**THE CURFEW HAS BEEN LIFTED. MAYOR DEMINGS HAS LIFTED THE CURFEW EFFECTIVE 5 A.M. MONDAY, MAY 11**
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 it features interviews with Jon and Brendan’s mommies. Because, Mother’s Day.
Did you purchase one of our DIY Korean Rice Wine kits from Orlando Meats? It’s likely time to harvest it so be sure to watch our tutorial video HERE on how to do just that.
TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- Orlando City Hall announced a series of actions to help small businesses during Phase 1 of the State’s reopening order.
- Orange County Mayor Demings says no to sidewalk dining in areas of unincorporated county.
- Lime is relaunching its scooter fleet in Orlando and has a program to offer free rides for healthcare workers and first responders.
- The parent company of Sweet Tomatoes is filing for bankruptcy.
- An “anger management Rage Room” just opened in East Orlando and you can now pay to break things with friends and not have to clean up after yourselves.
- The City of Winter Park is offering free Wi-Fi service in and around its downtown.
- Downtown Credo is closing its original College Park storefront.
- Advent Health is phasing out its COVID-19 testing centers over the next two weeks.
- “What a socially distanced Disney World will look like when it reopens.” – New York Post
- “Florida announces 615 new coronavirus cases.” – Click Orlando
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “Cholo Dogs moving into Market on Magnolia.” – Bungalower
- “Fringe Festival goes digital for 2020.” – Bungalower
- “Great Reads: Orange County Public Library’s May book selections.” – Bungalower
- “Impress Ink raises over $30,000 with t-shirt sales.” – Bungalower
- “Cannabis shows promise blocking coronavirus infection.” – Calgary Herald
- “Police are using drones for coronavirus management.” – Governing
- “How do we rethink public space after the pandemic? Start with rolls of tape.” – New York Magazine
- “Orange County Corrections Department: Keeping the Faith during COVID-19 challenges.” – Orange County Government
- “A Fishtown grocer photographed hundreds of items to help customers during the coronavirus pandemic.” – The Philadelphia Inquirer
- “The case for making golf courses public parks during coronavirus.” – Quartz
- “Emptier jails could stay that way.” – Reasons To Be Cheerful
- “City of Tampa to shut down select streets to cars to help small businesses.” – ThatsSoTampa.com
- [PAYWALL] “DFA buys T.G. Lee Diary warehouses in Orlando’s Milk District for $5.8M.” – GrowthSpotter
- “3/2 Home in Downtown Orlando asking $345,000.”
- “3/2 Beeman Park cottage asking $469,900.”
- “Beautiful home by Lake Killarney asking $969,900.”