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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 to College […]

/ September 9, 2019


Spotlight on Mills 50: Dumpster Art

(📸: @kaylaobrien_media for Pulptown) When we first started talking about our neighborhood spotlight on Mills 50 and all 55 things we wish we had time to cover this go-round, there were four key traits that we wanted to be sure we highlighted. One was its food scene (hello, Pig Floyd’s), another was its history of […]

/ August 4, 2019


Spotlight on Mills 50: What to eat in Little Vietnam

(📸: @akatiej for Pulptown) Each month, we shine a spotlight on a different neighborhood in and around the Greater Orlando area. Today, we’re wrapping up our spotlight on Mills 50 by answering a question you wanted to know about Mills 50. Reader Ashley Z. asked us, “What are the secret things to order at the Asian restaurants in […]

/ August 4, 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


Where to find the best Southern food in Parramore

Where you can dine like Elvis in ParramoreCome for the southern food, stay for Chef Nick 👨🏾‍🍳Posted by Pulptown on Wednesday, April 24, 2019While Chef Nick Aiken has cooked for legends like Elvis Presley, Muhammad Ali and Coretta Scott King throughout his culinary career, he says he’s most proud to be the head chef and owner […]

/ April 29, 2019


Where to Volunteer in Orlando

📸: Giphy In honor of National Volunteer Month (April) and National Volunteer Week (April 7 – 13), here are a few ways you can give back around Orlando this spring and summer, starting next weekend. Next weekend Meet at Orlando City Hall to celebrate Earth Day with a work day cleaning the city. (Downtown) Join […]

/ April 11, 2019


Toolbox4Life is teaching the tools for life using actual tools

MEET THIS CHANGEMAKER: John Hursh is the co-founder of Toolbox4Life, an eight-week program that teaches adults the skills they need to work in a commercial kitchen or construction site. The project grew out of a nonprofit called 306 Foundation that Hursh and his wife, Jane, started in 2012 to connect communities through partnerships and networking. […]

/ April 1, 2019


Neighborhood spotlight on Sanford

In its early days, Sanford was known as the “historic waterfront gateway city”. To locals, it’s lovingly dubbed Bokey, a name with unclear origins that to some means low-key, to others is in reference to “Boat Key” and still to others, referenced the old community of Goldsboro. One thing’s for certain: Sanford has a lot […]

/ March 28, 2019


What’s the history behind Sanford’s Venue 1902? We’ve got your answer

A reader asked us about Venue 1902 in Sanford so we took a look at the event space’s history.

/ March 28, 2019


Sanford dessert spot makes wonder out of marshmallows

THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Sanford THE PLACE: Wondermade is a sweet Sanford dessert spot specializing in artisanal marshmallows, eccentrically flavored ice creams and scrumptious s’mores. Nathan and Jenn Clark are co-owners and run the business together while raising their six kids. They say they’ve made millions of marshmallows since starting production in 2012 and ship throughout the […]

/ March 28, 2019