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Published on November 27, 2019
Top Orlando news: City to extend ride-sharing hub program; climate protest set at City Hall; morePhoto: Russ Sanderlin/Flickr

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Orlando.

Orlando hip-hop mainstay DiVinci produces comeback track for Lauryn Hill

This month, Lauryn Hill released her first new music in several years, the single "Guarding the Gates." Credits on the track show a local connection.

Read the full story on Orlando Weekly.

Ramen spot OG Sapporo closing in December

Owners of the unpretentious ramen joint are retiring and will close shop on Dec. 28.

Read the full story on Orlando Weekly.

Fridays for Future climate protest planned for Dec. 6 at City Hall

Regional climate activists are returning to Orlando City Hall to hold a protest.

Read the full story on Orlando Weekly.

AAHZ holds Thanksgiving Eve blowout

AAHZ throws their annual Thanksgiving Eve blowout, reuniting the musical extended clan that formed the backbone of the influential “Florida Breaks” scene of the 1990s. 

Read the full story on Orlando Weekly.

Orlando plans to extend trial period for ride-sharing hubs

Orlando says the ride-hailing hub pilot has helped with last-call lag and with opening road closures sooner. The city will extend the program for another six months.

Read the full story on Orlando Weekly.


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