Orlando

Meet a Member: Don Price

“Every person dies twice. The first time you die is when you take your last breath,” Don Price said. “The second time is when I read your story. Technically Abraham Lincoln is still alive because we still tell his stories. My goal was to tell people’s stories.“ Don Price, Orlando Has History Each week we […]

/ June 27, 2019


Neighborhood Spotlight on Parramore

Parramore is one of Orlando’s oldest, historically black neighborhoods. It’s got history, good food, community and culture. Parramore is also home to our biggest sporting venues, both Amway Arena and Orlando City Soccer Stadium and will soon house the new Creative Village and the UCF Downtown and Valencia campuses. To say it’s changing rapidly is […]

/ May 7, 2019


Here’s what you wanted to know about Parramore and the Central Florida Regional Housing Trust

📸: pulptown So far this month, we’ve introduced you to Page 15, a non-profit focused on literacy amongst neighborhood children, recommended the cornbread and collards at Nikki’s Place, and shared a 72-year Parramore staple, Palmer Feed where locals can purchase live animals, gardening and other farming necessities. We then asked you what you wanted to […]

/ May 7, 2019


Ever gotten around Orlando without a car? We learned from some folks who do it every day

We spent a few weeks in March diving into all things related to transit in Orlando. And we worked hard to show you how to do it, too.

/ April 4, 2019


This Orlandoan is both a bus driver and bus passenger

Belinda Gwyn is both a Lynx bus driver around Orlando, and a bus passenger who uses the Lynx system to get around town.

/ April 3, 2019


This developer is upping Orlando’s street cred, one street at a time

This Orlando developer is making big changes — againIt's time to grow up 🌇Posted by Pulptown on Thursday, March 28, 2019MEET THIS CHANGEMAKER: Craig Ustler, president of the Ustler Development Group, is best known for transforming Thornton Park into a desirable and walkable neighborhood throughout the 90’s and early 2000’s. He’s been heavily involved in […]

/ April 2, 2019


This Orlandoan gave up her car and has been walking a new path ever since

LeeAnn Huntoon is a digital marketing director who lives in downtown Orlando, doesn’t own a car, and, for the past few years, almost exclusively walks to work and to run errands.

/ March 20, 2019


Providing hope and school supplies for future generations in Central Florida

A look at some for the volunteers and backpacks organized for the 2018 Back 2 School Bash. 📸: HopeNow International In a few months when summer winds down, you’ll find a mountain of school backpacks and hair. For the past 13 years, Karla Radka, and her husband Michael Radka, have been leading hundreds of volunteers […]

/ March 19, 2019


This Orlando cyclist switched his commute from four wheels to two and hasn’t looked back

Beau Weaver said that he prefers two wheels to four and has even been able to convert a few people to cycling over driving around Orlando. We talked with him about what prompted his change.

/ March 12, 2019


Want to go car-less in Orlando? Here’s what we learned when we gave it a try

What would it take for more of us to get around Orlando without our four-wheeled favorite mode of transportation? That’s the question we’ll be digging into with you this month.

/ March 8, 2019