SPONSORED by Orlando Museum of Art: 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 was recorded at The Wine Barn in Winter Park and sponsored by our new friends at Janney Roofing, Orange County Library System, and WUCF’s Fun Run and is available HERE in podcast form.
TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- Regal Cinemas is shutting down theaters until further notice.
- Wally’s Mills Avenue Liquors is getting big renovations and has new operating partners that are bringing back 7 a.m. service and the jukebox.
- Two local super star chefs are taking up a pop-up residency at a College Park food hub before opening a new restaurant in Winter Park.
- Last Week Tonight host John Oliver is touring his collectin of rat erotica art around the country and wants to pay five local museums to host them.
- DOMU is launching a deliver-only chicken wing ghost kitchen.
- Lime is giving free scooter rides on Election Day.
- Bites and Bubbles wants to sell their building and move out of Mills 50.
- “Season ticket holders find hurdles when asking for Orlando City refunds.” – WFTV 9
- “Street Food: Cities turn parking spaces into dining spots and no one seems to mind.” – NPR
- “Former longtime Orlando commissioner Daisy Lynum dies.” – Click Orlando
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “City of Orlando and OUC launch incentive program for electric vehicles.” – Bungalower
- “Cool Job Alert: Equity Official at City of Orlando.” – Bungalower
- “Orlando Meats is moving to Winter Park.” – Bungalower
- “Caribe Royale Orlando donates furniture to Orlando charity.” – Click Orlando
- “Orlando police bring back neighborhood patrol units.” – Click Orlando
- “Teen arrested on attempted murder charge in Mall at Millenia shooting.” – Click Orlando
- “Vice President Mike Pence holds back-to-back campaign rallies in Central Florida.” – Click Orlando
- “Lively interventions by 100 architects transform urban spaces into vibrant playgrounds.” – Colossal
- “Orlando among worst in U.S. for unemployment during pandemic.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Orlando sushi fans, here’s a sneak peek of the expanded Kabooki Sushi on Colonial Drive.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Orlando Assistance Program could mean up to $30,000 for downtown retailers.” – Spectrum News 13
- “Parliament House owner responds to upcoming closure rumors.” – Watermark
- “Orlando rapper with known gang affiliation arrested after being targeted in Mall at Millenia shooting, police say.” – WFTV 9
- “Storybook cottage in Lake Eola Heights Historic District asking $569,900.”
- “2/2 Pool home with bomb shelter asking $475,000.”
- “4/2 Pool home in Audubon Park asking $395,000.”
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 10/12: Dungeons and Dragons at the Library (ONLINE)
- Monday 10/12: The In-Between Series presents Jream (Downtown)
- Wednesday 10/14: Female Sculptors of NYC’s Public Art (ONLINE)
- Wednesday 10/14: Orlando City SC vs. New York City FC (Parramore)
- Thursday 10/15: 11th Annual Dia De Los Muertos and Monster Event (Downtown)
- Thursday 10/15: Celebrating Black Culture – Evolution of Music (Downtown)
- Thursday 10/15: Landfills, Technology, and the Future (ONLINE)
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