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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 Bao’s Castle in the SoDo District with the folks from Orlando Brewing, to hear all about the upcoming SoDo After Dark event on April 24th. Click HERE to listen or catch up on one of your favorite podcast platforms or just scroll down a bit and listen to it here.
TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- We’re hosting a screening of “Sister Act” on Friday in our pop-up space in Mills 50 and you’re invited! Come on out and make our pop-ups a habit.
- Electric Daisy Carnival just announced its Orlando 2021 dates and people are already buying up the tickets.
- Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream is teaming up with Foxtail Coffee.
- Bites and Bubbles is moving into Mills Park in the former Belicoso Cigar’s space.
- Orange Blossom Brewing just released a special Orlando-themed IPA.
- Cool Job Alert: Pottery Studio Instructor for City of Orlando.
- Brendan ate all the things on the menu at Nikki’s Place with the folks from Hellthy Junk Food. From the snooter to the pooper.
- “National Trans Visibility March will step off in Orlando this year.” – Forbes
- “Offices are reopening but many businesses will remain remote post-pandemic.” – Orlando Weekly
- “GayDayS postpones 2021 events until June 2022 due to pandemic.” – Watermark
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “City of Winter Park hosting annual Spring Cleanup.” – Bungalower
- “Second Harvest opens new production kitchen.” – Bungalower
- “Sonesta International Hotels announce new corporate office in downtown Orlando.” – Bungalower
- “Orlando Magic recognize religious woman for her advocacy for farmworkers.” – Catholic Sun
- “Disney announces dates for Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.” – Orlando Weekly
- “World of Beer offering free burgers for vaccinated people on April 7.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Entertainer Leigh Shannon moving wig shop Ritzy Rags to College Park.” – Watermark
- “Michael Sorkin taught me how to look at New York.” – Curbed
- “The Business of Scenery: Why Americas national parks need new management.” – Harpers
- “American cities should be more colorful.” – Next City
- “California may launch its own version of the Depression-era WPA.” – Next City
- “Open Streets closed: Cars are reclaiming city blocks set aside for recreation.” – Politico
- “The US is real close to screwing up Electric Vehicle Charging forever.” – VICE
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Monday 4/5: Orlando Brewing’s 15-Year Anniversary (SoDo)
- Tuesday 4/6: Weird Homes Tour – Granny’s Empire of Art (ONLINE)
- Wednesday 4/7: Mills 50 Beer “Unmasking” (Mills 50)
- Wednesday 4/7: Orlando Magic vs. Washington Wizards (Parramore)
- Wednesday 4/7: Virtual Artist Talk – Richlin and Weldon Ryan (ONLINE)
- Friday 4/9: Movies on Mills – Sister Act 1 – Powered by FORD (Mills 50)