This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s downtown “bungalow neighborhoods,” and some bonus headlines you may have missed.

Click HERE to listen to the 291st episode of Bungalower and The Bus on Real Radio 104.1 starring Moe DeWitt of DeWitt Law Firm and Jon Busdeker this week.


  1. Orlando City won the 2022 U.S. Open Cup and we’re all very excited and proud of them.
  2. The Orlando Police Department wants access to your security cams and the Orlando Weekly hates the idea so much they’re cussing about it.
  3. Enzian Theater is hosting its annual 13 Films of Halloween next month and they’ll have a special menu of 13 Drinks of Halloween to help wash them all down.
  4. There’s a Beauty and The Beast-themed pop-up bar coming to the North Quarter and everyone’s going to be vying for a rose.
  5. Red Bull is hosting a massive wakeboard competition on Lake Ivanhoe this Saturday if you like eating barbecue while watching wet people do athletics.
  6. New kid on the theater block, Renaissance Theatre Company, is hosting a revamp of its hit Halloween-themed immersive theater experience Nosferatu. It’s really sexy though, so leave the kiddies at home.
  7. Framework Coffee is taking over Java J’s storefront in Mills 50 and everyone’s pretty pumped about it.
  8. Barnie’s Coffee and Tea is renovating its Winter Park store and it’s going to look super fancy when it’s finished.
  9. Three local artists are hosting an open studio tour on Saturday, October 15 that lets you see where they make all their ceramic magic and gives you access to some of their goodies that nobody has ever seen. Go shop local!
  10. Our September 2022 print issue is now available online. This month’s cover was designed with artificial intelligence. Because we’re fancy like that.






Our friends at the OC Regional History Center invited us to party with them to kick-start their newest exhibition, “Figurehead: Music & Mayhem in Orlando’s Underground” this weekend and we loved it! It’s an amazing time capsule that tells the story of how Orlando-based concert promoter Figurehead helped to invigorate Central Florida’s musical landscape between 1985 and 2001 through inspired innovative graphic design that captured the energy of the era.Go check it out! #ThisIsOrlando #IReadItOnBungalower #OrlandoThings #orlandohistory #local #FL #Orlando

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