This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s downtown “bungalow neighborhoods.” Click HERE to listen to the 299th episode of Bungalower and The Bus on Real Radio 104.1 which was recorded at The Woods in downtown Orlando which is now under new ownership.


  1. Bungalower is teaming up with Ford and Tactical Brewing to host a special block party with MMA fighters wearing full plate armor on November 13. It’s going to be crazy.
  2. Southern Biscuits and Righteous Chicken is joining the Cock Block flock on 17-92 – that fried chicken strip we keep telling you about and designed a sexy tshirt for.
  3. United Arts just launched a new Diversity Training program to help make local arts boards less white and more like the communities they serve.
  4. The City of Winter Park is now accepting applications for its Green School Grant program for schools that serve Winter Park residents.
  5. The Orlando Pottery Festival will return on November 26. It’s the largest ceramic art market in Centra lFlorida and full of unique treasures for holiday gifts or for yourself.
  6. Orlando music venue Uncle Lou’s hit with lawsuit over nuisance noise ordinance complaints.” – Orlando Weekly
  7. Pop singer, Central Florida native Aaron Carter dead at 34.” – Orlando Weekly
  8. Holiday planning? Here are Yelp’s top Orlando places to take your employees.” – Orlando Business Journal
  9. Black Magic Pizza will take over Itsa Chicken space in the Milk District.” – Orlando Sentinel
  10. Two tropical systems expected to develop this week, one possibly affecting Florida.” – Orlando Sentinel






The Lodge and The Woods are open for business after some aesthetic updates from the new owners, including a fancy floor downstairs and a deep clean and a truckload of plants upstairs. Go check them out in the historic Rose Building next time you’re in the area.

♬ original sound – Bungalower

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