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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TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- Governor DeSantis may be launching his first phase of reopening the state today but Orlando City Hall will remain closed through the end of the month.
- Tako Cheena opened a pizza restaurant in their original space but it’s online-only. But if you follow our Instagram, we found out a fun hack to get a slice in person.
- Winter Park Biscuit Company is opening in East End Market.
- Taste of Chengdu is opening a new restaurant in Baldwin Park.
- Someone is opening a tiny donut shop in a downtown Orlando parking garage.
- A coffee roasting shop is opening in an Audubon Park gas station.
- “Orlando woman accused of breaking multiple goose eggs at Lake Eola.” – Click Orlando
- “Americans on cusp of meat shortage with food chain breaking down.” Bloomberg
- “Beer at 10 a.m.? ‘Blue laws’ vary throughout Central Florida.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “More than 200,000 Floridians deemed ineligible for unemployment this weekend, many of them jobless due to coronavirus.” – Orlando Sentinel
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “‘Grim Reaper’ visits Florida beaches to protest reopening during pandemic.” – FOX 35
- “Visit your favorite parts of Orlando ‘virtually’ with these Zoom backgrounds.” – FOX 35
- “A man was found camping on Disney World’s abandoned island in Bay Lake.” – The Kingdom Insider
- “Hand sanitizer on restaurant tables, masks at work: A draft roadmap for reopening Orlando.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Orange County Public Schools still cannot reach more than 2,900 students.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Publix makes a billion dollars during the coronavirus outbreak, while employees still lack hazard pay.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Food goes to waste amid coronavirus crisis.” – Politico
- “Coronavirus Florida: TooJay’s, the popular gourmet deli chain, files for bankruptcy.” – TC Palm