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 351 of “Bungalower and The Bus” on Real Radio 104.1, which was recorded at Brother Jimmy’s BBQ at ICON Park, where kids can eat for free.

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  1. The OnePulse Foundation has given up on its long-awaited museum project.
  2. Beloved historic ice cream shop, Goff’s Ice Cream, has new owners that have reopened it under a new name.
  3. A section of Orange Avenue in Ivanhoe Village has finally reopened to traffic, giving hope to a number of embattled local businesses that saw business dip dramatically during the closure.
  4. Corrine Drive has a semi-permanent bike lane as part of an ongoing pilot project by City Hall. Have you ridden on it yet? A more permanent solution will roll out as the corridor receives Complete Street treatment in the coming years.
  5. Park Ave CDs is expanding into the former Junior’s Diner space in Audubon Park.
  6. The editor-in-chief of Orlando Business Journal is heading to Houston.
  7. Jeni’s Ice Cream is hosting a grand opening event this Thursday at their new Winter Park Village location.
  8. Downtown Orlando venues known for nightlife soon to get daytime business.” – Orlando Business Journal
  9. Former NBA star Grant Hill and singer Tamia Hill join Orlando City Soccer, Pride ownership group.” – Orlando Business Journal
  10. Local and state leaders in Orange County call for audit of onePulse Foundation.” – Orlando Sentinel




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