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 Episode 306 of Bungalower and The Bus on Real Radio 104.1, recorded at the newly opened Otto’s High Dive in the Milk District, which was sponsored by the DeWitt Law Firm.


  1. The Cheez-It Bowl is back this week and this year they’re celebrating with a series of exclusive Cheez-It-themed hotel rooms.
  2. Orlando Fringe has just released a schedule for its new downtown home on Church Street, still no peep out of Mad Cow though …
  3. The Hideaway Bar was Dodge Rammed by a drunk driver last week but only a few days later, the bar and its supporters had it back open and serving patrons as if nothing had happened. We love to see it. The rallying, not the drinking and driving.
  4. A coffee cart that popped-up in Lake Eola is being asked to leave by December 28th and the owner isn’t too happy about it.
  5. Lime has just announced a partnership that will make its micromobility services more accessible and affordable to people on food stamps.
  6. City Hall just named its new Public Art Coordinator and it is none other than former director of Avalon Gallery, Pat Greene, a popular face in the local arts scene.
  7. Beloved East End Market stall, Farm and Haus, has opened a fancy new restaurant on Park Avenue in Winter Park that serves breakfast and lunch only.
  8. Rent prices drop in Orlando, high costs still squeezing families.” – Click Orlando
  9. Marta is back! Marta Vieira da Silva returns to Orlando Pride.” – 90.7 WMFE
  10. Ted Maines leaves legacy of creativity, advocacy.” – The 32789





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