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 327 of “Bungalower and The Bus” on Real Radio 104.1, which was recorded at Wally’s Mills Avenue Liquors (Facebook) to check out their new Breakfast Club service which is a new happy hour from 7 a.m.-noon Monday to Friday and features half-off select liquors.

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  1. City Hall just approved a request from a downtown Catholic school to close a sidewalk to the public from midnight to 8 p.m. each day in an effort to protect their students from the unwashed masses. 
  2. The Plaza Live will close briefly this summer to undergo some extensive renovations.
  3. The long-vacant Harmon Photo building in Ivanhoe Village has a new tenant that’s already hard at work transforming the old storefront into a fancy new salon. 
  4. Orlando Museum of Art’s 2023 Florida Prize exhibition will open on Friday, June 2 featuring works by some of the best artists in the state. 
  5. French-Vietnamese pop-up restaurant, Camille, has announced its official opening will take place on June 13. 
  6. The Cock Block took another hit with the recent closure of Chick ‘n Cone in Winter Park
  7. The City District Main Street is launching its own Traffic Box Art Program and they’re looking for some proposals. 
  8. Maxine’s on Shine, City of Orlando sued; plaintiffs allege noise complaints, nepotism.” – Click Orlando
  9. Disney scraps plans for new Florida campus, mass employee relocation amid DeSantis feud.” – CNBC
  10. After nearly 50 years serving Orlando, Le Coq au Vin closes its doors.” – Orlando Sentinel





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