSA responds to toxic workplace allegations.” – 90.7 WMFE
- “Is a recession coming? Here’s what that means for housing.” – Curbed
- “When Disney imagineered a $2.5 billion town.” – Curbed
- “Downtown getting second axe-throwing venue.” – The Daily City
- “Florida among top 10 markets for medical marijuana industry.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “EA lease allows it to leave Maitland in 2021. Could it move to downtown Orlando?” – Orlando Venture Sourcing
- “Lockheed Martin lands $99 million deal for Orlando-based missile program.” – Orlando Venture Sourcing
- “For the love of God, will someone please name this Orange County Sheriff’s horse?” – Orlando Weekly
- “Orlando’s anti-terrorism funding doubles this year to $3.25 million.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Orlando’s Electric Daisy Carnival just announced full lineup of more than 100 artists.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Orlando Police search for people involved in skateboard attack.” – Spectrum News 13
- [PAYWALL] “Fashion Square redevelopment concept includes about 1,000 apartments.” – GrowthSpotter
- [PAYWALL] “Orlando looking for experienced developer to build out last piece of old Navy base.” -GrowthSpotter
- “3/2 College Park home wants you to chill on its terracotta floors.”
- “Classic Orlando Country Club home asking $589,000.”
- “3/3 home outside Lancaster Park asking $284,999.”
- “August event roundup for the Orange County Library.”
- “Bungalower’s blind wine tasting was a rousing success.”
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 8/19: Florida Oyster Revival (Baldwin Park)
- Tuesday 8/20: Pulptown Monthly Meet-up (Winter Park)
- Wednesday 8/21: Best of Orlando Party (Downtown)
- Thursday 8/22: CFCArts presents Into the Woods (Out of Bounds)
- Thursday 8/22: Local Love Night – Greyhounds in Motion (South Eola)
- Thursday 8/22: State of Orange County Real Estate (Out of Bounds)
- Friday 8/23: Credo Conduit BBQ Pop-up (North Quarter)