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. This week’s episode was sponsored by the Deadly Sins Brewing in Winter Park where we tested their new menu.
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TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- A DeLand-based brewery is opening up shop in the former Eo Inn Panera Bread space by Lake Eola.
- A fancy Dollar General concept has signed a lease in the Modera building.
- Orlando City Council approved the purchase of The Plaza Live venue with $10 million of Tourist Tax funds.
- The Mennello Museum of American Art just released the renderings of their upcoming $20 million expansion and they’re really pretty.
- Tin and Taco have opened their third location and it’s in College Park.
- OUC Commissioners approved a plan to add more solar power to the grid.
- There’s a French restaurant opening in the Modera building that will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
- Papa Llama is opening a brick-and-mortar on Curry Ford.
- “Boston crushes Orlando, 100-75, as four Celtics reach double-figures.” – Celtics Wire
- “Orlando Coffee Shops by Neighborhood.” – Lemonhearted
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “Atlanta pop-up bringing house plants and cacti to Redlight Redlight.” – Bungalower
- “Halloween-themed bar now open in Downtown.” – Bungalower
- “New candle shop opening in Thornton Park.” – Bungalower
- “T.G. Lee finally leans into the Milk District with new mural.” – Bungalower
- “7 Best things to do in Orlando.” – Newsweek
- “‘Unsustainable’: Central Florida Tech Alliance dissolves.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Majestic witnesses to history provide breaths of fresh air.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Orlando’s Come Out With Pride takes downtown in usual color explosion.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Orlando 4 Rivers locations celebrate 10-year anniversary with giant $10 ‘Mega Meat’ sandwiches.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Orlando Sentinel columnist David Whitley makes terrible argument for using white power symbol.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Second Bunny Cafe planned for The Nook with Orlando Rabbit Care & Adoptions.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Lack of state funds hampers affordable housing.” – Spectrum News 13
- “Remodeled Winter Park home asking $410,000.”
- “Mid-century home in Audubon asking $339,900.”
- “Four-bedroom College Park home asking $659,995.”
- “Renovated historic home in Lake Copeland asking $374,000.”
- “Local craftsman creating lasercut glasses in Winter Park.”
- “Eat dinner on the City Hall stoop during Immerse.”
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 10/14: Bungalower Bingo Night at Wally’s (Mills 50)
- Monday 10/14: Hedwig and the Angry Inch Sing-Along (South Eola)
- Monday 10/14: Nightmare on Orange Ave (Downtown)
- Wednesday 10/16: Peek A Boo Burlesque Halloween Show (South Eola)
- Thursday 10/17: Dia de los Muertos Monster Party (Downtown)
- Thursday 10/17: Taste of Thornton Park (Thornton Park)
- Friday 10/18: Disney in Concert Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (Downtown)
- Friday 10/18: Evening Exchange at East End (Audubon Park)
- Friday 10/18: Immerse 2019 (Downtown)
- Friday 10/18: Synapse Orlando (Downtown)
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