Tag Archive: Downtown

16
Feb

Ep 49 – Nick Smith, Downtown Food and Wine Fest Marketing Director

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The Orlando Downtown Food and Wine Fest, now in it’s 7th year, is coming to Lake Eola on Saturday and Sunday February 21st and 22nd, 2015. Tapas-style plates from Orlando’s top restaurants, live musical entertainment and barrels of wine come together for this weekend-long celebration of Orlando’s Culinary Scene. We spent some time with Nick Smith, Integrated Marketing Director for CBS Radio, (the organizer of the event) to learn more about the event. Nick shares with us:

10
Jul

Ep 38 – ReThink Homelessness with Joshua Johnson

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Episode 38 Show Notes

Today’s show takes a more serious tone as we talk about homelessness in Central Florida. Our guest, Joshua Johnson, is the Lead Advocate for ReThink Homelessness, an initiative to raise awareness of homelessness in Orlando – part of the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness. Joshua’s work can be found online under the #ReThinkHomelessness hashtag and offers a moving insight into the homeless community we all walk by downtown… but often ignore. Joshua talks to us about:

14
May

Ep 36 – Matt Broffman, Editor & Founder of Bungalower.com

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Episode 36 Show Notes

Matt Broffman is the founder of Bungalower.com a hyperlocal news site that focuses on Downtown Orlando’s Bungalow neighborhoods. But don’t mistake this online site for yet another Orlando blog. Matt has a vision to develop the next generation of newspaper and Bungalower is his attempt to find a scalable, financially sustainable model for local news. Matt talks to us about this bold step into the future of publishing and also talks to us about: