The City of Orlando is entering an agreement with the Orlando Science Center to launch an exhibit about sustainable living, that will be featured in a tiny home. The Tiny Green Home exhibit...
Award-winning journalist Amy Sweezey retired after 20 years as a meteorologist earlier in the year, has just been named as Special Projects Producer with Growing Bolder Media. Sweezey was most-recently known for her...
The City of Orlando's Stormwater Division has issued a Lake Alert for Lake Estelle and Lake Rowena, located on the southern edge of Winter Park, due to a concern of possible elevated E. coli counts due to...
This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed. Our latest episode of “Bungalower and...
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer has been feeling some heat this week after his comments regarding possible timelines for bars reopening in the City of Orlando. We inquired directly to Mayor Dyer’s team to set the record straight....
Universal Orlando has launched a new deal for Florida residents to help entice them to the parks during the pandemic. Universal is now offering a deal where Florida residents can get admission to...
A vacant 1.3-acre property at 1006 W. Colonial Drive in Parramore, could soon house a six-story mixed-use development with a hotel if approved by the City of Orlando. The property was originally approved...
The City of Orlando is struggling to identify its next steps to help downtown businesses eke out a living during the pandemic while still being stymied by the restrictions of State government. City...
The Art and History Museums - Maitland (Facebook | Website) has announced the appointment of two new co-Executive Directors. “Members of the Executive Committee conducted an extensive search for an Executive Director and...
SPONSORED by the Orange County Library System: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed.
The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those of the hosts alone and do not reflect the official policy or position of Bungalower Media, our readers, or our advertisers. For our 182nd...
The National Independent Venue Association (Website), backed by Senator Amy Klobuchar, a Minnesotan Democrat, and Senator John Cornyn, a Republican from Texas, have introduced a bipartisan bill that would provide $10 billion in funding over six months...
You may recall that we told you HERE in January about a special initiative that the City of Winter Park had labeled the "Orange Avenue Overlay District." The plan aimed to establish building...
In the wake of Universal Studios' announcement that it would be canceling this fall's Halloween Horror Nights, comes the welcome news that Orlando will be getting a drive-thru Halloween event that's all about physical distancing.
Dandelion Community Cafe (Facebook | Website) has launched a new initiative that asks people to send messages to their government leaders on custom-made postcards. “With COVID-19 all around us, I felt a lot of...
PROMO: Art and History Museums - Maitland (Facebook | Website) will host a three-day online auction at the end of August, featuring works by roughly 20 participating artists, teachers, and Artists-in-Residence. Over the next...
Come Out With Pride (Website), the organizer of the annual Pride celebration at Lake Eola Park and the annual Pride parade, has announced a few changes for its upcoming 2020 events. Come Out...
Universal Studios has announced that it has canceled its 2020 Halloween Horror Nights celebrations, originally scheduled for September 1-November 1. https://www.facebook.com/halloweenhorrornightsorlando/photos/pb.126469058232.-2207520000../10157624077208233/?type=3&theater Universal Studios has stated that the resort will...
The Florida Brewers Guild (Website) has released a letter to Governor Ron DeSantis and the Department of Business and Professional Regulation asking for a plan to allow craft breweries to reopen their facilities.
This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed. Our latest episode of “Bungalower and...
The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those of the hosts alone and do not reflect the official policy or position of Bungalower Media, our readers, or our advertisers. For our 181st...
The City of Orlando is seeking an artist or artist team to create a new three-dimensional piece of art to be installed along the I-4 corridor. Te proposed artwork will be placed near...
We told you HERE and HERE about Church Street Main Street wanting to expand its borders into the Parramore neighborhood but apparently we grossly undersold it, as the borders have been pushed much further than we expected.
A group of Orlando's Main Street districts have banded together to launch a new collaborative website that they hope will help market their respective downtown neighborhoods to out-of-town visitors and staycationers from the region.
We told you HERE that Rollins College pulled its funding for The Winter Park Institute (Website) back in May, but the organization has found a new home with local publisher Winter Park Magazine (Website). The...