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TOP TEN THINGS TO KNOW THIS WEEK

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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 don’t forget that you can pick up a new issue of our monthly mini-magazine (or “zine”) at a few select spots in town, including in every mail order from Park Ave CDs in Audubon Park.

CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS:

  • Florida’s coronavirus death toll hit 1,055 on Sunday.
  • Florida currently had 30,839 confirmed cases of the virus, as of Saturday.
  • There are 1,304 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Orange County.

THEY’RE ALSO SELLING KITS FOR AWESOME COCKTAILS LIKE THE “PISTACHIO OLD FASHIONED.” GET IT, GET IT, GURL.

TOP TEN HEADLINES:

  1. So, the Orange Avenue exit on the 408 is closing for the next six months. We tell you this so you’re prepared when you eventually are allowed to leave your house/cave.
  2. PBS wants you to be a part of its “American Portrait” series and all you have to do is record an answer to one of their prompts with your phone. Easy.
  3. You asked so we answered – no, you can’t drink in public parks right now.
    But we won’t narc on you if you do.
  4. The Morse Museum just hired a new Curator of American Painting for their collection and we’re really pumped about it.
  5. The Downtown Development Board just gave $95,000 to the Salvation Army.
  6. Cooking Class: The Orange County Regional History Center taught our editor how to cook sour orange pie with a vintage recipe.
  7. My restaurant was my life for 20 years. Does the world need it anymore?” – The New York Times
  8. Florida Sen. Rick Scott says unemployed people make too much money, won’t ‘go back to work’” – Orlando Weekly
  9. Orlando considers business aid for its Main Streets, prompting ‘District Dollars’ and ‘Milk Money’” – Orlando Sentinel
  10. “‘We are over this’: Orlando restaurant announces plans to reopen dining room on May 1st.” – FOX 35

THEY HELP KEEP ORLANDO MOVING!

ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):

INSTAGRAM HIGHLIGHT:

@CINDYROSTENMURRAY IS ONE OF OUR FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPHERS ON THE STREETS – SHE ALWAYS MANAGES TO CAPTURE SOMETHING REALLY SPECIAL IN OUR EVERY DAY ORLANDO LIVES, LIKE THIS [ORGAN], REPRESENTING SOMEONE GIVING UP ON A FAILED ATTEMPT AT A HOBBY AND MOVING ON IN 2020.

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  1. Hate to be “that person”, but that’s an organ on the sidewalk not a piano. Phew, so glad I’m not gonna get pimples now!

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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 don’t forget that you can pick up a new issue of our monthly mini-magazine (or “zine”) at a few select spots in town, including in every mail order from Park Ave CDs in Audubon Park.

CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS:

  • Florida’s coronavirus death toll hit 1,055 on Sunday.
  • Florida currently had 30,839 confirmed cases of the virus, as of Saturday.
  • There are 1,304 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Orange County.

THEY’RE ALSO SELLING KITS FOR AWESOME COCKTAILS LIKE THE “PISTACHIO OLD FASHIONED.” GET IT, GET IT, GURL.

TOP TEN HEADLINES:

  1. So, the Orange Avenue exit on the 408 is closing for the next six months. We tell you this so you’re prepared when you eventually are allowed to leave your house/cave.
  2. PBS wants you to be a part of its “American Portrait” series and all you have to do is record an answer to one of their prompts with your phone. Easy.
  3. You asked so we answered – no, you can’t drink in public parks right now.
    But we won’t narc on you if you do.
  4. The Morse Museum just hired a new Curator of American Painting for their collection and we’re really pumped about it.
  5. The Downtown Development Board just gave $95,000 to the Salvation Army.
  6. Cooking Class: The Orange County Regional History Center taught our editor how to cook sour orange pie with a vintage recipe.
  7. My restaurant was my life for 20 years. Does the world need it anymore?” – The New York Times
  8. Florida Sen. Rick Scott says unemployed people make too much money, won’t ‘go back to work’” – Orlando Weekly
  9. Orlando considers business aid for its Main Streets, prompting ‘District Dollars’ and ‘Milk Money’” – Orlando Sentinel
  10. “‘We are over this’: Orlando restaurant announces plans to reopen dining room on May 1st.” – FOX 35

THEY HELP KEEP ORLANDO MOVING!

ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):

INSTAGRAM HIGHLIGHT:

@CINDYROSTENMURRAY IS ONE OF OUR FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPHERS ON THE STREETS – SHE ALWAYS MANAGES TO CAPTURE SOMETHING REALLY SPECIAL IN OUR EVERY DAY ORLANDO LIVES, LIKE THIS [ORGAN], REPRESENTING SOMEONE GIVING UP ON A FAILED ATTEMPT AT A HOBBY AND MOVING ON IN 2020.