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.
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TOP TEN HEADLINES:
- Looking for some great family-friendly holiday activities in downtown Orlando? Check out this awesome roundup.
- The Orange County Library System just announced that it will return to in-person programming in 2022.
- The Downtown Arts District just launched a busking program and they’re looking for local performers to sign up.
- Black Rooster Taqueria has opened its second location and its in Curry Ford West.
- Get to know Pulptown editor and founder, Katie Johnston, in the latest “11 Questions.”
- Curry Ford West has brought back its holiday selfie crawl.
- “CDC says Orange’s COVID spread now ‘moderate,’ vaccinated no longer advised to mask indoors.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Universal CEO Tom Williams retiring, vice chair Mark Woodbury to replace him.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Disney pauses COVID-19 vaccine mandate for workers amid statewide crackdown.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Coyotes prey on Orlando neighborhood causing noise complaints, missing pets.” – WESH 2
ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):
- “Nursing assistants at long-term care facilities in Central Florida rally against Senate bill that could replace them with untrained workers.” – 90.7 WMFE
- “Enzian hosting ’12 Days of Christmas’ series.” – Bungalower
- “Popular Parramore barbershop suffers fire over EDC weekend.” – Bungalower
- “Snap! hosting exhibition of photographs coupling animals with the humans that displaced them.” – Bungalower
- “Zillow presses pause on purchasing homes.” – Bungalower
- “Orlando International Airport wheelchair agents set to strike ahead of Thanksgiving.” – Click Orlando
- “Orlando-based company looks to bring ‘micro-restaurants’ to Central Florida.” – Click Orlando
- “Police identify man, 20, who died after jumping in lake near Tinker Field.” – Click Orlando
- “City executives among Orlando’s highest-paid employees.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “Orlando diners fork out more cash as skyrocketing costs force restaurants to raise prices.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “25 things to do with out-of-towners in Orlando (that aren’t theme parks).” – Orlando Weekly
- “Central Florida’s Anna Eskamani wants to use tourist tax dollars to fix Orlando’s lingering problems.” – Orlando Weekly
- “The women behind historic house designs.” – Bloomberg CityLab
- “Immigration as an engine for reviving the middle class in midsized cities.” – Brookings
- “Want to reduce violence? Invest in place.” – Brookings
- “When New York floods, this ‘living street’ stays dry.” – Fast Company
- “What’s the future of outdoor dining?” – The New York Times
- “The anti-displacement repair team of Portland.” – Reasons to be Cheerful
- “Nigeria’s women-only parties offer safe spaces with style.” – Reasons to be Cheerful
- “Should your landlord really hold your security deposit?” – Reasons to be Cheerful
HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:
- Tuesday 11/23: Urban Sketchers Drink and Draw (Ivanhoe Village)
- Wednesday 11/24: Drinksgiving at The 808 (Thornton Park)
- Wednesday 11/24: Thanksgiving Eve Pub Crawl (Milk District)
- Friday 11/26: Backyard Bonfire Bash (Colonialtown)
- Friday 11/26: Black Friday at Ten10 – Records, Gig Posters, and More! (Ivanhoe Village)
- Friday 11/26: Evening Exchange at East End (Audubon Park)
- Friday 11/26: Orlando Critical Mass (Ivanhoe Village)