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All the brew enthusiasts and wild outfits we saw at Beer 'Merica 2024

Orlando's biggest and booziest event of the season returned to Ivanhoe Village this weekend, bringing out all of the city's most patriotic…

By Orlando Weekly Staff

All the brew enthusiasts and wild outfits we saw at Beer 'Merica 2024
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This Tesla-powered waterfront mid-century modern gem is Longwood's most expensive home for sale

A mid-century modern gem with a waterfront view has hit the market, making it Longwood's most expensive listing. Located at 208 Green Lake…

By Chloe Greenberg

This Tesla-powered waterfront mid-century modern gem is Longwood's most expensive home for sale
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17 highly anticipated restaurants coming to Orlando this summer

There's no shortage of new culinary endeavors already setting up shop in Orlando, and there's plenty more on the way. Just this…

By Chloe Greenberg, Faiyaz Kara

Great Southern Food Box Hall
Princeton Street and North Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando
The old Great Southern Box Company building on the southeast corner of Princeton Street and North Orange Blossom Trail is being preserved and repurposed into a 22,400-square-foot food hall featuring an elevated plaza with outdoor green space (read: shade). Hospitality HQ, run by award-winning chef Akhtar Nawab, whose restaurant Alta Calidad in Brooklyn earned a Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2018, has been selected to operate the hall with 11 vendors focusing on "immigrant cuisine."
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Photos: UCF students, organizers host 'Day of the Nakba' Palestinian solidarity event

A student-led organization Wednesday held an event in solidarity with Palestine for the 76th anniversary of the Nakba. University of Central Florida…

By Houda Eletr

UCF students, organizers host 'Day of the Nakba' Palestinian solidarity event
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May 15, 2024

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