Arts & Culture

“Never attempt a left turn at Mills northbound” and more unspoken rules of Orlando

(📸: @haleydrewthis/Pulptown Every city has its own “unspoken rules” — not like enforceable laws, but a completely separate list of rules that all locals should know about. We asked our Facebook friends what Orlando’s unspoken rules were and they made us laugh, cry, and cringe, so we figured it was about time to write ’em down. Like this one […]

/ February 10, 2020


Celebrate Black History Month in Orlando

Celebrate Black History Month with a stop at Wall Crawl for a quick pic in front of their newest wall, then head over to the Wells’Built Museum to learn about Orlando’s black history. | Executive Director of @wellsbuilt Elizabeth Thompson in front of our new #blackhistorymonth wall, which features portraits of leaders with direct ties […]

/ February 6, 2020


Where to shop in Ivanhoe

Team Pulptown shopping at Yay! Tiny Shop. (📸: @kaylaobrienmedia/Pulptown) Ivanhoe Village is a local’s favorite for antiquing, shopping, and exploring. It’s filled with art galleries, mom-and-pop restaurants, and local retail shops. It’s bikable, walkable (for the most part) and the “main drag” is anchored by Lake Ivanhoe and Gaston Edwards Park. The tagline is: “Explore […]

/ December 19, 2019


7 Ways to Support Good Causes in Orlando Right Now

(📸: @giphy) It’s the start of the giving season (which in our opinions should run year-round) and our readers often ask us where they should volunteer or contribute to a good cause. Like Josh Calcinis for example, he’s the reader who actually inspired this post.  So we rounded up a few local charities and nonprofits […]

/ November 18, 2019


The City Curious: What are your questions about College Park?

(📸: akatiej/Pulptown) In our latest neighborhood spotlight, we’re exploring College Park. College Park got its name from the many streets that were named for … you guessed it, colleges. It’s pretty popular among seniors and young professionals — a decade ago, the joke was that once you aged out of downtown, you moved there. The […]

/ September 9, 2019


Page 15 gives young Parramore writers a stage

THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Parramore THE PLACE: Page 15 is a non-profit for young aspiring writers in Parramore of all skill and age levels. They meet after school to express their creativity through storytelling, poetry, journalism, and creative writing. In the Downtown Recreation Center on Parramore Avenue, the group presents its work on a small stage and […]

/ April 15, 2019


This treasured memory wall is Sanford’s time capsule

THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Sanford THE PLACE: Back in 2007, a folk artist named Mr. Imagination cemented mementos from Sanford residents into the wall of the Jeanine Taylor Folk Art Gallery on 1st Street. Hundreds of items were plastered onto the wall during the three-week creation process. It’s since become an open air time capsule and one […]

/ March 15, 2019