SPONSORED by AdventHealth: 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 Shaker’s American Cafe and sponsored by our friends at Janney Roofing, Orange County Library System, and the Council 101’s Festival of Trees and is available HERE in podcast form.
TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- Permits have been filed to demolish the Parliament House buildings.
- The new libarary/event center in Winter Park just topped out.
- Kabooki Sushi has reopened and it’s twice as big and twice as pretty as it was before.
- Local artist Andrew Spear painted an RBG tribute mural in Thornton Park.
- There’s a cute new shop/event space open on the edge of Mills 50 and Ivanhoe Village called The House on Lang.
- Get to know Phil Hissom, the founder of local organization, Polis, in the latest “11 Questions” interview by local photographer Brian Carlson.
- Take a video tour of Polasek Museum’s latest exhibition.
- “Downtown Orlando Halloween open alcohol ‘experiment’ perhaps ‘didn’t work out so well,’ according to city leaders.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Florida among the most-hated states in America.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Eta expected to regain hurricane strength before reaching Florida.” – FOX 35
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “What Is The End Of An Era? ‘Jeopardy!’ Host Alex Trebek dies at 80.” – 90.7 WMFE
- “Adjective Market opens store on Park Avenue.” – Bungalower
- “Orlando Farmer’s Market returns this Sunday.” – Bungalower
- “Former President Obama will host Orlando event for Joe Biden this week.” – Click Orlando
- “Cities gird for Election Day unrest.” – CityLab
- “What even are those outdoor dining bubbles?” – CURBED
- “America’s protest crackdown: five months after George Floyd, hundreds face trials and prison.” – The Guardian
- “The great rebalancing: Working from home fuels rise of the ‘secondary city’” – The Guardian
- “A century after massacre, descendants make a point of voting.” – National Geographic
- “White Castle to break ground on massive Orlando outpost this month.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Bravely wallpapered historic home asking $700,000.”
- “Five-bedroom historic College Park home asking $799,000.”
- “Quaint 3/2 SODO home asking $284,900.”
- “4/4 Colonialtown North home asking $709,999.”
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 11/9: 436 Pedestrian-Bike Bridge Virtual Meeting (ONLINE)
- Tuesday 11/10: Taffy’s Bungalower Bingo (Downtown)
- Wednesday 11/11: Are We There Yet? Interstates and Airports (ONLINE)
- Thursday 11/12: Festival of Trees 2020 (Ivanhoe Village)
- Thursday 11/12: IOA Corporate 5K (ONLINE)
- Thursday 11/12: Placemaking in a Time of Crisis (ONLINE)
- Thursday 11/12: Popcorn Flicks – 1940 Pinocchio (Winter Park)
- Friday 11/13: Maitland Rotary Art Festival (Out of Bounds)
- Friday 11/13: Local Butcher and Market Holiday Sip and Stroll (Winter Park)
VIDEO OF THE WEEK:
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