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 314 of Bungalower and The Bus on Real Radio 104.1, which was recorded at Nourish Coffee Bar and Kitchen (Facebook Website) at the Center for Health and Wellbeing (Facebook | Website) in Winter Park.


  1. XFL just announced the release of a new docu-series to coincide with the launch of the new league this month. It’ll air on ESPN in nine parts. The local XFL team, the Orlando Guardians, just teamed up with Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co. on a new official beer too.
  2. Surf brand, Duvin, has partnered with Orlando Magic on a hot new fashion collab.
  3. The second annual ShamRock the Block Street Party is coming back to Thornton Park on March 17 and Bungalower Buddy keyholders can unlock a discount with their keychains.
  4. The Orlando Economic Partnership is bringing back its Tech Support Grants. Hopeful tech organizations can apply to receive funding to host tech-focused events in the City Beautiful.
  5. Smoke and Donuts is now open in the Milk District, serving tasty barbecue and donuts.
  6. Local superstar Tymisha Harris is bringing back her hit musical, Josephine,” to Orlando. You can catch it March 9-19 at The Renaissance Theatre in Ivanhoe Village.
  7. The Orlando Pottery Festival is hosting a spring event on April 29.
  8. New Florida bill would outlaw rent and price controls.” – Newsbreak
  9. Former President Jimmy Carter enters home hospice care.” – Orlando Sentinel
  10. Orlando home sales fall to lowest point since 2009, report says.” – Orlando Sentinel






This week’s episode of “Bungalower and The Bus” on @realradio1041 was recorded at Nourish Coffee Bar and Kitchen in the @centerforhealthwellbeing in WinterPark! They specialize in healthy and sustainable eats and they serve breakfast to go. Go check them out!

♬ HOT – Ktlyn

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