Food And Drinks

New concerts in Orlando + mosquito health advice + vaccines


Good Morning. I hope everyone had a great weekend. My name is Carlos Hernandez and I’m back to keep you updated on the latest happening in the Orlando area.


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Find out more in this issue new concerts are coming to Orlando, Demonstrations in downtown Orlando for Palestine, a Health advice for mosquitoes, COVID-19 vaccines for children, and more.


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Today’s weather: High of 91 and low of 67 with sunny skies.

Here are the top 5 stories about Orlando:

1. Hundreds marched in downtown Orlando in front of Orlando City Hall on the Saturday after armistice between Israel and Hamas. This was the second week of March in support of a “free Palestine”. Members of local Colombian community and Black lives count showed solidarity with the Orlando movement. (Orlando Sentinel)

2. A new Orlando Concert series called Plug will launch in June with local pop musicians and Latin American music stars from Puerto Rico who worked with Luis Fonsi and Beyoncé. The event begins Downtown Orlando on June 3rd. (Orlando Weekly)

3. Orange County Schools offer COVID-19 vaccines for younger students with events scheduled throughout the summer as the district plans Check the mask rules next month. (Click on Orlando)

4. A farm in Parramore supplies Hhealthy food at affordable costs for residents. People can get 10 pound sacks of produce at an affordable price, and the farm can spend up to 500 pounds a month. (Spectrum News 13)

5. The Orange County Department of Health has a Health advice for mosquito-borne diseases. Chickens in Orange County have tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis, which increases the risk of infection in humans. (WMFE)

Today in Orlando:

  • Stand-up comedy courses at the The Orlando Comedy Club & Improv (6 p.m.)
  • Monday Falcon Club Meet-Up (6:30 p.m.)
  • CFC Arts Big Band the gifts A tribute to jazz at the Front yard festival (8 p.m.)
  • Gator week at the Wild Florida Airboats. Enjoy a week of Gator-themed activities and demonstrations (all week)

Orlando Patch Notebook:

  • If you are looking for dine with animalsKathleen Christiansen of the Orlando Sentinel has a list of options below Amusement parks in the area.
  • Orlando City SC beat Toronto on Saturday at Exploria Stadium and remain undefeated.
  • The I-ride trolley will be operational again from May 27th after being temporarily suspended due to the pandemic.
  • Orlando Fringe Festival runs until May 31st.

That’s all for today. I’ll be back in Orlando tomorrow with the latest event. My inbox is open for tips on how to send or want to contact me: [email protected]

-Carlos Hernandez

About Me: I have lived in Florida since 1999 and have covered the Orlando area for nearly 10 years, mostly focusing on food on my blog at

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