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Bungalower’s November print issue is out and online

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The latest issue of our penny-saver, mini-magazine is about to hit the streets but we’ve also got it right here on the interwebs for you if you’re trying to stay home more.

Each and every month we share a print edition of our hyper-local online coverage from the previous month, including our top ten headlines, day trip tips, essays on planning, a short story by local author and playwright Scottie Campbell called “Storied Orlando,” and much more.

This month we owe a big thank you to our sponsors – the Orange County Library System, and the Orange County Regional History Center, the Orlando Museum of Art, and Council 101’s Festival of Trees 2020.

Advertising opportunities are available each month and all inquiries should be directed to [email protected]

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The latest issue of our penny-saver, mini-magazine is about to hit the streets but we’ve also got it right here on the interwebs for you if you’re trying to stay home more.

Each and every month we share a print edition of our hyper-local online coverage from the previous month, including our top ten headlines, day trip tips, essays on planning, a short story by local author and playwright Scottie Campbell called “Storied Orlando,” and much more.

This month we owe a big thank you to our sponsors – the Orange County Library System, and the Orange County Regional History Center, the Orlando Museum of Art, and Council 101’s Festival of Trees 2020.

Advertising opportunities are available each month and all inquiries should be directed to [email protected]